What to Expect from Negative Pregnancy Tests After Implantation Bleeding
Implantation bleeding is one of the earliest signs of pregnancy and happens when the ball of cells, that will eventually become the embryo (known also as the blastocyst), attaches itself to the uterus. This attachment can disturb the lining of the uterus to the point where slight bleeding may occur. This is a natural process, which simply means everything is progressing as it should be. While implantation bleeding is one sign of early pregnancy, there are several others. Another way to confirm that you might be expecting a child is to take a home hCG test. There are instances, in which implantation bleeding has already occurred, but yet the desirable second line is not visible. We’ll tell you the reasons, why this might happen. Mostly it has nothing to do with the test itself being defective. The negative result is also not sure fire proof that you are not actually pregnant. Read on to learn, why this might be the case.