Well it is hard to say without knowing when your are supposed to have your period. The best time to take a pregnancy test is either the day before your expected period or the day of your expected period. According to the ClearBlue pregnancy test accuracy results they are: 4 days before expected period= 51% accurate
3 days before expected period= 82% accurate
2 days before expected period= 90% accurate
1 day before expected period =95% accurate
the day of expected period =99% accurate
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.
10 to 14 days. However, it isn't conception that matters. It's implantation.
19 days after intercourse may result in a accurate pregnancy test.
Early result pregnancy tests will sometimes show positive 10 days after conception or 5 days before your expected period.
It depends on the type of test. With todays accurate methods, a blood test can indicate a pregnancy from 7-10 days after conception. The longer time after, the more accurate the result will be. Some women may get a negative result very early on even though they are indeed pregnant.
It's possible but not likely. You should wait approximately fourteen days after intercourse to get an accurate pregnancy test result.
It is more accurate to wait 14 or 15 days after conception. Everything needs to get in place and ready and if you don't give it time you won't get the right answer.
a accurate result would be true as possible but a reliable result would be one that is compared
If the doctor told you that you are pregnant, then you probably are. The doctors do a blood test which is way more accurate then peeing on a stick!
If you already have symptoms, go ahead and test, buy a multiple pack and save one for later though, in case it's too early. Ideally you want to wait until your period is late, to get the most accurate test results. HCG( the pregnancy hormone) begins to show up in urine at about 10-14 days after conception. ~pawsalmighty
That is a possible symptom of pregnancy, although it is more likely to be a symptom of eating certain types of food (beans, onions, etc.). There are pregnancy tests which will give you a much more accurate result than you will get by trying to assess your flatulence.
It is possible, but not as likely to result in pregnancy as intercourse.