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How early should you be able to detect pregnancy in the urine?

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Answered 2006-08-12 04:55:51

5 days before your period is due, or at about 5 or 6 weeks of pregnancy

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Urine. Ammonia. The smell of urine does not change in early pregnancy. Or late pregnancy.


Urine pregnancy tests normally detect >25. A result below that could indicate very early pregnancy, or the tail end of a miscarriage.


A urine pregnancy test detects hCG, or human chorionic gonadotropin.


Blood test are good for women who do not have enough hcg in their urine to detect on a home urine pregnancy test. A blood test can detect pregnancy before a hpt can. Hopes this help


No, you cannot see hcg in your urine. HCG refers to pregnancy blood test drawn from your arm (and you should not have blood in your urine). Instead, the urine pregnancy test is UCG, and you cannot see it but the test kit can detect it.


Pregnancy and illness are easily differentiated by a urine pregnancy test. A urine pregnancy test will detect pregnancy hormone as soon as 10-12 days after conception.


There is a hormone that can be traced in your urine when you are pregnant, and that is called the HCG hormone. Advanced pregnancy tests can detect this hormone & what percentage of the HCG hormone that is in your urine.


A mix of blood and urine on the pregnancy test will dilute the hormone and can make it more difficult to detect. So, yes. It can keep you from getting positive response.



Gravindex is a type of pregnancy test, which uses urine to detect HCG. Urine pregnancy tests are now around 97% precise.


The very earliest a home pregnancy test can detect a pregnancy, is 6 DPO, or 6 days past ovulation. However, some babies will not implant until as late as 10-12 DPO, which in that case, a pregnancy test would not be able to detect a pregnancy until after the period is missed. For a pregnancy test to be able to detect a pregnancy, the baby has to have implanted into the uterine wall, so that hCG can be produced. HCG can be detected in the blood before it can be detected in the urine, so if you really want to know if you are pregnant, you might want to get a blood test done by your OB.


yes. your ovulation could have commenced before insemination, giving you a full period now. if you are concerned about an early pregnancy, you should go to your doctor and have a blood test, not a urine test, to detect pregnancy hormones in your system.


This will generally depend on the test that is used to detect a pregnancy. Blood tests are more accurate in that they can detect a pregnancy earlier. As soon as two weeks after a missed period, blood tests can detect levels of Hcg (the hormone pregnant females produce). Urine pregnancy tests generally do not detect a pregnancy before the 6th week because sometimes it takes that long for Hcg levels to rise to the point where a urine test will be sensitive enough to detect it.


In extrememly early pregnancies, as the pregnancy hormone is still being produced, taking the pregnancy test in the morning after you wake up is slightly more accurate as the urine is more concentrated. In the afternoon you may get a negative test result because the urine is dilated and therefore there may not be enough hormone to detect in your urine.


For the most accurate results, the only urine that should touch the pregnancy test should be you.


A vaginal sonogram can not detect pregnancy until you are 6-7 weeks into the pregnancy. A urine pregnancy test has difficulty detecting a low amount of HCG during early pregnancy & because of this it is always best to perform a urine pregnancy test 3-4 weeks after you had unprotected sex. Congratulations on your pregnancy & see your doctor for confirmation.


Urine tests will detect human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG).


One that says that it is for early detection or says that it is sensitive. The number you should look for on the package is 20mlU/mL. This means that it can detect a very low amount of hCG in your urine. Check out this site for all your home pregnancy test questions: http://www.peeonastick.com


Pregnancy tests detect certain chemicals in a woman's urine which are otherwise not present if not pregnant. Otherwise NO.


You can go to any pharmacy and pick up a home pregnancy test. This is a stick which will detect pregnancy through urine. They are fairly reliable but to be 100% sure you should visit a clinic and get a blood test.


Sometimes a blood test could detect as early as 7 days after conception.a urine test is less sensitive, though I've heard of positive tests as early as 8 or 9 days after, but usually it's more like 12 or more days.~pawsalmightyAnswerTwo days before your period is expected. Answerat first thought of being pregnant however most women wait until 3-days after their missed period to take a pregnancy test i would sugest the: EPT pregnancy test(error proof test) AnswerThe earliest and most accurate time you can detect pregnancy is with a urine test....home pregnancy test, when your late for your period or three weeks after having unprotected sex. Or with a blood test, you can detect pregnancy within 5-7 days after having sex.


Yes, if it's too early you can get a false negative (ie. there isn't enough HcG in your urine yet for the test to detect). It can tell you you're not pregnant when you actually are in the very early stages. If you miss your period, take another test.


Every doctors office is different, but the very earliest a pregnancy test can detect pregnancy is 10 MIU. Most tests detect at 20 or 25 tho. So chances are, if your home test is negative, your doctor will say the same thign.


Yes, because blood tests detect pregnancy earlier than urine tests do.


The color of the urine is based on how much you drink, not whether you are pregnant or not. You can not tell that by looking at your urine.



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