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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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Blast it all!

Posted by: jmg on Mon Jun 25, 2007

We have been TTC for 2 years now!! Very frustrating! After being on the pill for 3 months then stopped and I got pg with my 1st, but now like I said, it's been 2 years and MANY MANY negative pregnancy tests!!

I was very irregular, but now for the last 3 months have started the I am waiting for the 26th to roll around...I am normally an early tester, but back in January, I quit taking HPT, b/c it was always such a diappointing experience!! I would cry and be so mad!!

Then my SIL got pregnant and is 11 weeks along...she has known that we have been trying for 2 years, so to hear she got pg right away was REALLY hard to take! I am angry and frustrated and sad, I have so many emotions running through me! I am feeling very negative too. my pants are fitting a little tighter and I am peeing more...could it be? (I doubt it, its just bloating I'm sure.) i would be in 7th heaven! I so long to be PG!!!

I agree with all those who say wait to test, it's not worth it unless you are almost positive that you are pg, b/c most times it is just our emotions making us feel liker we're pg! Everytime I took the test early, I would get my period the next day. Sorry, I don't mean to be so negative! Just how I feel.

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