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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: bigbeck on Nov 12, 2007
When do you take a pregnancy test?

prego test

i personally have done both. its sooo hard to wait 2 whole weeks. i had went to see my mom and told her over the phone i might be pregnant. when i got to her house she had bought me a hpt. she made me take it because she was so excited. but in the end i was disappointed because it was a BFN! i have taken 3 more test since then and its still a BFN. i had my antie flo 1 week early and it was not a normal one, very light and spotty? implantation bleeding, miscarriage or just a abnormal period?

i think if you know your monthly cycles and have a good idea when you should test i say go for it but keep in mind that the hormones take a while to be detected by hpt.

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Posted by: RobinS on Nov 11, 2007
When do you take a pregnancy test?

When do you take a pregnancy test?

I knew I was pregnant 3 days after conception. Itook one of the 4 day early tests prior to my period and got a positive result. After my period was late I went for a blood test and got a positive result. I started spotting the next day and miscarried a week later. I regret testing so early as had I waited I would never had confirmation that I was pregnant. We are TTC again and I will wait the full two weeks this time...most likely...

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Posted by: butterfly34 on Oct 28, 2007
When do you take a pregnancy test?

Never can wait

I usually can't wait to know so I do it earlier, or on the day my period's due.

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Posted by: wangchungirl on Oct 15, 2007
When do you take a pregnancy test?

preg testing

always take the test in the morning, when pregnancy hormones are the highest. Try waiting two weeks because just the fact that you are thinking and anxous about it can actually make you late

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Posted by: Emy on Sep 6, 2007
When do you take a pregnancy test?

I feel pregnant after less than a week

I found out I was pregnant by accident when I started to bleed one morning. I went to ER and they told me I have a very rare ectopic pregnancy..cornual...just 3 mm inside of uterus. I never suspected I was pregnant, as I had 3-4 days period just a day later the prior month and no symptoms besides tiredness.

They gave me methotrexate and in the end D & C.

After 2 month I am TTC again. I am so willing to be pregnant. I took 2 pregnancy tests already and they're negative...but I tested too soon. My period is due in a week. This time I have pelvic cramps, dizziness, fatigue and fever...I am sure I am pregnant...I will test again 4 days in advance and then on my due date.

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Posted by: Lina_C on Sep 6, 2007
When do you take a pregnancy test?

HOPING IS A POSITIVE SIGN

I get really anxious to find out so I wait about a week then I try the next week. Me & my husband have been TTC since Jan.06 and no luck yet. We have a 7 yr old son.I am hoping that this month will be it.

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