Why do I feel olt of movement in my belly and havent had a period for 5 months but my home pregnancy tests are negative?


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2018-02-27 21:16:08
2018-02-27 21:16:08

Go to doctor


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If you have not had a period in 2 months then it is better to go to a doctor and find out whether you are pregnant, they will do an extensive pregnancy test, do not wait too long.

i found out i was pregnant when i was 3 months my pregnancy test came back negative and my hcg level was negative,why is that?

Not for nothing but age and many other can factor this out. What did the doctor say? I have friends that took manypregnancy tests that came negative when positive. But after 3 months the doctor would know you were pregnant if an exam was done. You need an internal exam and take a few home tests yourself. Good luck.

You generally will not feel movement in the womb until about the 5th month of pregnancy. If you have had periods and pregnancy tests which come back negative, I would say the chances of pregnancy are slim.

no..its usually around 6 of 7 months

after having my daugther in may i havent got my period and its been 4 months is that normal i took test and it came out negative?

did you try different pregnancy tests? I would. If they all say negative...go to a doctor.

If you want to avoid pregnancy, you should keep taking the pill.

A urine test can give a negative result and the individual is pregnant. For complete accuracy you will have to take a blood test (pregnancy).

Get a blood test. My mom was 3 months pregnant and home test was negative..Blood test are 100% positive

If you have had your periods and a negative result, it is unlikely that you are pregnant

You would have to be no less than 3 months pregnant to feel any movement. The first movements you will feel will not feel like a baby kicking, it will feel more like flutters. If your pregnancy tests are still negative then you are not pregnant, if you think you are far enough along to feel fetal movement. It could be that you are experiencing a phantom pregnancy because it is not likely that you would have negative pregnancy tests and getting your period.

You.can..... But of is your first pregnancy you may not recognize it as the baby moving....movement is most noticeable after 3 months

The pregnancy hormone which is used in the test reduces in the third trimester as other hormones take over.

I am two months late and i have taken a test sometimes twice a week and they say negative. what is going on?

You shouldn't feel any movement from your baby until you are several months along and quite noticeably pregnant, which eliminates the need for a pregnancy test. If you think that you may have only recently become pregnant, then you are not feeling the movement of the fetus. If you are several months' pregnant, then I urge you to go to the doctor. If your pregnancy has not been confirmed, then you are probably not getting the prenatal care that is essential to your baby's development. Call your doctor or health department, and make an appointment to get checked out. Good luck!

No.You would need to be at least 4 months pregnant to feel any movement from the fetus.

after having a miscarriage 6 months ago my period is 4 days late.took pregnancy test it came back negative am i pregnant

most likely. go get a pregnancy test. unless your period just skipped a couple months...

if you havent missed your period than you are most likely not pregnant, but there are such things as false negatives on pregnancy tests and around 2 months is the time frame for those to be common. The symptoms however, you normally wouldn't be feeling most of those this early in a pregnancy, it could be your diet causing the problems. You should go to a professional for a pregnancy test if you think your pregnant.

a trimester is 3 months of your pregnancy. there are 3 trimesters in a pregnancy. 1-3 months, 4-6 months, and 7-9 months.

With only one month to in the pregnancy you should look for movement of the foal and udder changes in size.


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