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Can a pregnancy test be taken during implantation bleeding and if so how accurate should the results be?

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2015-07-15 18:34:23
2015-07-15 18:34:23

I think a home pregnancy test taken during implantation bleeding would be a little too early to take. wait another day or two and then take it. But it might be OK to take it then. Depends on the test and the woman's hormones.

My personal experience is that you can take a HPT during the first implantation bleeding and see a positive result that has inevitably turned out to be accurate. However, Just because it is negative doesn't mean that the test is acurate because all woman are different and sometime a woman's hormone levels take longer to kick in.

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Yes. Bleeding can come from "implantation bleeding". Negative test results can come from testing too soon. Wait to take a pregnancy test the day of a missed period.

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Implantation bleeding, if any, would occur anywhere from 6-12 days after ovulation. Implantation bleeding does not always occur, even if implantation does occur, so if you think you are pregnant, and it's been longer than 14 days since ovulation, (or 21 days since unprotected sex) you can safely take a home pregnancy test and get accurate results.

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Yes, also known as implantation bleeding. It can mean all sorts really. Spotting can be Implantation bleeding which doesn't always mean your pregnant and spotting should be checked up by a doctor or midwife. If you think you may of had spotting take a pregnancy test cause the results should work.


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