According to Med-Health.net, one visible line on a pregnancy test means the test is negative and that the woman is not pregnant. Two visible lines mean the test is positive and the woman is pregnant.
Home pregnancy tests have some differences, but the number of lines for the results is standard. One line means the test is negative whether the line is blue, red or pink. The same goes for two lines: no matter what color your test lines are, two of them normally indicates pregnancy.
A popular misconception about pregnancy tests is that if the second line is faint it means the woman is not pregnant. Two lines, even if one is fainter than the other, still probably indicates a pregnancy. Confirmation from a doctor is always recommended.Learn More
What To Expect states that while there is no known definitive answer to why a woman gives birth or goes into labor early, doctors point to several possible reasons premature labor occurs. These include infection, gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, and abnormalities of the uterus or cervix. Certain risk factors increase a woman's chances of giving birth early, according to WebMD.Full Answer >
Colace should only be taken when it is clearly needed during pregnancy, according to WebMD. A doctor should be consulted prior to using Colace to discuss the risks and benefits of usage during pregnancy.Full Answer >
There is no scientific evidence that proves that particular foods eaten on the day of embryo transfer or after an in vitro fertilization, or IVF, cycle will help a woman achieve better results, however, doctors do recommend that women eat a healthy diet that includes lean protein, vegetables, fruit and whole grains, says Parents magazine. A woman who is eating healthy will maximize her health and her baby's health.Full Answer >
According to the Encyclopedia for Children's Health, prenatal development refers to the time and process it takes for a single fertilized cell to become an embryo then a fetus. The Encyclopedia for Children's Health states that his time is generally around 38 weeks and occurs in three stages: the germinal stage, the embryonic stage and the fetal stage.Full Answer >