Answer: Yes,the home test are designed to react with hormone levels and if your body produces low amount of hormones it will not show up s positive.Also the early stages of pregnancy are less likely to bp positive
Answer: Yes very good chance if it wasnt proven on scan or blood tests. if you just had a lot of blood, and thought you lost hte baby then theres a good chance that you were wrong. I have had many pregnancies where Ive bled a lot. and often thought I had lost it, but I let my midwife know, and she organised a scan which showed a healthy baby with a heartbeat. you need to talk to your maternity carer and have an ultrasound. goodluck!
Answer: Yes it is possible to get pregnant from one ovulation cycle, then go through another ovulation cycle, and then to have the egg released in that second cycle fertilized. This is called Superfetation and is extremely rare in humans. The foetuses are usually about three weeks different in age.
Superfecundation is the term for two foetuses developing from two eggs released at the same time.
In both cases the foetuses can have different fathers.
Answer: An aching back is only one of a plethora of other symptoms, so an aching back alone does not mean that you are pregnant. Along with other symptoms, however, you just might be: amenorrhea (missing period - biggest symptom in the beginning), sore or fuller breasts, tummy feels fuller (bloated), morning sickness, nausea, frequent urination, darkening of areola, blue and pink lines under skin on breasts and/or abdomen, food cravings or turn-offs, changes of color of vaginal and cervical tissue to bluish violet (what doctors look for), softening of cervix and uterus (what doctors look for), enlarging uterus and abdomen (what doctors look for), uterine artery pulsation that you can feel yourself (something that doctors look for), and others. Doppler detects a fetal heartbeat as early as 10 to 12 weeks.
USA: 15 October 1969 (New York City, New York) Norway: 2 February 1970 Austria: March 1970 West Germany: 6 March 1970 Denmark: 3 April 1970 Finland: 7 May 1970 France: 1 July 1970 Turkey: 1971 Iran: 3 February 1971 Japan: 11 September 1971
Answer: With all of the information that i was able to collect, the most general age would be around twenty-five years and under. Insurance is high because of factors like driver inexperience and low safety feature usage among younger drivers.
Answer: I believe the questioner is confusing the term "rights" with "treatment of." Both juveniles and adults possess the same "rights" but the way in which the juvenile offenders acts are written afford much more lenient treatment to juveniles, as opposed to adults charged with identical offenses. This is in an effort to take a wayward juvenile offender who may have made a mis-step due to youth and inexperience, and genltly guide them onto a more law-abiding path.
Answer: No, generally not. If your father died of something such as heart disease or aparticular type of cancer he may have had a genetic predispositionto such a disease, which could potentially have been passed on toyou. You may be able to check this by looking into the medicalhistory of your family. Even if your father had such apredisposition, it does not guarantee that it was passed on to you,nor does having the genetic factor necessarily mean you will getthe disease.
If your father died of causes that were not genetically linked,then this will not affect your chances of dying at a young age.