Probably the pregnancy test is wrong. Get to your local clinic and get a pregnancy test, and if it is negative, then find a gynocologist to see what is wrong.
Stress plays a major part in having or not having your period. I had gone 6 months without a period when I was 16 or 17 and had had many pregnancy tests that all came back negative. The day I decided to learn how to snowboard I got my period that night.
There is a possibility that you may have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). This is often misdiagnosed as Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID). Some symptoms include: high levels of male hormones, also called androgensan irregular or no menstrual cyclemay or may not have many small cysts in their ovaries. Cysts are fluid-filled sacs.
I would definitely see your OB/GYN to see if this is the problem. The problem is usually treated with Birth Control that has levels of progesterine that will level out your hormones, thus bringing back your period and, of course, diet and excercise.
See your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
All home pregnancy tests*
pregnancy test could be wrong. try a more accurate one
not really, your either getting your period late, or..... the pregnancy tests are wrong. I would suggest to consult your docter
Most pregnancy tests are 99%
Probably not. Wait for a few more months and then see a doctor if it still hasn't come back
there could be many health related issues with that you should contact your doctor.
Make an appointment to see your OBGYN.
yes if the test was wrong
a negative pregnancy test can be wrong because it could have misditected, a positive pregnany can't be wrong though.
Yes. Home administered pregnancy tests can be administered wrong and lead to a false negative result.
See your doctor. It could be a number of things. You could be pregnant. Some people have to have blood test to confirm pregnancy it will never show up on a urine pregnancy test. See your doctor
First of all, the test may be wrong. Also, is your period even regular. Maybe it is just acting weird.
Pregnancy tests are so accurate now days that after two months if you are pregnant it would show up, but you definitely should go to the doctor because there could be a number of other things going on.
The pregnancy test is valid 10 days after intercourse. Stress could delay your cycle. relax.
I'm 2 weeks late and I have taken 3 pregnancy tests and a blood test all came back negative. I have all the symptoms missed period, sore breats, and morning sickness. Could a blood pregnancy test be wrong? or could I have had a miscarriege?
Go to the doctor
Could be a problem in the urinary or reproductive tract. See your health care provider for an exam.
Sometimes the urine tests don't work - you should get a blood test - they are never wrong - I was 5 months pregnant before I got a positive result from a urine test. Actually as a joke at a baby shower we had the guest of honor take a pregnancy test and it came back negative and she ended up having the baby 3 days later.
There are always pregnancy tests that can show up negative and you can still be pregnant. The best thing to do is check with your doctor and ask for a pregnancy test. Remember though even the doctor's test can even be wrong. There is not one single pregnancy test that is always 100% correct.
There are many reasons why a woman won't have a period. Your weight could be too low, you could be taking medications which will stop your period (like narcotics), you could be in menopause, you could be heavily into sports or exercise. The most important thing for you to do is go to your doctor to discover why you have stopped your period. There are many medical conditions with cessation of menarche as a symptom, and all of them require that you be seen by a medical doctor. If it's been six months since your last period, you are about four months late in seeing a doctor. This is not a symptom you need to ignore.
If you are thinking you are 3 months pregnant and a preg test still shows negative, then this cannot be the case. It is possible a preg tes will not show positive until you are 6 weeks alone (if you have low HCG levels), but not 12 weeks. If you "feel" pregnant, and you are still testing negative, it could be a phantom pregnancy, or there could be something wrong with your periods.
It can be two things. 1) Pregnancy or 2) Hormonal problems. Because your having pregnancy symptoms and negative pregnancy tests, you need to see your doctor for a blood test and a gynocologist incase its hormonal related.
you might tecnology these days you never know if there right or wrong
That means that you need to go to a doctor, because something could be wrong.