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2 1 2 Months Pregnant Symptoms
Yes: Although rare, there are many women who don't notice anything different until near the birth of a child. These are often women whose periods are irregular anyway, so they don't notice the missed periods. However, the usual symptoms of pregnancy - nausea, swelling, etc - are not "necessary" for pregnancy. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
How soon can one feel symptoms of pregnancy? Is it possible to get them two weeks after the day you might have ended up pregnant?
I'm 11 days late & ive taken 3 at home tests, two negative and one very faint positive, am I pregnant or is it a false positive? I have all symptoms.
When is the best time to take a pregnancy test? Period due tomorrow. Took one two days ago and was negative but having symptoms.
3 weeks late, PMS symptoms, one inconclusive hpt, two negatives, spotted for two days. Could i be pregnant and too early to tell?
Yes: Can you go and get a blood test instead? Its way more accurate. ...Read more
Could i be pregnant? I have all but one or two symptoms to be pregnant. My period shoud have came on the 22nd of march give or take a day. I took four pregnancy test, but all were negative. I never had a period to be late for more than a day or two.
As : As doctors, the first thing we do when we hear that a fertile woman is having a missed period or abnormal spotting, we check a pregnancy test. You can either take a home pregnancy test as long as it has been 5- 6 weeks since your last normal period, or you can go see your doctor and they can test you. A home pregnancy test is 97% accurate if taken a week or more after the missed period and a doctor's test can tell around when you should be getting your next period. Did you take your tests too soon? If you took your tests a week or more after your missed period, you are probably not pregnant. There are other reasons besides pregnancy that can cause a woman to miss a period such as: stress, diet, excessive exercise or a hormone imbalance such as with a thyroid disorder or polycystic ovarian syndrome. If you continue to have an irregular cycle, you should give your doctor or your ob/gyne a call. Good luck! ...Read more
Could i be pregnant? I have all but one or two symptoms to be pregnant. My period shoud have came on the 22nd of march give or take a day. I took four pregnancy test, but all were negative. I never had a period to be late for more than a day or two. I had
Hello. : Hello. I can't state if you are pregnant. Normally a pregnancy test (standard urine home pregnancy test) can be done the first day that the period is missed. Some times, even if you are pregnant, the test will give a negative. This is because the HCG level may not have been high enough to trigger a positive test result. So if you did the pregnancy tests too early, they might be negative for that reason. If you did the pregnancy tests anywheres from the first missed period day to 7 days later and after, and they were done exactly the way the test instructs and it was still negative then it is likely that you are not pregnant. A woman can miss a period without being pregnant. Good luck. ...Read more
I have PCOS and have pregnancy symptoms. I took two pregnancy tests, one saying positive then the other saying negative. How is this?
What would cause a HCG test to be 3.5 one day then two days later drops to 1.5 with pregnancy symptoms and last period only a day and a half?
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