One to two weeks.
Yes you can!!!!!!!!
No pregnancy test can detect pregnancy that early. It takesabout 2 weeks for your body to produce the hormone that would test you as positive.
I didn't realize I was pregnant as I had what appeared to be a period and then found out I was pregnant at 6 weeks, the doctor said this can happen pregnant or not!
If you are four weeks pregnant you will have enough hCH to have a positive pregnancy test.
2 weeks after sex it can show result.
I would say you are pregnant again. It is easier ro get pregnant right after a miscarriage. I would go see a doctor to confirm the pregnancy as soon as possible
Even if you didn't know you were pregnant but you were at least two weeks along, your pregnancy test will show up positive. But if you were less than two weeks along it will come out negative even if you do end up pregnant.
There are 40 weeks in pregnancy (that is nine months pregnant). At 33 weeks regnant you would be 7 months and 1 week pregnant.
If you miscarry it takes awhile until the hormones settle so it would show positive for a few weeks after.
Bacterial vaginosis is not a sign of pregnancy. Signs of pregnancy are a missed period and a positive pregnancy test.
I am 9 weeks pregnant and have continued to get my period fairly regularly throughout this pregnancy. So far I have not got a positive test.
Chances of pregnancyIt may depend on the amount of weeks pregnant you were when you miscarried. I miscarried at 14 weeks and 5 weeks later got a positive result on a home pregnancy test, which was actually another pregnancy. I would suggest that unless you lost the baby in the second trimester this positive result is indeed referring to a new pregnancy.
I had an ectopic (tubular) pregnancy, and my home pregnancy test was positive by 5 weeks. I would go to your obgyn and get a blood test. They can check hormone levels to see if you are pregnant, how far along you may be, and if they feel it may be ectopic. Good Luck!
This can be confusing! The first week of pregnancy is actually considered to be the day of your last menstrual period, before you are technically even pregnant! You are actually two weeks pregnant when conception occurs, and generally four weeks pregnant before you can get a positive pregnancy test!
well when you take a pregnancy test and it come out positive you have to at least be 4 weeks pregnant for that test to positive
Generally, most doctors consider the last week of your period to be the first week of your pregnancy. So two weeks into your pregnancy is when you ovulate and conceive. Two week after that (4 weeks) pregnant, is when you can first determine pregnancy. So three weeks late would be about one week after this point, which would be approximately five weeks.
YES YOU CAN!!!!! You can actually get pregnant while you have your period - unlikely, but possible.
You don't need to have symptoms to be pregnant. Some people don't get symptoms for weeks. You're definitely pregnant. i would go to the doctor and get it checked
It depends how long ago you were pregnant. There is debate as to how long it takes for the pregnancy hormones to leave your system after birth. Some say 24 hours, other say 2 weeks, others say 8 weeks. I would say 2 weeks, personally.
most probably yes.
HIV-positive pregnant women usually take ZDV from 14-34 weeks of gestation.