You should wait until you have missed your period. If it is negative and you haven't gotten your period in a week, take another test.
If you've missed your period you should wait 2 weeks min until taking a HTP
You can, but you will get a false reading. Wait until you have missed your period.
You should wait until your period is late to have the most accurate test results. good luck! ~pawsalmighty
Certain pregnancy tests will show 5 days before your missed period, however I would wait until your period is officially late to take one just in case.
Your period would probably not come until your 3rd or 4th sugar pill. If you started taking the pills on the Sunday before your period did that period come?
If you want to suppress just the one period you can get specific pills from the doctor, but if you need contraception as well you can start birth control. However you will not be protected from pregnancy for about 3 weeks.
Not always. I would wait until you have actually missed your period before you take a test
You shouldn't start worrying until after you miss your period.
Most women should wait at least a few days after sex before taking a pregnancy test.
Typically u want to wait until after you've missed your period.
look love, having your period is natures own little pregnancy test, you don't get it if your pregnant... if you think the pregnancy is recent ie just before, during your pregnancy, you should just think of the "rythm" method...
Yes, with my first pregnancy that ended in a miscarriage I got a positive 5 days before my period was due, but with this pregnancy i didn't get a positive until I was 4 days late! Remember, it's not over until AF shows her ugly face. good luck =)
If it's positive, it 's accurate. If it's negative, you can't trust it until your period is a week or so late.
Yes it is, you should take the test at the earliest which is 5 days before a missed period. 5 days before a missed period? how is she going to know her period is not going to come ahead of time? I would wait until the period doesnot come to take the test or only take it before the period if you believe you are having an unwanted pregnancy.
Well if you have taken a home-pregnancy test and it is positive then yes, you should stop. But you should not take the pregnancy test until at least the day of your expected period or 14 days after intercourse other wise your results will not likely be accurate. If you do get a positive pregnancy test then go ahead and stop taking your birth control and make an appointment with an OB/GYN. If the test is negative, continue taking your birth control pills until you do get a positive pregnancy test. If you stop taking it before you get the test results and it is negative, your chances of pregnancy are heightened greatly. But if you continue taking it until you get a positive test result, you will not have had enough to cause any harm to the baby.
I think about 3 or 4 days before your expected period, however, you can get a more accurate result if you wait until you have actually missed your period.
Yes. Pregnancy tests may not show a positive result until right before or even days after your missed period.
Yes, that is a possibility. One skipped period is of itself not a certain indication of pregnancy, but it's one explanation for the missed period. Consider a pregnancy test.
A pregnancy test can detect the pregnancy hormone 7-14 days after conception, because most women do not ovulate until two weeks before your period is supposed to start. It is useless to take a test within five days of your missed period.
Early pregnancy symptoms can sometimes happen before a missed period and before a positive pregnancy test. Especially the 3, 4, 5, and 6 weeks pregnant signs. Early pregnancy symptoms and signs are usually related to the pregnancy hormone hCG or "Human Chorionic Gonadotropin" which is responsible for pregnancy signs. Even though hCG is usually not detectable in large number until after a missed menstrual period, there are many women who report having typical pregnancy symptoms even before they miss their period. There are early detection pregnancy tests available that can confirm pregnancy as early as 6 - 8 days after conception has occurred (well before a missed period).
From the lables on most pregnancy tests they wont registare the pregnancy hormone until around the time you miss your period. I find it varies by person though. I would say wait a week or two before taking it. If you don't miss your period there shouldn't be much of an issue but you may want to take one if you are really worried.AnswerFrom the lables on most pregnancy tests they wont registare the pregnancy hormone until around the time you miss your period. I find it varies by person though. I would say wait a week or two before taking it. If you don't miss your period there shouldn't be much of an issue but you may want to take one if you are really worried. AnswerSome doctors suggest between 3 - 4 weeks but there are new pregnancy test kits that can be used within a few days check with your local wal mart or pharmacy.
Most women wait until their period is overdue. They don't take a test before their period. Why waste money on a test when you don't suspect that you're pregnant?
If you put the patch on before your period is due, you may stop your period or you may have irregular bleeding. Remember that you won't be protected against pregnancy until you've used the patch correctly for seven days.
No, Wait until the day of your next expected period. Or get first response it can tell earliest of 6 days before period but not a 100% accuracy.