Normally it is around 12 days past ovulation, some women can test accuratley at 9 days past ovulation. Take a sensitive test (the ones that say 5 days before your missed period) and if it is negative, take another one the day after your period is due if it doesn't come incase you implanted late.
About 2 weeks after conception a pregnancy test will be accurate. You should ensure to take the test in the morning when the level of the pregnancy hormone, hCG will be at its highest.
how long after conception can a pregnancy test detect that your pregnant
From conception to the birth..depending on the expiration date on test....
A blood test for pregnancy (hcg, or human chorionic gonadotropin) will be accurate at implantation, which occurs about 8-12 days after conception. HCG is detectable as early as 8 days post-conception.
2 weeks after conception
It can, but you should wait at least 2 weeks for accurate pregnancy test results.
Yes, 10 days is a bit too early for an accurate result of a pregnancy test. You should take a pregnancy test anywhere from 2 weeks to a month for an acurate result on a pregnancy test.
You can take a pregnancy test at the time but it might not be accurate. You should wait 10 daya after conception.
when you think you're pregnant there supposed to be accurate 5 days after conception
I've heard reports of people getting positives as soon as 7 days past conception, however.. you are more likely to get a more accurate result by waiting 12-16 days past conception to test. ~pawsalmighty http://www.peeonastick.com
Yes a home pregnancy test will be accurate usually. But a blood test is the most accurate way of determing pregnancy.
It is accurate as long as you do not let any menstrual blood get on the test strip.
About 2 weeks
Modern home pregnancy tests are pretty accurate and can detect the chemical markers for pregnancy about 6-12 days after conception. There are (more expensive, laboratory only) tests that are able to detect pregnancy as little as 48 hours after conception. If you're asking how long it takes to take the test ... not long at all, maybe 15 minutes.
about 1O-14 days after conception.
Most pregnancy tests are accurate day one of your missed period, if your test is negative retake it in 3 to 7 days.
any pregnancy test would be accurate. Your period does not change the results of a pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty
Yes; a home pregnancy test should be accurate 14 days after conception. This would include the second trimester.
Yes. The pregnancy test should be accurate whenever you take it
Pregnancy can be detected in some women as early as 10 days after conception but it varies from person to person. The longer it has been since conception the more accurate your test results are likely to be.
The earliest you can take a pregnancy test is 2 weeks after sex. It takes 2 weeks until conception has finished.
yes you can store urine I did it for four hours and then used a pregnancy test and my results were positive and accurate
About 2 weeks after conception
If you're period is normal then its highly unlikely you're pregnant. But you can do a pregnancy test 3 weeks after conception.