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When do you take a pregnancy test?
At what point during your cycle do you take a pregnancy test? If you are trying to conceive do you wait the Two Week Wait, or do you start testing earlier? Or, if you're not trying to conceive, how late are you when you start testing?

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Posted by: dafodilgirl on Sat Jun 23, 2007

The TTW is absolute torture. I keep telling myself to just wait until I am late, since I had a chemical pregnancy and had told all my family and friends, only to lose it. I don't want to go through that disappointment again, but on the other hand, I want to know if I am pregnant right away, and if it ends up being another chemical pregnancy, then I want to get some answers as to why this keeps happening to me. But, I will definitely wait to tell my family and friends if I do get a BFP this time just to be sure. I usually start testing about 3 days before AF is due. I haven't had any luck with the dollar store brands, even when I was pregnant, those never showed a positive for me. The only ones that worked were First Response, Answer, and Clearblue Digital. Anyone else had no luck with the dollar ones?

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