3 weeks later
hi, yes i believe it is possible to have a positive then 3 negatives. I tested on fri as positive with FR then hour later did it again as the line was faint and my friend said try again it was the same but faint, I did another Saturday morning it was negative and then another monday morn neg again. All FR test. Ive been trying 15 months. Im going to doc in morn i think i might have a chemical pregnancy. Good luck
Menstruation is delayed as a result of delayed ovulation, things such as stress or ill health can delay ovulation as the body prevents pregnancy when it can't cope. If you're a teen irregular cycles are normal too so this can cause periods to start later than expected.
The pregnancy hormone stays in your body for awhile unless you have had unprotected sex??????????/
Yes. It is always better to go an consult a doctor if you are in doubt.
Yes. It is very possible. :)
A positive pregnancy test, or you will deliver a child approx 9 months later!
Yes, it all depends on the HcG levels.
It's possible but I would check with your Dr as soon as possible.
If the question is, "Is it possible to conceive without ovulating?" then the answer is no. However, if the question is, "Is it possible to miss the subtle signs of ovulation and fertility even when charting one's cycle?" then the answer is certainly yes. If you are wondering about pregnancy, take a home pregnancy test. (Most home pregnancy tests can detect the pregnancy hormone two weeks after ovulation, or on the first day of your missed period.) If it is negative and you still haven't gotten your period a week later, repeat the test. If the either test is positive, or if the second test is negative but you still haven't gotten your period, contact your healthcare provider.
Three layered endometrium during pregnancy. Over the course of the menstrual cycle, the uterine lining, or endometrium, thickens (in preparation for pregnancy) and thins (your period). When the endometrium is viewed on ultrasound, a trilaminar shape usually means you are in the later half of your cycle - around or after ovulation - and your lining is thickened as it should be. Early in your cycle, after your period and before ovulation, the lining is thin. The lining thickens as it prepares for ovulation and possible pregnancy.
If you had a positive pregnancy test then had a heavy period a couple days later, you may have had a miscarriage. If this happens, you should consult a doctor.
its a sign of being pregnate don't freak
No pregnancy test is 100% accurate. Sometimes the result is wrong, and that is shown by a subsequent test, or by later events. Depending on how much time elapses, it is also possible for a woman to become pregnant between taking the first (negative) test and the second (positive) test.
The endometrium is a special type of tissue that usually lines the inner walls of a womans uterus. During ovulation, it fills with blood so pregnancy can be possible. During early pregnancy, the fertilized egg implants itself there. A little later, a placenta grows there. The endometrium nourishes the placenta and the fetus which the placenta protects.
You need to confirm the positive pregnancy test result with your Doctor. See your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test. Pregnancy does cause a increase in vaginal discharge.