It is rare that you will get a false positive. Make sure you are reading the directions correctly on the box for each pregnancy test you take. They need to be on a flat, dry surface and left alone until the time limit in the directions. If you had some bleeding/spotting this could be implantation bleeding which is common in your first symptoms of pregnancy. I only tested positive on a Clearblue pregnancy test. No other test would give me a positive. So it could also be the brand you are using. I wouldn't recommend dollar store pregnancy tests. Pregnancy tests aren't cheap, but you get what you pay for.
Unlikely - the bleeding probably was your period
Signs of pregnancy on the implant are lack of bleeding and positive pregnancy test. Take a pregnancy test.
No pregnancy is pregnancy and it doesn't matter if you were on the pill at the time. It will still show positive if you were pregnant.
You are unlikely to be pregnant on the implant. Signs of pregnancy are absent bleeding and positive pregnancy test.
It is if you are pregnant.
As with all birthcontrol, it is not 100% absolute guaranteed to work. Stuff happens!! If you are concerned contact your GP
If you are four weeks pregnant you will have enough hCH to have a positive pregnancy test.
if you are bleeding heavily than you probably aren't pregnant, but if you have had a positive pregnancy test and are bleeding heavily you need to see a doctor