Miscarried November 2014, can I still become pregnant although I haven't had my period post miscarriage yet?

Certainly. Hello Brittany, After a miscarriage, the hormones of pregnancy begin to fall. Depending on how far along the pregnancy was, it may take a little time or a longer time for your hormones to return to a non-pregnant state. Once this happens the body will start to cycle. This includes ovulation. If you have sex about this time, then pregnancy is a definite possibility.

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If my cervix lowers does it mean miscarriage? I have been so paranoid that I am going to miscarry. I got pregnant while using the mini pill and apparently conceived a few days after my period. The only reason I took a test was because my cervix was high a

First . First of alll let me advise you not to do your own cervical exams, it's best if you are pregnant to leave that to your doctor. To answer your question, it is very difficult to say if you will miscarry or not, however you should see a doctor for an evaluation. If your cervix is found to be incompetent (weak) then your doctor may place something called a cerclage (stitch on your cervix) this keeps it closed, however this may require you to be on bed rest. Best of luck. Read more...

I had a miscarriage 6 weeks ago and still haven't gotten my period, but pregnancy test are negative. When is a negative test really a true negative?

Pregnancy tests. Hi! pregnancy tests measure the amount of pregnancy hormone in your body. They are very sensitive and a negative test is usually a true negative. It can take several weeks for your periods to come back after a miscarriage, but it should happen soon for you--if not within the next 1-2 weeks, call your doctor and your period could be started for you . Good luck! dr brown. Read more...

Had a miscarriage in feb still haven't start my period but having pregnancy symptoms but pregnancy tests come back negative. What could be the problem?

No Pregnancy. If your pregnancy test is negative, i believe there is no pregnancy; however, i would like you to check with blood test if you continue to have pregnancy symptoms. Some people experience these symptoms due to excessive desire ;#40;psychological effect;#41;. Hope this helps. Read more...

I had a miscarriage 3weeks and 1day ago. I was 6weeks 4days along and I have still have not gotten my period. I am 3days late. Could I be pregnant?

Doubtful . Sorry to hear about your miscarriage. It's takes a while for the reproductive system to reset itself after a miscarriage. Usually midcycle affer a relatively normal menses after a miscarriage would be the ideal time to start trying again. It is unlikely that you would have.An increased risk for another miscarriage - they are very common though. Good luck. Read more...

Is this a miscarriage or still a pregnancy? What is wrong with me? Hello there, my husband and I have been trying to get pregnant since september without any luck. This month when I got my period it was very unusual, it was a day late and when it came it

Yes . Yes you could have been pregnant. One study showed that about 50% of women conceive each month but just have very early miscarriages. Sometimes it is perceived as just a late period. This is normal since we know that in humans it is common to make embryos that are not normal enough to continue. It is always a good idea to check a home pregnancy test whenever you have a period which is not normal for you. Rarely you can have an abnormal pregnancy which can cause serious problems if not followed closely. If your test comes back negative, there will be no way to know if you were pregnant last month or not. You have been trying for 3 or four months now. If you are less than 36, you can try up to 12 months before it is time to see a fertility specialist. Read more...

I'm almost three weeks pregnant and just finished my period. The hospital said it could be a miscarriage. Is it possible that I'm still pregnant?

Imagine. No. It is not possible. Imagine for a moment that a new fetus smaller than the tip of a pin trying to live and survive in blood in the uterus and then the blood sloughs off in a period. The fetus does not live through that. In most cases there is no fetus to begin with and it is a normal period. Viable pregnancy stops vaginal bleeding. Read more...