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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: 3boys0girls on May 15, 2008
When do you take a pregnancy test?

I COULDN'T WAIT!!!!!!!!

I could not wait until my two weeks were up so I tested early. I tested 9 DPO and I got a BFP!!! I was 21 days into my 25 day cycle. I thought it was too early, but I guess not. I have tested everyday since then except for today to make sure I wasn't going crazy and same results everytime. We are so excited and can wait to meet our new baby. My kids are more excited then we are I think. They really want a baby sister (I have all boys). Well see!!!

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Posted by: CrysTilDawn on May 15, 2008
When do you take a pregnancy test?

Two weeks... but dunno this time..

With our first, I waited two weeks to take a pregnancy test after my missed period. At 5 months I had a miscarriage after going into preterm labor. Afterwards I went on BC because I didn't want to get pregnant right away. Well currently I am 6 days late. I really want to take one but I'm just thinking it may be stress etc. I'm going to try to wait another week to see if aunt flo comes, but I'm getting anxious because I have lower back pain, tiredness, headaches, etc... which is what I had with our daughter. UGH! I try not to think about it but I don't know if I can wait another week to see if she shows up this month!

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Posted by: crsgirl1985 on May 11, 2008
When do you take a pregnancy test?

Confused

Hello,

My husband and I have been ttc off and on. My last period was March 29th. and usually lasts about 6 days. Well so far I have not had any signs of my period, and no signs of preg. I have had a little bit of a headache and a little lower back pain and I don't get either before my period. I took a preg. test Friday the 9th and on the first day of my missed period. Did I test to early? When should I take another test? Anything that might help will be great thanks.

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Posted by: cf1977 on May 7, 2008
When do you take a pregnancy test?

any advice

Hi

Ive been off the pill for a month now and i ended up getting a visit form auntie flo twice this month ,ive used no protection, and dont know when the best time to do a test or even if my periods are going to come back to normal

Please could someone advise me.

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Posted by: adanilda1980 on Apr 20, 2008
When do you take a pregnancy test?

Test Investor

LOL, I should invest in pregnancy tests. I take them all the time, from a week early to the day I start. What is wrong with me,lol. I guess I can't say I'm through having kids.

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Posted by: clp on Apr 15, 2008
When do you take a pregnancy test?

DEPO THEN PILL?

I was ttc for 18mnths, started having tests through Dr, a friend told me to take HPT on the day P was due, I did 5 pregnancy tests and were all +, Dr did a test and was -. I was very frustrated and it took 2 weeks for Drs test to show +. I am now trying again and it is day 28 the day when my P is usually due, however I have been on depo for 6 yrs and stopped taking last may, then took pill until Jan this year, Im waiting to do a pregnancy test although its killing me. Hopefully this time I will catch quicker than then!!

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