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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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I never know when

Posted by: bek on Wed Mar 21, 2007

I never really know when to take a test. Ive read that the pregnancy hormone shows up around 6 days after conception. When if you get pregnant 5 or 4 days before your period and so your period is late but when you test its negitive...how do you know when to retest...and when to call the dr if your period never comes????

Right now Im on CD 31 my normal CD are 28. I tested on CD 27 its was a big fat negitive but I believe if I am pregnant it happend either one CD 22 or CD 26. I am going to the dr today for a cold I have had..and I feel like I may have a yeast infection from the antibiotics I was on. I am going to request a blood test and if thats negitive then I am going to ask..WHATS UP WITH THAT haha...I never really know when to test. I just take it month by month and what the situation is.

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