Since the very idea of science is to establish facts and research various areas, to prove that these results are correct they must be replicable. Since this is very difficult to do without knowing exactly how the initial experiment was conducted, an accurate record is required.
I am actually also trying to get an answer to this question. About 7 days I noticed just a very slight bit of spotting when I wiped so I thought "ok, I'm starting" well, that was it. No period, no more spotting. I did however experience some cramping and clear sticky discharge last week also. I'm not sure when I should test though. Any suggestions? (I know most people say wait until your missed period. Well, I stopped birth control Feb 8th and have not had a cycle since. My original pregnancy test at 1 week late was negative. I'm thinking I might have ovulated past the date of my missed period and gotten pregnant since then. .)
good new is you had your period meaning you are not pregnant.
In my opinion ,since I don't know exactly how your cycles run .I would say to look back to the last period you had and depending on how long it's been and your cycles(every other month ,3 timesa year),if it has been longer than it usually is between periods I would do 1 now. I hope this helps or at least gives you something to judge by. And remember to do it first thing in the morning.
its the time taken for one complete vibration.
Yes, you could be. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your next period. At the moment it is too early because the levels of pregnancy hormones would not be high enough to give an accurate result.
Its not, since you have probably not even ovulated yet.
Some home pregnancy kits will be able to tell in a few more days. You need to get one that states it can do this before a due period. A blood test at the doctors will from about three weeks from the last period. Usually, most test kits are accurate from about the due date of a period.
If you're period is normal then its highly unlikely you're pregnant. But you can do a pregnancy test 3 weeks after conception.
It would probably not be accurate since it is testing for the hormone HCG and you should wait until your period is due in anther 2 weeks to test again for accurate results
It could mean a pregnancy or just a late period. Breast pain before menstruating is common and normal. I suggest you take a pregnancy test if you had sexual intercourse and you had no period ever since. If you had no sex, don't worry too much. Maybe just have some blood tests done in order to check how healthy you are.
probabley ovulating. but the best idea is to get a pregnancy test asap.
Hello. The best time for a pregnancy test to be positive it usually when your period is late or three weeks after having unprotected sex. If you test too early the test will be negative even if you are pregnant. So test when your period is a few days late for a more accurate result. # Implantation usually occurs about 5-7 days after conception but can occur later. 5-7 days is an average. Testing before then will give you a negative test. You will not get a positive until implantation occurs since you don't secret HcG until then. # Your most fertile period usually the day before ovulation (since you can't pinpoint the exact moment). Paying attention to cervical mucus can help. As you gear up to ovulate you will notice egg white cervical fluid. Afterwards, it dries up quickly. If you had intercourse around the time of fertile quality cm you can test 18 days after the act of intercourse. # For a better way of knowing, check out the book Taking Charge of Your Fertility by Tony Weschler. She explains fertility and how to pay attention (and therefore maximize conception chances) in order to figure out if you are ovulating. According to the ClearBlue pregnancy test accuracy results they are: 4 days before expected period= 51% accurate 3 days before expected period= 82% accurate 2 days before expected period= 90% accurate 1 day before expected period =95% accurate the day of expected period =99% accurate If you don't want to do all that (and I recommend it just for the basic knowledge it gives you!) you can test 18 days after an act of intercourse. Good luck!
Not unless you've had intercourse since your last period. (There is not a time frame provided in the question.) The body produces a hormone during pregnancy that stops ovulation from occurring so you will not have a true period if you are pregnant. Some bleeding during early pregnancy is common, but if it is heavy like a period you should be seen immediately. If you have taken a pregnancy test and it is positive, you will want to see a doctor as soon as possible to discuss your particular condition.
Yes, it is possible you being pregnant. However, you should find out as soon as possible, and I would recomend seeing a doctor. Home pregnancy test are accurate in most cases but since you are not that far in it may be hard for the test to detect.
Yes, take a test Answer Since what, your last period, or intercourse? If it's since your last period then it's a waste of time taking a test as a fertilised ovum would not yet have implanted to start producing hormones, that happens around Day 21 of a 28 day cycle. If it's is 18 -22 days since intercourse athen a test may show positive.
Nothing. You have to wait 2 weeks minimum since it takes 2 weeks to get pregnant.