I went to my OB to get my annual PAP SMEAR then he saw my cervix was blue/bruise color,He said my cervix looks pregnant,he even ask her assistant nurse to look at it and show what the cervix looks like when its pregnant.I was 7 days late.He put me in a blood test the same day and it came out negative.Im confused now,I dont know which is more accurate the cervical check or blood test?I look up the result blood test print out says 25miu blood test kit.My OB still believe that Im pregnant because she seen a lot of ladies claiming that they are pregnant but when he look up their cervix its not pregnant looking like mine.
The Chadwick sign doesn't develop until after 6 weeks into pregnancy. If you are a week late you'd only be 5 weeks and too early to see a Chadwick sign. I'd go by the blood test results at this point.
Did you just have sex with a well hung man?
That's what happened to me when I got a pap and my cervix was bruised, definitely not pregnant here
That isn't a tell tale sign of pregnancy.
nope no sex before the cervical test.He said my cervix is also closed and the blood test is only qualitative not quantitative test.
Quantitative Blood Test: The quantitative blood test detects pregnancy by measuring the exact amount of hCG in your bloodstream. It can also be used to detect how far along you are in your pregnancy.
Qualitative Blood Test: The qualitative blood test detects pregnancy by indicating the presence of hCG in your blood. It does not measure your hCG levels, and only provides a yes or no answer as to whether or not you are pregnant
Quoting BunnyGirl19:" The Chadwick sign doesn't develop until after 6 weeks into pregnancy. If you are a week late you'd only ... [snip!] ... are a week late you'd only be 5 weeks and too early to see a Chadwick sign. I'd go by the blood test results at this point. "
the OB said its not totally blue and its just started to become blue.
Quoting AirForceWifeAK:" the OB said its not totally blue and its just started to become blue."
Which, again, does not happen until past 6 weeks. If your qualitative test, which measure at 25 miu, is negative you are not pregnant and you certainly wouldn't be having enough hormones in your system to cause all the changes necessary to cause the Chadwick sign.