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Triple Marker Test During Pregnancy
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
Very unlikely: A positive pregnancy test 2 months after a miscarriage is more likely to be from a new pregnancy. However it is possible to be positive 2 months after a miscarriage if the miscarriage didn't pass all the pregnancy tissue, and that tissue is still making pregnancy hormone. In this situation i order several blood pregnancy tests in a row to see if the number is rising and get an ultrasound. ...Read more
Can decidual bleeding during early pregnancy give you a false negative pregnancy test after having tested positive?
4 pregnancy test positives (first response early test & ept) today. Also had qualitative blood test today but negative. Could i still be pregnant?
What did your doctor: What did the physician caring for you tell you? It is hard here to be asked a question as if you are testing us to know if your physician told you the truth. Either you had a nonviable pregnancy or the tests are incorrect. Your physician who is testing and examining you will know that truth. ...Read more
Urine tests were positive for pregnancy last week. This week blood tests showed 14 hcg and urine test is negative. Is miscarriage 100% certain?
Do early positive results on pregnancy tests indicate a higher probability of twins? I had 3 positive pregnancy tests at 3 weeks pregnant.
Not necessarily: Home urine pregnancy tests are fairly sensitive and can be positive within 9-10 days of conception. The higher the HCG (or pregnancy hormone) the more quickly it will turn positive and HCG does tend to be higher with twins...So maybe. Make an appointment with your doctor to determine. ...Read more
No missed periods on birth control positive pregnancy test did ultrasound no baby why positive test hCG level was 200 then drop 65 ?
Yes...and no: Docs can provide pregnancy tests that are essentially the same - the urine hCG detection. They can also obtain a serum hCG in the mother's blood, which will pick up a pregnancy much faster due to its high sensitivity. That said, unless you are high-risk, your doc may not be able to justify it to your insurance company. ...Read more
Too early to tell.: Implantation occurs about 9 days after fertilization. This is usually a bit before your next cycle is to start. Preg test usually turns positive a week or even later after implantation. If your cycle is more than 5 days late then the test is usually positive. No one can tell you exactly what day it turns positive on. Exactly when you ovulated, fertilized and implanted are all estimates. ...Read more
I had a positive pregnancy test and a positive blood pregnancy then levels declined quickly. Then positive home test. Negative blood. Any suggestions?
See below: Return to your doctor for additional testing, if needed. ...Read more
Is there any home method to check pregnancy ? Except missed periods ,pregnancy test kit and ultrasound
Tincture of time: The only other method that you haven't mentioned is time itself. "Whatever you do in the dark will come to the light eventually" is the applicable adage for that situation. ...Read more
Urine pregnancy test positive one week with blood hCG of 1 and the next week urine pregnancy test negative?
Positive pregnancy test the day after intercourse? (went for blood pregnant test 2 days later. Hcg levels were 600ml/iu).
Sounds like: You must've gotten pregnant before that.Get a more detailed answer ›
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