any pregnancy test would be accurate. Your period does not change the results of a pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty
Yes. The pregnancy test should be accurate whenever you take it
Taking a pregnancy test seven days before a missed period won't be accurate.
2 weeks after sex at the earliest
You can take an at home pregnancy test up to 4 days before your expected pregnancy. The longer you wait the more accurate result you get but you can as soon as 4 days before.
You can take a pregnancy test 14 days after sex.
Yes. It depnds on how soon the pregnancy test was done after a 'missed' period. The longer after the missed period, the more accurate the results. Some pregnancy tests are designed to detect pregnancy earliesrthan others. A blood test is the most accurate test for pregnancy.
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.
You can take a pregnancy test 2-3 weeks after you had unprotected intercourse and it will be accurate.
Store bought pregnancy tests (OTC) are most accurate at the beginning of the missed period.
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.
Yes a home pregnancy test will be accurate usually. But a blood test is the most accurate way of determing pregnancy.