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as soon as you think you are pregnant ,just take the test to see.

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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.


There are many home pregnancy tests for your friend to use. Home pregnancy test are pretty much the same in terms of accuracy and reliability, so I would recommend the pregnancy test that is the cheapest at a local grocery store or pharmacy.


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The instructions on the home pregnancy test I checked say that the only drug that should affect your test is if you get an HCG shot.


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i would try another home test to be sure. the hormones that are used to identify pregnancy can be found sooner in the blood than in the urine.


usually yes. Most pregnancy tests will say on the box how soon they can be used. most are one to two days before.


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no a blood pregnancy test can scan for lower levels of pregnancy hormones then a pregnancy test. a blood test can usually be taken after two weeks ovulatsion. depending on when you ovulated if you know i surgest if you wish to find out if your pregnant before your missed period that you use a pregnancy test whitch can detect the pregnancy hormones 6 days early. it will be best for you to take this test with the first pee in the morning.



Two or three days if you are going to see your doctor for a blood test or a week if you plan to use a Home Pregnancy Test, that checks for hCG in urine.



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Yes. In vitro means, "in glass" or "outside of the body", and In vitro pregnancy test is a test that is performed "outside" of the human body. In vitro fertilization is egg fertilization that is performed outside of the body. All home pregnancy tests are "in vitro".


It could be, if you are sexually active or it could be your period was just late and about to start. If your period is late you can use a Home Pregnancy Test or stop by Planned Parenthood for a test.


You can use the test at any time. But do more than 2. But always consult your doctor is you think you are.


yes it does that why you use first morning urine



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