If you used a medication during the process that contains HCG, you have to wait 10 days to let it get out of your system, or you could get a false positive. That said, you could begin doing home tests 10 days or more after the IUI, use first morning urine, and if you begin testing before day 12 then you can expect a possible false negative test.
I have had 4 inseminations and still am not pregnant. My doctor tells me that pregnancy symptoms will be the same as anyone else's pregnancy symptoms. So, I would take a blood pregnancy test 14 days post insemination at your doctor's office as it measures the smallest amount of HCG in your system.
You can take a pregnancy test 14 days after sex.
Nowadays, most pregnancy tests can give a result as soon as a period is due.
A pregnancy test is effective from as soon as two weeks after you last had sex. Check the packet on the pregnancy test to make sure the one you use is effective that soon into pregnancy, or you can see your doctor for more accurate testing.
It's not reliable until 2 weeks after sex.
After about a week.
For a pregnancy test in about a day after you had sex to see if your pregnant.
You can take a pregnancy test from as soon as two weeks after sex.
As soon as you suspect having conceived, you can go in for a pregnancy test. But don't expect 100% reliability early on.
No, it takes on average 2 weeks for hcg to be strong enough to show on a hpt,