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2008-04-23 01:20:40

You can but they are not as accurate. But if you read in most instructions of pregnancy tests it will tell you that if you are pregnant it will show up sooner than a negative result. According to the ClearBlue pregnancy test accuracy results they are: 4 days before expected period= 51% accurate

3 days before expected period= 82% accurate

2 days before expected period= 90% accurate

1 day before expected period =95% accurate

the day of expected period =99% accurate

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I think the earliest accurate response you can get from a pregnancy test is five days before your missed period with the "First Response" brand pregnancy test. Although an ultra-sound can most likely see it as early as two weeks prior to your period.


Yes you probably didn't have enough hormone built up in your system prior. But I would def. say you are pregnant. Congrats!


Usually, it can be indicated by a test around the first day of the missed period. Sometimes up to 4 days prior. I am 6 weeks pregnant now and my pregnancy home test detected it the day of my missed period..and if you go to the doctor the day of your missed period and they do a blood test,they will tell you if you are pregnant.Blood test is really the only certain/definate way.. I took a pregnancy test a week before my period was even due, with my first child and it came back positive.


Following are the various prior symptoms of pregnancy such as : 1. Food cravings and altered sense of smell 2. Mood swings 3. Abdominal Bloating 4. Frequent Urination 5. Tiredness and Fatigue 6. Tender, swollen breasts 7. Nausea 8. missed period 9. highly basal body temperature 10. The proof: a positive home pregnancy test These are the various prior symptoms of pregnancy.


It depends on which test you buy. Some say as early as 5 days before your missed period. However, even if these tests are taken prior to a missed period, the results can be incorrect. It seems as if the odds of having a correct result are higher if you wait until after your missed period.


As soon as you miss the first period a pregnancy test should show positive if you are in fact pregnant. There are some tests on the market that you can take 5 day prior to your expected period and get an accurate result. In my run ins with pregnancy tests, I've always tested the day after I expected my period to make sure that it wasn't coming and the results were positive. It all depends on your hcg levels too, if it's low you can get a false negative, even if you miss a period. A blood test can usually pick it up but you may have to wait until your second missed period to get a more accurate hpt.


You can take a pregnancy test around the time you miss your period. Most people who are pregnant will likely show positive on a test a couple days prior to their expected period.


How is it that you are experiencing something 5 days before your period is 'missed'?


If you had sex a couple of weeks prior to your period being due, then it's possible. Get a home pregnancy test and verify.


if you didn't get your period, it could be


No, you should continue taking the pills as scheduled. IF you missed any pills in the prior cycle, take a pregnancy test.


Yes, inserting NuvaRing before your period can delay bleeding.


It depends on the test used. Some of the OTC pregnancy tests can be taken as early as 5 days prior to your period. With the more basic ones, you should wait at least 2-3 days after the missed period to allow the pregnancy hormones to build up enough to be detected. Would need more info on the clear discharge. Such as is it thick or thin, actually clear or more opaque?Answeryou can take a pregnancy test on the day of your missed period, but you should take another test in 3 to 5 days


Can be a sign of pregnancy go take a test or make an appointment with your doctor to have a blood test done hope this helps good luck and God Bless!!! get a pregnancy test, stuff always seems to discharge for hundreds of reasons


Most likely it would not. Ovulation occurs about 14 days prior to menstruation, then there is a maturation process that begins after conception - prior to the fertilized egg implanting in the uterine lining - once in the uterus the hCG level needs to reach 50 to 100 to register positive on a urine test. Start to finish this process takes about 12 to 16 days on average and thus most women getting a positive test between 1 day and 1 week after their missed period.


well pregnancy symptoms can start prior to period. 1week before your period symptoms may be seen. fatigue,nausea,frequent urination are the signs you can notice.


Most home pregnancy tests (urine tests) are accurate the day you miss your period. The day you miss your period, you conceived approximately 2 weeks prior, but technically you are "4 weeks pregnant" because pregnancy is calculated based off the date of your last menstrual period (LPM). Some pregnancy tests are accurate prior to the first day of a missed period. Most symptoms (nausea, breast tenderness, etc) start around 5 weeks after your LMP (3 weeks after conception). However, it is important to note that not all women experience symptoms.



On or just after your expected period. Some tests can be taken 5days prior to your expected period. Good luck!


You could be. It is best to take a hpt 5 to 10 days after a missed period to get the most accurate result, otherwie you can get a false negative. Normally a women is late at some time or another. (Stress & eating habits are 2 common reasons why a period is late...Other then pregnancy that is)


* Conception usually occurs about 5-7 days after intercourse * Your most fertile period is about 5 days before ovulation * For most(but not all) women ovulation occurs about 14 days prior to her period. Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue * nausea/vomiting * increased sense of smell * weight gain Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/


The luteal phase after ovulation is typically two weeks long on average. So two weeks prior to your period lines up with ovulation when it is possible to conceive. It is unlikely to have any symptoms of pregnancy two weeks before your period. Good luck!


yes. Many woman have a first period but found out a few weeks later that they are pregnant... Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/ * Conception usually occurs about 5-7 days after intercourse * Your most fertile period is about 5 days before ovulation * For most(but not all) women ovulation occurs about 14 days prior to her period.


Usually a woman won't ovulate until all hcg has disappeared from her body, and it is unusual but not impossible for a woman to bleed without ovulating (not counting situations where artificial hormones are being used.) It is rare to have a positive pregnancy test 7 days after ovulation, but not impossible. It is entirely possible to get pregnant after having a baby without having had a period at all. If you are less than 4 weeks postpartum, a positive pregnancy test is likely due to residual hcg in your body from your prior pregnancy. If you are more than 4 weeks, any positive pregnancy test is likely to be correct.


It depends on the type of pregnancy test you are using. There are some that you can take up to seven days before your period - HOWEVER, accuracy improves the closer you get to the time of your normal period. At seven days prior, only 53% of pregnant women test positive. Also, a blood test works a week after supposed conception. If you can't afford to go to the doctor or are on your parents' insurance, go to a crisis pregnancy center. You'll be able to get a free or reduced-price blood test.



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