it could be a variety of things! the body has a wierd way of working expecially when you are stressed
just stay calm and test again in a week or so
or you could vene have a blood test done too!
good luck and im here if you need anything!
|Well I did my second pregnancy test. It was positive. Then I did another....positive. I went through a million emotions just as I did the first time I found out I was pregnent. I knew I wasn't ready for baby #2 quite yet but I was still happy. And now......I dont know how to feel. I am no longer pregnant. I started bleeding real heavy the other day. I guess it happened for a reason since I am not really ready yet but it still hurts.|
|actually my doctor sad yo only need to be checked out if your cramping really bad during a miscarrage and then go to the dr or hospital because it will pass naturally and if you bleed over 3 weeks then you need a d&c|
A chemical pregnancy is a miscarriage that happens within a week or so of the due menstrual period. I have read that as many as 8 out of 10 women have either experienced one or will experience one in their lifetime. A lot of times, these early miscarriages are overlooked as a heavy menstrual bleeding and or a period that lasts a little longer than usual. The reason I am writing about this in the Trying To Conceive section is that chemical pregnancies are fairly common and many times a woman on this journey will discover that she has indeed experienced an early miscarriage.
Most women discover they are having an early miscarriage if they are charting their fertility signs and are actively trying to become pregnant. Many women can achieve a positive home pregnancy test as early as 10 days post ovulation and some tests can even detect pregnancy much earlier. Because of the sensitivity of some home pregnancy tests - a women who knows exactly when she ovulates can test even before the menstrual period is due.
There are several different reasons why chemical pregnancies occur. Some of the time, the reason may never be discovered. The reasons why these occur are: low progesterone, insufficient uterine lining, genetic problems, immune issues (see www.inciid.org for more information) and possible obstructions in the uterus, such as fibroid tumors (depending on their location). There are a number of tests that can be run to determine why chemical pregnancies occur, though not all of the time a reason will be found.