A pregnancy test should be taken after your first missed period, however there are a few tests which you can take at least 6 days before your missed period.
usually a urine test can be taken about 5 days before your missed period.
When you miss a period , you should take a pregnancy test at once, because you could very well be pregnant.
If you missed a period and you have taken 3 pregnancy tests that are all negative, you are probably wondering what is going on. Many factors can cause you to have a missed period such as stress, overexertion, certain medication and a change in lifestyle. You may want to make an appointment to see your doctor if you miss another period.
See your doctor.
Some tests can be taken a day before your missed period. Some have to be taken a day after your missed period. Read the instrutions in the box and they will tell you on what day can you use the test.
AnswerMost tests can be taken one day after a missed period. Some can be taken sooner. Read the boxes and it will let you know.AnswerA week or two after your missed period.
If taken properly you should have accurate results by this time.
As soon as your missed period. Blood tests can be taken even before.
It depends on which test you buy. Some say as early as 5 days before your missed period. However, even if these tests are taken prior to a missed period, the results can be incorrect. It seems as if the odds of having a correct result are higher if you wait until after your missed period.
First thing in the morning, after you have missed a period. Taken too soon (before your period is late) the test may result in a false negative.
Take tests at a doctors and don't trust the home pregnancy ones.
Then you are pregnant.
No, you don't have to miss your period in order to find out that you're pregnant. A pregnancy test can be taken from two weeks after you've had sex, you don't have to wait for a missed period.
Medical tests are never 100% certain. They can give a false positive, and a false negative result. You are asking about the possibility of a falsely negative result from a pregnancy test. These tests provide less certain results, the earlier in a pregnancy that they are taken. A sensible insurance is a retest. Yes. Usually you are suppose to take a pregnancy tests as soon as you miss your period.
If after 4 months of having no period you are either pregnant or have a medical condition that would need to be taken care of immediately. After the first month of a missed period you should have taken a pregnancy test, not waiting until a 4 month mark. Going to see a Ob/Gyn would be a great idea if you havent already made an appointment. Good Luck
Of course there is a chance, but I have honestly been late on almost every period and dont take a test then I end up getting my period.
Some pregnancy tests claim they can detect pregnancy one, three, or even five days before a missed period (which you wouldn't know you missed yet...) Pregnancy occurs during ovulation. Now ovulation generally occurs 2 weeks after day 1 of the period. Pregnancy test can be taken at any time regardless of the timing of the cycle. It is important to remember that pregnancy tests may be falsely negative early on during pregnancy as the levels of beta hCG are too low to be detected.
A woman is generally a couple of weeks into her pregnancy before any real signs occur. Unfortunately, these early symptoms of pregnancy are much like that of an upcoming period. However, a home pregnancy test can detect the pregnancy hormone HCG as early as 4 days before your missed period -- depending upon which test you use. A blood sample can be taken by your doctor to detect pregnancy even sooner. A woman is generally a couple of weeks into her pregnancy before any real signs occur. Unfortunately, these early symptoms of pregnancy are much like that of an upcoming period. However, a home pregnancy test can detect the pregnancy hormone HCG as early as 4 days before your missed period -- depending upon which test you use. A blood sample can be taken by your doctor to detect pregnancy even sooner.
The first sign is a missed period. Then a home pregnancy test confirming the pregnancy and then a doctor visit where a blood test is taken and a physical exam will confirm a pregnancy. Accompany her to the doctor to get the information first hand. www.newmommyteesandjeans.com
If you are on your period there is generally no reason for a pregnancy test as this indicates that you are NOT pregnant. You should take a pregnancy test if you MISS a period.
Have her do a pregnancy test. IE Pee on a stick. Also, doctor can perform blood test. Talk to the girl to ascertain date of last period and when/if sexual activity has taken place. Hi, * Missed period. * Symptoms of pregnancy. * Whether she had unprotected sex or not. * Do a pregnancy test if her period doesn't arrive.
Most home pregnancy tests say that they can only predict pregnancy accurately up to the first day of your missed period. Anything taken before that is pretty useless.
If you mean what time of day, it doesn't matter. But it is said that you will have the highest level of the pregnancy hormone with your first pee of the day. If you mean what time of the month, then it is after you have missed your period. Some tests can be taken a few days before your period is supposed to start.