Later period. No PMS or pregnancy symptoms. Negative pregnancy test. Just stopped birth control. Could she still be pregnant?

Pregnancy. Yes you can still be pregnant. Over the counter pregnancy tests only detect the pregnancy hormone when it reaches a certain level. Sometimes you may test your urine when either the pregnancy levels are low or the urine is dilute. This is why over the counter pregnancy tests suggest using early morning void to test.

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Have not been on birth control for 6 months. My thyroid was 48 now 12.Missed period, negative pregnancy test. Could I still be pregnant?

Unlikely. If the pregnancy test is negative, then you're not pregnant. Your tsh of 12 is too high. I highly recommend getting this down before trying to conceive. The thyroid is very important for pregnancy as well as the development of the fetus. Read more...

Negative pregnancy test (s) two weeks after "period." I bled for 4 days on my inactive pills of my birth control. It should be accurate right? Not preg?

Tests are accurate. Home pregnancy tests are very accurate and not affected by foods, herbs, common illnesses, STD's, vaginal spotting, or medications. A test gives a reliable result 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have happened). If done sooner, a negative result may be due to testing too early such as less than 2 weeks after conception. If still worried, one can retest after 2 more weeks. Read more...

Negative pregnancy test, but haven't gotten my period after 3 months of being off birth control. Why?

Missed period. Depending upon the woman, the type of pill, and the length of time you have been taking it, it may take anywhere from several weeks to several months before hormone levels regulate and allow regular menstruation to resume, also if your period has been irregular prior to starting the Pills your period would continue to be irregular after stopping it. Read more...

What to if I am on the birth control pill, missed my period, and have a negative pregnancy test?

Sounds good. While it sounds very reassuring - you should probably retest in a week or so (if you are concerned or missed some pills). Sometimes the progestin hormone in birth control pills will make the lining of the uterus so thin that periods stop or skip. A sonogram and visit to your gyn can help to confirm why you didn't get your period. Read more...

Is a blood test necessary after 5 negative pregnancy test? No period 2 months after stopping birth control

Anovluation. You are not pregnant. Stop testing. You have not ovulated yet and have had no period yet. The question you should be asking is how do I get my ovaries to start working again? That is the question for your doctor. Read more...

I'm not on birth control I spotted brown blood for 5days a week before my expected period and my period never came on I'm 19 days late on my period and my great hurt and all negative pregnancy test. Could I be pregnant?

Unlikely . Assuming you oerferimed the preg test correctly, a negative test is pretty reliable. If you were pregnant, the test would show positive by your missed period. There are many reasons for delayed cyckes: medications, stress, diet, etc. If you are two months late, seek medication (prescription) to help trigger one. Birth control may also help keep you regular of desired. Read more...