That's your period. It can fluctuate depending on hormonal levels.
i guess so since you still have high levels of hormones
No. You will have HCG levels in your system if you are pregnant. If you are very early on, it could show negative, you don't start producing HCG until the baby is implanted.
I am afraid that a fall in HCG levels is not a good sign.
Yes, if it is performed too early the hcg levels may not be detectable.
Yes. They are testing levels of HCG in your blood. It is possible your levels are too low to register. If you are still certain you are pregnant, wait a week and be re-tested.
You don't.A miscarriage is diagnosed when a pregnant woman has bleeding and cramping. Checking the levels of HCG (the pregnancy hormone) and seeing it decline rather than rise is evidence that the bleeding is a miscarriage.But if the woman has bleeding but never has a pregnancy test then ther eis no way to know if it is a miscarriage.
yes you can still be pregnant your hormone levels may not be high enough yet for the test to detect
Sure you can if it is done too early as levels vary between women.
Yes sometimes you do not have high enough HCG levels for the test to show postive.
yes it your hcg levels may not be high enough
This sounds a lot like implantation bleeding. While an EPT has detected hcg levels in your urine, indicating pregnancy, it usually takes between 6-14 days for the embryo to implant in your uterus. For many women, they mistake it for their period/ miscarriage (if you already know you are pregnant). I have had 2 miscarriages and the bleeding was heavy, bright red and accompanied by clots and cramps. I am pregnant again (8 weeks) and this time I had implantation bleeding right around my period time (approx 4 weeks). It was dark and minimal, lasting only about 30 mins. I just had my first fetal ultrasound and I have a healthy baby with a heartbeat! So don't worry too much. The only thing you can do at this point is wait it out, perhaps take another EPT in a few days or get your hcg levels taken by your doctor, and hope for the best.
I'm late on my period and having alot of signs of pregnancy. If I'm pregnant with twins would that cause my hormone levels to be lower and cause a negative test?
Yes, there is a possibility you could still be pregnant. Some pregnancy tests will not read your hCG levels if they are too low. The best way to find out if you are pregnant after receiving a negative test result is to go to your doctor. Have your doctor perform a blood test to give you a definite answer as to if you are pregnant or not.
I am going through a miscarriage right now. I am about 7 weeks pregnant. We did an unltrasound and they said usually the fetus is too small to be seen. My HCG Levels were at 2000 yesterday [which is when I passed the fetus]. Have you started bleeding or spotting? If you do see spotting I recommend go to a doctor right away. If you are getting period-like cramps go see a doctor. If you are not bleeding or anything try to wait until the fetus is big enough to be detected, which is usually around 9 or 10 weeks I believe. Good luck to you.
If you are not pregnant, then you aren't feeling fetal movement. Even if you are pregnant, you don't feel fetal movement until at least 16 weeks and that is the quickening. If the pregnancy test is negative, go to the doctor and ask for a blood test. The blood test will test your HCG levels. If the levels are over 2, then you are pregnant. If you are late for your period then you may be pregnant. If you aren't late for your period, it is too soon to tell.
Yes! Some woman can have there period there whole pregnancy others have some spotting and some have no bleeding at all I would keep testing and or go to your OBGYN. you may not get a positive test right away because the HCG levels are not strong enough to read wait a couple more days and test again.
It will work but it won't be accurate. This is because your hCG levels (pregnancy hormone levels) aren't high enough yet for a pregnancy test to detect the hCG levels. You need to wait at least 14 days after intercourse to determine if you are pregnant or not.
Yes, having low hcg levels or no hcg levels while pregnant can be hereditary
You could be. Sometimes the HGC levels are not high enough to read as a pregnancy that why you get negative results from a urine test
some people have had low beta hcg levels and not be pregnant i am one of them,.,
If you took one test and it came out positive, but your levels are dropping and a second test came back negative, then I would say no. But if you really want to know I would go to the doctors office and have them do a blood test to see if you are pregnant.
Just to let you know. I am 4 weeks pregnant and my levels are at 24 now.
The reason why your cramps get worse as you get older is most likely due to the shifting of hormone levels in the body. Not all women find that their menstrual cramps worsen with age and some forms of contraception can actually make cramps lessen or disappear.
Note: I took a pregnancy test the day I was supposed to start my period after the bleeding stopped temporarily (day 3 of the bleeding) and it was negative. The bleeding had started 7 days after I had unprotected sex. I always have a very heavy flow, but the bleeding wasn't even nearly enough to fill a tampon every 24 hours. Still concerned after the test, I've been told that the hormone levels can take a while to show up on a hpt...any advice?