Ultrasound kab karana chahiye .mere hormones gadbad h ..?

Ultrasound kab karana chahiye .mere hormones gadbad h or priod ki date change hoti Rehti h abi last 2 month se period miss the or result negative tha to mjh kya krna chye kisse mei pregnancy conceive kar saku.

Shivani sharma asked on 01 Sep '16 at 12:38


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Logan's mommy answer on 10 May '11 at 02:26

Typically you take your cycle length and subtract about 15 days, giving you the day you're most likely to ovulate. You may get a positive result as soon as a few days after you would have missed your period, and you could go a few months being pregnant, still getting a false negative. I'd wait for at least two weeks (before getting your hopes up) before taking a test at home. If it's negative and you still don't get your period, retest in another week or so. If no period and it's still negative, see your obgyn for an ultrasound and a blood test. Your body has to produce enough of a specific hormone to trigger the at home tests to come up positive, and sometimes it just doesn't happen. A blood test can confirm what at home tests sometimes cannot.

Logan's mommy answer on 10 May '11 at 13:10

Typically you take your cycle length and subtract about 15 days, giving you the day you're most likely to ovulate. You may get a positive result as soon as a few days after you would have missed your period, and you could go a few months being pregnant, still getting a false negative. I'd wait for at least two weeks (before getting your hopes up) before taking a test at home. If it's negative and you still don't get your period, retest in another week or so. If no period and it's still negative, see your obgyn for an ultrasound and a blood test. Your body has to produce enough of a specific hormone to trigger the at home tests to come up positive, and sometimes it just doesn't happen. A blood test can confirm what at home tests sometimes cannot.

Logan's mommy answer on 10 May '11 at 16:18

Typically you take your cycle length and subtract about 15 days, giving you the day you're most likely to ovulate. You may get a positive result as soon as a few days after you would have missed your period, and you could go a few months being pregnant, still getting a false negative. I'd wait for at least two weeks (before getting your hopes up) before taking a test at home. If it's negative and you still don't get your period, retest in another week or so. If no period and it's still negative, see your obgyn for an ultrasound and a blood test. Your body has to produce enough of a specific hormone to trigger the at home tests to come up positive, and sometimes it just doesn't happen. A blood test can confirm what at home tests sometimes cannot.

Logan's mommy answer on 10 May '11 at 18:38

Typically you take your cycle length and subtract about 15 days, giving you the day you're most likely to ovulate. You may get a positive result as soon as a few days after you would have missed your period, and you could go a few months being pregnant, still getting a false negative. I'd wait for at least two weeks (before getting your hopes up) before taking a test at home. If it's negative and you still don't get your period, retest in another week or so. If no period and it's still negative, see your obgyn for an ultrasound and a blood test. Your body has to produce enough of a specific hormone to trigger the at home tests to come up positive, and sometimes it just doesn't happen. A blood test can confirm what at home tests sometimes cannot.

Logan's mommy answer on 10 May '11 at 19:46

Typically you take your cycle length and subtract about 15 days, giving you the day you're most likely to ovulate. You may get a positive result as soon as a few days after you would have missed your period, and you could go a few months being pregnant, still getting a false negative. I'd wait for at least two weeks (before getting your hopes up) before taking a test at home. If it's negative and you still don't get your period, retest in another week or so. If no period and it's still negative, see your obgyn for an ultrasound and a blood test. Your body has to produce enough of a specific hormone to trigger the at home tests to come up positive, and sometimes it just doesn't happen. A blood test can confirm what at home tests sometimes cannot.