Hello, Blood can be difficult to see on a ultrasound. Picture a ultrasound picture, the images are grey and hazy. Also if you are 4 weeks pregnant the pregnancy would not be visible on a ultrasound scan until you were 6 weeks pregnant. The only person who can accurately and thoroughly read a ultrasound is a Radiographer or a Obstetrician Doctor. I would make a appointment with your Doctor, have a pregnancy blood test performed and book a ultrasound scan for 2-3 weeks time. You need a quantitative beta HCG blood test to measure the level of HCG in your blood which will also tell you if your pregnancy is viable. Good luck.
Hi, It is possible to be pregnant and have a negative urine pregnancy test. It is also possible you could be pregnant with a negative blood test providing that the blood test was performed too early. This could also be why the ultrasound showed signs of pregnancy. Also if you miscarried recently without you knowing, it is possible the ultrasound picked up the sac minur the embryo. If a embryo is picked up on the ultrasound then you're pregnant hun.
Blood test and ultrasound at the doctor. Then you can be absolutely sure.
Blood work cannot tell you how far along you are as the levels vary so much from pregnancy to pregnancy, go with the ultrasound.
No; by the time the sac is visible on ultrasound, there would be detectable levels of Hcg in the blood and urine.
Ultrasound, Palpation, blood test, change in physical appearance and lack of a heat cycle.
If you are pregnant and experience vaginal bleeding, you must go to A&E or to your DR immediately. A blood test and ultrasound scan will be performed to see if your still pregnant.
Usually nothing to worry about. Brown blood is old blood. If you are worried though, have an ultrasound.
If you have a test that shows a positive pregnancy result then YES you ARE pregnant. Forget the negatives. A positive is a positive. A ultrasound can not detect a baby till you are 6 plus weeks into your pregnancy. Actually you can see an embryo earlier than 6 weeks. You should go back to the doctor and get another ultrasound. This could be a molar pregnancy. See a doctor, they will be able to give you a blood test and tell for sure.
Yes, at the doctor/midwife you can either have an ultrasound to show whether it's a boy or girl or a blood test at around 20 weeks pregnant or more
yes you can be pregnant and get a negative test result with blood tests it is rare. There are other causes of missed periods see your gynecologist he will probably recommend an ultrasound.
yes, you could still be pregnant. Have the doc do another blood test if the urine tests still show up positive.
It could be a miscarriage, although bleeding shouldn't be of concern if the fetus is properly developing. I suggest you go see your ob-gyn for another ultrasound in order to find out if the bleeding is serious. Ultrasounds don't cause blood or cramps. Take care, T. Hawk
By having a ultrasound scan when you are over 6 weeks into your suspected pregnancy. Or by having a blood test.
The only way to determine if youare pregnant, and how far along you- are is to have a blood test, or to have an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy.
Then you are going to have a miscairrage.
Once you get a positive result on an at home test you're almost definitely pregnant the at home tests tend to give out false negatives so get to your doctor and have them do a blood test and or ultrasound to see what is really going on although it sounds to me as though your pregnant hope everything works out for you Good luck and God Bless!!! The positive one was proibably done with the early morning urine, concentrated with the hormone, then you checked through the day with weaker urine. Just do another test in the early morning and don't waste money on a blood test/ultrasound.
NO an abdominal sonogram/ultrasound will not cause youto urinate blood. If you had that symptom before it was caused by something other than the ultrasound. An ultrasound is a test using high frequency sound waves to take images of your internal organs
I knew I was pregnant within 3 days, because of nauseousness and vomiting. Blood work confirmed pregnancy and the blood work said I was in my second trimester, which was impossible, I had been single for 2 years. At 5 days I had an ultrasound to see why the blood work had such a high count of cells, and it was because there was 2 little tiny dots, the size of a pin head, the ultrasound lady told me there was 2, not the doctor.
You can get a blood test done, which is more accurate than a home urine test. Also, an ultrasound test can be done to actually see the pregnancy.
Yes, just happened to us today. Waiting for second blood test in 2 days and ultrasound to see where baby is.
Around 2 weeks after conception.
Yes. When I was pregnant with my daughter I took 2 urine tests and a blood pregnancy test all through my doctor's office and they were all negative. I was told I had polycystic ovarian syndrome. The only way I found out I was pregnant was via ultrasound.
by bouncing ultrasound off the flow in blood vessels you can tell how the flow is in that region; can determine if significant blockage is present.
You can take a pregnancy test, You just pee on a stick if there is a reason why you would usually have HCG in your blood (when not pregnant), then go to your GP and get an ultrasound sorted out.
doubt it !!! if your doctor did a blood and and ultrasound and everything thing came back normal, then i doubt you are prego. have you changed or on birth control?