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Is 10 days after sex too early to take a blood test for pregnancy?

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2011-09-13 00:15:51
2011-09-13 00:15:51

10 days after sex is too early to do a Qualiative blood test. However it definitely isn't too early to do a Quantitative Beta HCG Blood Test which will measure the amount of HCG present in your blood and is a highly accurate test in confirming pregnancy. You can do this test 5 days after conception.

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About 12-14 days after ovulation is safe (about 2-4 days before your period is due) ~pawsalmighty

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You can test as early as 5 days after conception with a quantitative blood test at your doctors. Or as early as two days before your period is due with a HPT.

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You can take a home pregnancy test the day of a missed period. If its negative you may want to test again in a few days because home pregnancy tests detect HCG and it may be possible that you just didnt have enough yet. It increases rapidly in the beginning of pregnancy. Most blood tests at the doctor can confirm pregnancy 8-10 days past ovulation.

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Some pregnancy tests can detect pregnancy as early as when a woman is two days late with her menstrual cycle. You will only know the outcome if you take the test.

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my digital pregnancy test came out positive when i was only 10 days pregnant dont ask how but it did! my digital pregnancy test came out positive when i was only 10 days pregnant dont ask how but it did!

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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.

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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.

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Yes. You should wait around 14 to 16 days after sex to take a home pregnancy test.

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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.

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If it is when your period is meant to be, take a pregnancy test. If you miss your period, take a pregnancy test

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It is WAY too early to take a pregnancy test. You have to wait until you at least miss your period to take a test. EPT has a test that you can take 5 days BEFORE your missed period. But there is no way you can take a test now. It will come back not pregnant even if you are.

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No. It takes at least 10 days for the egg to implant. After that it will show up on tests. Good Luck

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It will normally take one or two days to get the result of a pregnancy blood test. This test will be carried out at your doctor's surgery.

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If your period is a week early it normally means you're pregnant. You should take a pregnancy test quick.

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no it is not too early to take a blood test. Pregnant is pregnant As you ovulate 2 weeks before a period, AND you have to have the egg fertilised, AND it takes 6-10 days for the fertilised egg to implant there is no way a blood test is going to tell you if you are pregnant or not. Pregnant is pregnant only with hindsight.

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14 days early would not indicate pregnancy, but it could be an implantation bleed, or it could be caused by sex or just an early period, I would go and see the doctor if it doesnt stop in the normal period time or take a home pregnancy test when your period is due.

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Sometimes a blood test could detect as early as 7 days after conception.a urine test is less sensitive, though I've heard of positive tests as early as 8 or 9 days after, but usually it's more like 12 or more days.~pawsalmightyAnswerTwo days before your period is expected. Answerat first thought of being pregnant however most women wait until 3-days after their missed period to take a pregnancy test i would sugest the: EPT pregnancy test(error proof test) AnswerThe earliest and most accurate time you can detect pregnancy is with a urine test....home pregnancy test, when your late for your period or three weeks after having unprotected sex. Or with a blood test, you can detect pregnancy within 5-7 days after having sex.

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It depends on when you ovulated. Usually that is the perfect time to test but if it's negative, test again in 5-7 days or go in for a blood test.

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yes you can take a early pregnancy test about 4 days after ovulaion, that is about 18 days after the begining of your last period. answer I doubt it. You need to wait at least 10 days after conception/ovulation. That is the least!

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I am not sure about a blood test, but at 5 days before the expected period a home pregnancy test is 51% accurate. By one day before it is 95% accurate. A woman's hCG levels double every two days until about 7-12 weeks of pregnancy.

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Depends on what kind you take. If you take a HTP (Home Pregnancy Test) it would take 2-3 minutes just to find out. If your taking a blood test, it takes from 1-3 days to get the results in depending on if your health provider sends off the blood tests or can do blood tests in their own office.

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Most pregnancy tests (including e.p.t®) can be used as early as 4 days before an expected period.


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