No. At six days after ovulation the embryo has not yet implanted so there is nothing to see and no test can show positive even the most sensitive test will not show until 7-8 days post ovulation. http://www.conceivingconcepts.com/learning/articles/hcg.html An ultrasound requires that the fetus be large enough to make a blip on the screen; this usually takes 1 month to 6 weeks to be really noticable at abouth the size of a lima bean. At 6 days after ovulation, if you are pregnant, and assuming conception happended within a day or two after ovulation, you're only looking at a mass of cells about the size of the head of a pin. Certainly not hun. A ultrasound can only pick up pregnancy accurately when you are 6-7 weeks along. A blood test can tell if you are pregnant now. See your doctor.
sperm can live for 3-5 days. it is possible to have intercourse 4 days before ovulation and still become pregnant. it is very UNLIKELY that you will get a positive HPT as early as 8 days past ovulation though.
Days past ovulation.
IT could possibly mean that you are pregnant you can get positive ovulation tests all through your pregnancy from what i understand... i experimented with it while pregnant and the ovulation tests were at times easier to read than the actual pregnancy tests
There are two types of pregnancy tests available though your Dr, blood and urine. Blood tests can show positive 8-10 days past ovulation and urine tests are most reliable 14-16 days past ovulation.
9 days past ovulation would be the soonest, but it is best to wait 14 days past ovulation.
Most often at 9 days past ovulation. However it can happen 6-12 days past ovulation.
It varies woman to woman. I was 47 at 12 days past ovulation and the levels are suppoed to roughly double every two days. Hope that helps
I am not a doctor, but this happened to me. I started spotting only 7 days past ovulation and when I called my fertility clinic at 10 days past ovulation, they advised me to start progesterone, which led me to believe I still had a chance to be pregnant. I continued to spot for days 10 and 11. However, 12 days past ovulation (two days after starting progesterone) my period came. Although I think it's still possible to be pregnant with spotting and starting progesterone that late, if the spotting is related to your uterus lining breaking down, it is unlikely. I have a history of starting my period early despite having good progesterone levels, but if you do not have this history, it's possible your spotting is implantation spotting.
From 7 days past ovulation until like 26 days past ovulation anything is possible!(this is home pregnancy test) Blood test (quantitive HCG) is more accurate after 7-10 days past ovulation(possible conception) All the best!
Implantation can occur anywhere from 6 to 12 days after ovulation. 5-12 days past ovulation
no. the longer u can wait the better. the embryo wont even implant until around 9 days past ovulation and then the hormone starts ot build. so u have to be at least 11ish days past ovulation
It needs to be at least 14 days after you had sex
You might have ovulation issues. Ovulation is what causes your period if you don't get pregnant. Of, you may be pregnant. Go to the doctor and find out which.
6 weeks 5 days means that your fetus measured the same as what they would expect for someone 6 weeks and 5 days past their last menstrual period. they would expect you to ovulate around day 14 of your cycle, so that means the ultrasound also measured the same as 4 weeks and 5 days past ovulation. with the ultrasound it might not have your period right (you might not have actually had your period 6 weeks and 5 days before the ultrasound), but early ultrasounds are generally right about your ovulation day (so you very likely ovulated 4 weeks and 5 days before the ultrasound). the difference is because not everyone ovulates on day 14. so according to your ultrasound, if you were 6w5d on march 25, your LMP was around feb 7 and you ovulated/conceived around feb 21st. any sex you had between feb 16-22nd is what would have gotten you pregnant.
Yes! I am 5 weeks now and knew a week after ovulation. I felt nauseous, and my breasts/nipples were sore. I had never felt like that. I took a test at 9 days past ovulation and got a positive!
They are menstrual cramps.
If you are not pregnant, this is a sign of impending ovulation. If you are pregnant, it is a sign of increase estrogen (normal when pregnant).
14 days past sex you can test. If you had sex on ovulation, then you could test. However, it might be best to wait longer because the test result might not be reliable this early.
It's very unlikely, but some women have reported feeling pregnant that early. Symptoms begin after implantation has occured, and implantation have take 6-10 days past ovulation, and sometimes longer.
if your 5 days past ovulation you shouldnt be starting your period (if your on a normal cycle) for another week and a half. More than likely could be a yeast infection. When your fertile your cervix is usually high soft open and wet maybe you were wrong about ovulation date. Personally my cervix is high and soft up until the day before my period is due. After ovulation you should dry up then around 9 days past ovulation if your pregnant you may experience lotion type mucous. Good luck!
Depending on the rate of flow, it is probably your period.
Yes sometimes with a blood test. A blood test could detect pregnancy as early as 7 days past ovulation but no sooner. This is the best way to find out early on if you are indeed pregnant or not.
14-16 days past ovulation...but rare