Unfortunately this sounds like a misscarriage you should see you`re doctor
yes but this is called still birth.
Go for an ultrasound and talk to your doctor.
You could be. You should go see your doctor and get a blood test to know for sure.
Hard telling really. I took 2 hpts before I started bleeding and they were positive. Then when I was bleeding I took 2 more and they were negative. Haven't gone to the doctor yet. So I'm not real sure if the blood interferes with the results or not. For a sure pregnancy test you should go to your doctor. .
I had a blighted ovum and at the beginning had some signs of pregnancy, but they went away. However, my pregnancy test came back positive in February and I didn't experience anything was wrong with the pregnancy until May, I started bleeding - went to the ER the dr. said it was a blighted ovum and I had to have a D&C.
This is difficult to answer. It depends on whether you performed one or more pregnancy tests. If you only took one test then its very possible this test was faulty but false positives are not as common as false negatives. If the bleeding arrived when your period was due and was exactly like a period then I would personally believe this was your period and is not caused by a miscarriage.
you may be bleeding even if you are pregnant
If you are having a period, you are not pregnant. However many women confuse their periods with vaginal bleeding and vaginal bleeding can be a sign of pregnancy particularly in early pregnancy.
It may have been implantation bleeding. Ask your doctor.
When you started bleeding.... was this the normal time for your period to start? Was it light spotting and is that what made you think about taking the pregnancy test? Without knowing these answers, it's kinda hard to say. However, if you took a home pregnancy test and the results were positive, there is an extremely great chance of being pregnant. Usually with those tests, they say that a negative result is what is more likely to be wrong than a positive one. However, it could also be that you were pregnant and still have high enough levels in your urine to make the pregnancy test positive. Your best bet is to see a doctor to be sure... one way or another, that's the best way to know for sure. Good luck!
Spotting after a pap smear is common, particularly during pregnancy. All bleeding during pregnancy should be discussed with your health care provider.
Some women in early pregnancy have implantation bleeding (light pink or brown spotting) around the time there period is due.