Well, that is something that an ultrasound will have to determine. The theory is that you are pregnant (conception has occurred) sometime after your last period. Conception doesn't necessarily occur the moment that the man ejaculates his sperm into the vagina. So, yes, you did become pregnant somewhere between when you had sex after your last period, but before you realized that you were late in getting your period. This has to be discovered by the ultrasound, to determine the EDD (estimated due date).
It's different for everyone because it depends when you got pregnant and how long your cycles are
Take it the first day of your missed period.
Your first sign of pregnancy is typically your missed period. Symotoms, such as breast changes, begin to occur within the week of your missed period or it could eve be 1-2 weeks after the week of your missed period.
Pregnancy signs vary. The first sign you will get is a missed period. You should take a pregnancy test if you have had unprotected intercourse and have missed your period.
Cramping, nausea, and fatigue can be signs of pregnancy. These symptoms, along with tender, swollen breasts, and frequent urination are the first signs of pregnancy, after a missed period.
A pregnancy test should be taken after your first missed period, however there are a few tests which you can take at least 6 days before your missed period.
After the first missed period.
No this is not a sign of pregnancy. Typically the first sign of pregnancy will be a missed period.
The first day after your missed period. There are some tests that you can take up to 5 days before your missed period.
Well if you missed your first period and lets say your period came on April 18th and you period was suppose to show up on March 18-19th then your baby would be 4 wks.
Yes. Most tests claim 99% accuracy from the first day of your missed period and beyond.
Pregnancy symptoms vary from person to person. Some people experience no symptoms at all before a missed period. Some women experience symptoms such as fatigue, nausea or breast tenderness. Pay attention to your body, and take a pregnancy test on the first day of your missed period.
Some women get funny tastes but it is not a sign of pregnancy. The first sign of pregnancy you will get is a missed period. Take a pregnancy test if you are unsure.
The technology is getting there, I do know that most pregnancy tests are capable of detecting up to 5 days before the first missed period.
Hello. Yes you can. Ealy pregnancy symptoms are usually period like cramping but without the period.
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.
You might be pregnant. Most pregnancy tests can detect pregnancy on the first day of your missed period, some three or more days before.
If it has made you very poorly then it is possible. But rule out pregnancy first.
The first symptom is a missed period. Then sore breasts, bloating, and nausea.
missed periodmorning sicknessheadacheslight headedness(etc.)
The usual first visit is about 8 weeks after you have missed your period.
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.
It's possible. One of the first signs of pregnancy is a missed period but you usually have symptoms. I would take a pregnancy test to be sure. 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, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
ASAP. Especially if you've already missed a period. Many of the newer meters can detect pregnancy before the first missed period. (or so they say)
I have bit it didnt show up till I took 1 the first day of my missed period but every one is different. And on my first day of missed period I could barely see the lines cause my hormone levels were still low