Can I Take A Pregnancy Test While Spotting Or Bleeding If I Think I'm Pregnant?

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Chetan Agrawal answered
Pregnancy tests are commonly used by women who have a missed period to confirm whether they’re pregnant or not. However, if you’re spotting or bleeding and think you are indeed pregnant, there’s no stopping you from taking a pregnancy test. In fact, it’s the smartest move to take when you have the slightest suspicion that you’re carrying a child.

Many doctors recommend using pregnancy tests to determine whether or not a woman’s pregnant especially when they have missed a period and experience something different in their body. It’s a reliable means of detecting pregnancy, especially if you still lack the time to visit your doctor.

Among the pregnancy tests out there, none can be more popular than the home pregnancy test or urine test. This kind of test uses a device that can detect pregnancy by analyzing your urine. It measures the amount of hCG or human chorionic gonadotropin in your urine. You can tell if you’re pregnant when two lines appear in the window of the device and if you’re not, you’ll see a single line.

If the result is positive, you have to see your doctor immediately. Though these pregnancy tests are oftentimes reliable, you still need to take other tests to be conducted by your doctor to confirm your pregnancy. These tests include the blood tests, and qualitative or quantitative hCG tests. According to experts, they give more accurate results than the home pregnancy tests.

These pregnancy tests are just what you need to find out if you’re possibly pregnant. A home pregnancy test kit can be bought in grocery stores, pharmacies, clinics, and even online at very affordable prices. Meanwhile, blood tests and hCG tests need to be conducted in a laboratory by a professional.
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20% of women who are pregnant can still have spotting and bleeding for about the first 12 weeks of their pregnancy, and some can have spotting and bleeding the entire time. If you think you're pregnant, take a test, or simply see a doctor. If you are pregnant and still bleeding, they're going to want to make sure you're bleeding isn't a cause for concern. :)
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I'm 4weeks pregnant and I'm bleeding its nt like a period it war red and as gone a pink n brown colour I did a test yesterday and it came back positive I'm going to doctor's this afternoon to get it confirmed if you really think you are pregnant then you should see your gp its better to safe than sorry hun good luck
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Mo1111 answered
Yes you can but if any blood gets on the test stick it can give you false positive results.....  I found that out the hard way, I really don't think you are pregnant though. Especially if you are having a regular period, if it is just spotting though that's a whole different story, then you could be but it is probably to soon to tell anyways, I would just wait a couple of weeks then take a test!  GOOD LUCK
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I missed five pills in a row and have had spotting for two days. My test came back negative. Is it too early to test?
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I have a pale yellow fluid coming out from my vigina. I hve conducted a pregnancy test which is negative.12 day ago i have had sex bt on the same day i have took ipill. Am i pregnant?
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I was feeling sick and feeling pregnant a week before my period was due.  However, I started bleeding 4 days before my period was due (I am always on a cycle of 25 days).  This bleeding started very heavy then went very light.  It last 2 days, now I have had a odd brown mark (not enough to use a towel etc.  I tested yesterday and it was negative, but the feeling sick and bleeding is just not normal for me.  So, I am wondering is the hormone just not present and am I pregnant?
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Yes as far as I'm aware but usually having a period means you are not pregnant. But if you are it will show up no matter what really so why not!!!
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Well I've been experiencing all of the pregnancy symptoms for the last 2+ SMS and milder cramping through out the entire time as opposed to only the day of this morning I was bleeding not light but not heavy this is 4 day before my period implantation bleeding? Or my period? I was thinking of taking a test but feel the same way... What if it's still too early? I just have this feeling that I am
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I have been seeing a little bleeding for 5 days now however the first 3 days the flow wasn't normal.on the 4th day I was having pains so I took pills and then d flow got heavier, however now I am having so serious abdomen pain so I'm wondering if I could b pregnant in my tube
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There are no restrictions to take pregnancy test any time. Usually, periods means no pregnancy. But there are few ladies which can bleed while pregnant which is an exceptional condition. Periods starts when our brain sense that pregnancy has not taken place. The endometrium start to shed in the form of bleeding in order to start preparation for pregnancy in the next cycle. If you think that you are a exceptional lady then have a pregnancy test.
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Me and my boyfriend had sex and everything he cum in me and two weeks later I started to bleed or spot and my doctor was out of town and so I went to a cum to take a urine test and I was still spotting that day and they told me it was negative but I still feel like I have the symptoms like right now my vaginal and lower part of my body aches because I'm hungry so should I take another test?

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