Usually if you miss your expected period, but now there are tests that can detect a pregnancy tests a little before your period is suppose to be.
Home pregnancy tests detect hormone levels in your urine. Those hormones take a few days to show up. Home pregnancy tests are becoming much more sophisticated, and are able to detect pregnancy sooner and sooner.
Yes and no. All home pregnancy tests are decting the same hormone, HCG, a hormone that is produced by the developing placenta. However, all home pregnancy tests do not detect HCG at the same levels. So some brands may show positive results sooner than others.
* home pregnancy tests * or the doctor can perform a blood and urine test to check your hCG levels (pregnancy hormone levels)
Most tests these days will detect the hormone in 9 to 10 days.
No. Fertility tests are made to detect FSH not hCG. You will need to buy an actual home pregnancy test or see your Dr.
By then they should be able to detect.....because the hormone will be producing to care for the baby.
Most at home tests can detect a pregnancy as early as two weeks before a woman's missed period.
Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic for treatment of urinary tract infections caused by bacteria. No, pregnancy tests detect HCG and the medication would not interfere with the HCG levels in your urine.
Some home pregnancy tests are more sensitive than others. The more sensitive tests may be able to detect seven days after conception.
Every doctors office is different, but the very earliest a pregnancy test can detect pregnancy is 10 MIU. Most tests detect at 20 or 25 tho. So chances are, if your home test is negative, your doctor will say the same thign.
Azithromycin won't affect a pregnancy test; pregnancy tests are dependant on hormone levels and azithromycin antibiotic doesn't affect hormone levels.