A positive blood pregnancy test result is a pregnancy hCG test that is positive about 3-4 days after implantation. In most cases, a blood pregnancy test is run by the obstetrician during the first office visit. While the urine pregnancy test can detect the presence of the hCG hormone, it cannot tell the doctor how much of the hormone is present in the body. The blood pregnancy test delivers an hCG level which can tell a lot about the baby, or babies.

Pregnancy Test: When Is it Usually Positive?

No matter how hard you try and try interpreting body changes as signs of pregnancy, you will need a positive pregnancy test to confirm that you are pregnant. But when is the best time to take a pregnancy test? ... read more »

How Soon Will a Pregnancy Test Be Positive After Implantation?

The time between your likely date of conception and waiting for a positive pregnancy test can seem like it goes on forever. Of course, you want to take a pregnancy test as soon as possible, but how long do you have to wait? It may be sooner than you think! ... read more »

What Are My Chances of Being Pregnant With Early Pregnancy Symptoms?

Many of the early signs of pregnancy are also signs of other physical changes in the body. The final determination of pregnancy comes with a positive urine or blood pregnancy test. ... read more »

Red Blood Cell Count Test During Pregnancy

The RBC gives doctors the total red blood cell count present in the provided blood sample, which is a good indicator of total RBC count in the body. ... read more »

When Is the Blood hCG Pregnancy Test Positive?

A blood pregnancy test usually becomes positive within 3-4 days after implantation, or several days before your expected menstrual period, when  hCG levels have reached a high enough level. ... read more »

Low and Slow Rising hCG Blood Levels in Pregnancy Test

When is the hCG titer in the blood considered to be too low and when is it considered to be slow rising? ... read more »

Normal hCG Levels in Pregnancy

Human chorionic gonadotropin hCG levels can vary significantly in pregnancy, and  there is a wide range of normal levels in early pregnancy. ... read more »

hCG Information Levels and Numbers in Early Pregnancy

hCG pregnancy hormone information on hCG numbers in early pregnancy and all the facts are presented here. ... read more »

hCG Levels in Early Pregnancy

The pregnancy hormone hCG levels double early on in 1-2 days. HCG is being produced by the placenta as soon as implantation occurs, about one week after fertilization and ovulation. ... read more »

How to Find Out That You Are Pregnant In 12 Steps

For most women, missing a period is the most accurate sign of pregnancy, while others look for signs of pregnancy before a positive pregnancy test. Here are 12 things to consider when trying to conceive (TTC ... read more »

hCG Levels and Pregnancy Test After Miscarriage

My pregnancy test was positive three weeks after miscarriage. ... read more »

Prenatal Tests Before and During Pregnancy

Learn all about the prenatal testing and exams that take place during each pregnancy trimester. ... read more »

False Positive Pregnancy Test Result and Phantom HCG

A false positive hCG pregnancy test, or a positive hCG test when you are not actually pregnant rarely happens, but if it does, it can be seen both by blood and urine tests. ... read more »

Prenatal Antenatal Birthing Pregnancy Childbirth Education Class

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BBT up 18 Days negative Pregnancy test

My BBT is up for 18 days but my pregnancy test was negative today ... read more »

Pregnancy Tests - Introduction

How does a pregnancy test work? Pregnancy tests work by detecting human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone found only in pregnant women. There are both urine and blood pregnancy tests (HPTs) ... read more »

What Does the Blood Pregnancy Test Reveal?

A pregnancy test is run by the obstetrician during the first office visit to confirm the presence of the hCG hormone and confirm the pregnancy. ... read more »

When Does the Urine Home Pregnancy Test Become Positive

A urine home pregnancy test HPT usually becomes positive within a week or so after implantation, or around the time of your expected menstrual period. ... read more »

Is a Blood Pregnancy Test Worth the Time and Money?

There are two types of pregnancy test – blood and urine – that most women come in contact with when trying to conceive. ... read more »

Phantom Pregnancy

Patients with a phantom pregnancy hCG will have a persistently and not significantly rising positive blood pregnancy test but the urine test is negative and they are not pregnant. ... read more »

Pregnancy Test After Miscarriage

When is my urine pregnancy test negative? ... read more »

Two Different Test Results

What should I do if I get two different pregnancy test results? ... read more »