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It would depend on the order in which you got the results.
If the negative came first, and the positive ones came after that, then you took the first pregnancy test too soon and you are pregnant.
However, if the first two test positive, and then the third try was a negative, then you aren't pregnant. In fact, you actually were pregnant and had a miscarriage. This happens in a lot of women. They'll be late on their period because they actually are pregnant, but then miscarry extremely early (within days of implantation) and their period starts up again. This mostly happens due to acidity in the vagina, usually from overdoses of vitamin c. If this is the case, don't worry. There isn't a tiny baby in there that needs a doctors attention to get out.
If you want to know for sure, it's always best to check up with a doctor or gynecologist.
but - the sentence does not make sense, if YOU were late why did "they" rather than "I" miss the test.
it could be possible, that you are preganat take another test to be sure if both are negative then your just having irregular periods , i have had the same problem before , the fact is periods are often irregular due to things like stress, and not eating properly but they sort themselves out eventually usually in ur early 20's .
also if you are on the pill or have taken the morning after pill you can skip periods and often still have cramping.
hope that helps
You can, there's nothing about spotting that would effect the outcome of the pregnancy test or stop you from being able to take a pregnancy test. You can use a pregnancy test from two weeks after sex.
On rare occasions you can encounter a false positive due to improper testing, expired pregnancy tests, rare medical conditions such as certain types of cancer, evaporation lines or a chemical pregnancy.
WELL ONE WAY IS IF U MISS YOUR PERIOD. SOME WOMENS BODY CHANGE WHEN THEY BECOME PREGNANT AND SOME DONT.. ANOTHER THING U CAN DO IS GO TO A FREE CLININC LIKE PLANNED PARENTHOOD AND TAKE A TEST THERE FOR FREE
For best results:
* Take the test in the morning, if possible, because your hCG (pregnancy hormone) levels are at it's highest * Don't drink a bunch of fluids before taking the test because it will dilute your urine and can affect the results * Take the test no more than 1-2 days before expected period. Although some test say that you can see results up to 5 days before your missed period the percentage of accuracy is very low. * urinate for as long as possible on the foam like strip * wait for the results
You have to take it at your school, because you need the password.
You need a doctor to determine for sure if you are pregnant. There is some failure in home pregnancy tests and you want to be sure unusual bleeding is not a sign of an unhealthy condition.
However sometimes you will experience lighter periods and brown is not uncommon, especially near the end or beginning of a period or if you are very young or heading toward menopause.
You can tell 5-7 days after conception by a quantitative beta hcg blood test if your pregnant. You will need to ask your doctor specifically for this test.
With a urine test it will take about 3 weeks.
I think with a urine test they can find out immediately, right?! I know my doctor did!
Week 3: Your pregnant cat's nipples will start to become enlarged and pinkish in color. Her belly will not show any signs of swelling at this point.
Week 4: Her belly will now start to show a slight swelling. The swelling of her nipples will start to be more evident. Her appetite will start to increase.
Week 5: Some cat experts recommend that you consult your vet for a "growth formula" to satisfy your pregnant cat's accelerated appetite.
Week 6: Your cat's pregnancy will become obvious at this point. Cat pregnancy symptoms will now include behavioral changes. The pregnant cat will now start to move around with more care. She'll avoid stretching and twisting actions, and if she usually goes outside, now she'll probably want to stay inside. Her appetite continues to increase through the sixth week.
Week 7: The greatest sign of cat pregnancy is now your cat's behavior. You should see a noticeable change in behavior as she starts to show some signs of excitement. This is also called the "quickening" stage of cat pregnancy as the fetuses start to move. She'll roll and stretch and start to search for a spot to give birth. This is another good reason to keep your pregnant cat inside so that she doesn't make a nest outside.
Day 61: Labor can start as early as 61 days after conception and as late as 70 days.
I've had a pregnant cat before and right now my cat is currently pregnant.
So the above are all very true signs of cat pregnancy.
There is no test you can give a dog to determine if she's pregnant or not. Unlike humans, there is no chemical change within the body of a dog. To tell if a dog is pregnant a very keen owner can usually tell very early on by mood changes. Also, dogs (just like humans) can have morning sickness early on. Then later on, of course, you get the more well known signs such as mammary development and abdominal enlargement. Dogs are pregnant around 63 days but can have them earlier or later than that.
It can take from 1 week to 3 weeks after you've had sex to be able to tell on a test! But keep in mind a male sperm can live inside a woman for up to 4 days after ejaculation and then go to the woman's egg! So it all depends on the man, like usual..lol...always waiting for the man's move!
The heart beat should be detected on ultrasound by 7w. - but it depends on the ultrasound machine quality.
If there is no HB by 8w, the doctor will od the labs to see if the hcg levels are increasing. Good luck!
Apparently, in infancy, it is very hard to tell
No, with a Doppler stethoscope it can be heard at approx. 8-10 weeks in a thin woman.An ultrasound machine can see the fetal heart at 6-8 weeks depending on the qualiity of the machine. The fetal heart is way to small to feel early in the pregnancy, in fact, it cannot even be felt at full term.
Serum HCG levels are detctable at low levels as early as 7-9 days after ovulation.
A home pregnancy test ,when taken correctly, is considered accurate 14-16 days after ovulation or unprotected sex.
Not to be funny, but until he carefully cleans his penis after every sexual encounter with the woman. I mean very carefully... every crease and fold. It's probably easier to clean when erect. Additionally, if the man is not circumsized, hygiene is more difficult and especially important. Ivory soap is supposed to be good, and a washcloth rather than just a hand will clean better.
Yes as it dilutes the urine and thus the hormone. A pregnancy test should be done on the first urine passed in the nmorning as this is the most concentrated and will have the highest concentration of the hormone.
The length of time after you finish drinking alcohol that it will still be in your system depends on how much you drank and the period of time in consideration. Generally speaking, people metabolize alcohol at the rate of 1/2 ounce per hour (that's half an ounce of absolute alcohol -- or one "standard" drink) -- roughly equivalent to: 12 ounces of beer, 10 ounces of microbrew, 6 ounces of wine cooler (or hard lemonade), 1-1/4 ounces of 80-proof liquor or 4 ounces of wine. Therefore, if you consume three standard drinks -- regardless of how long it took you to drink them -- it would take you three hours to be completely free of alcohol. This should hopefully make it apparent that alcohol builds up in your body over time because the liver can only metabolize one an hour. That's why it is dangerous for people to "chug" alcohol or play drinking games. If you consume large quantities of alcohol in a short period of time, you can quickly get a toxic or lethal dose in your blood stream. Unfortunately, once it is absorbed from the gut (which occurs relatively quickly), there's nothing you can do to "get rid" of the alcohol except wait for it to be metabolized by the liver.
Tests that detect early pregnancy test can be purchased in any drugstore, like Rite Aid, CVS, and Walgreens. They can also be found at stores like Walmart and Target.
you eat more you gain weight your tired all the time you loose alot more energy some people get morning sickness you have excessive cravings i know becasue i am pregnant cant wait to have my lil boy this summer 8/20/2010
Sometimes there can be an error during the test that can affect the result. A picture of an open book is common on the Clearblue digital readout, and it is caused by not laying the test kit on a flat surface or when testing the absorbent tip wasn't facing downwards. It could also mean that too much or too little urine was used for the test.