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What type of pregnancy test is the best to take?

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First response..it can detect pregnancy 6 days before ur period

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The best pregnancy test you can get is from your dooctr, you can pee in a cup or they will take blood. Every pregnancy test you buy in the store has a chance of being wrong.


It depends on the type of test. Some tests take only a few seconds; others take weeks or months.


A serum pregnancy test is a blood test performed in a physician's office or laboratory to get quantitative hCG. A "triple screen" is a blood test for hCG, AFP, and uE3. The other type of pregnancy test is an over-the-counter test which examines urine for the presence of hCG.


When it comes to taking a pregnancy test, the best time to take the test is first thing as soon as you wake up in the morning, it will give you a sure accurate result so you don't have to worry if the test is wrong or not. Do not drink anything at all before you take your pregnancy test, don't even take any medication with a mouth full of water. Just go right from the bedroom to the bathroom with your test and hope for the best. If any type of liquid is taken in before the test is taken your more likely to get a negative test even though your pregnant. So skip the liquids. After the test you could drink all you want, and hopefully you'll be drinking for two.


One that says that it is for early detection or says that it is sensitive. The number you should look for on the package is 20mlU/mL. This means that it can detect a very low amount of hCG in your urine. Check out this site for all your home pregnancy test questions: http://www.peeonastick.com


A pregnancy test on birth control will be accurate and probably negative. Birth control gives you pregnancy-type symptoms but if you have not taken your pills correctly or have been taking abtibiotics which may reduce their effectiveness take a pregnancy test.


Most of blod and urine pregnancy tests measure the level of hormone called hCG, which is created after the egg is fertilized. Different pregnancy test may have different sensitivity, so it will depend on particular test type when it will test positive. However usually a pregnancy test will test positive after first few days of pregnancy.


Some women have mild PMS type cramps throughout their pregnancy, take a home test or go see a doctor to be sure.



It does not matter what type of pregnancy test you take. They are all the same. But if you think that you are pregnant and your test turns out to be negative, i would go and see your doctor as soon as possible. Walmart has pregacy test that are $5.00 ad work really well.


sometimes when you take a home pregnancy test and my not read your body type you may have to take a blood test and sometimes that could tell you your not pregnant With home pregnancy test is best to take with the first morning urine that have the highest HGC levels that's in the pregnancy that's gives you the positive sign With a blood test there reading your hormone levels if your levels don't read a certain number that's also called a non pregnancy this does not mean your not pregnant if you get these results sometimes if you take a home or blood test to early your body want tell you your pregnant I happen to me I had a blood test and they said it was negative go back a month later and I was 8 weeks pregnant


You may be pregnant but took the test too early or its a false negative. A blood type is most accurate.


It is definitely possible for an at home pregnancy test to be wrong. It can depend on the type of test or you could have taken it too early. Wait a little longer and go to the doctor.


Gravindex is a type of pregnancy test, which uses urine to detect HCG. Urine pregnancy tests are now around 97% precise.


Yes. My sister-in-law had an ectopic pregnancy. Pregnancy tests measure the level of HPC (human chorionic gonadotropin) in your system, which is a hormone produced early in pregnancy by the placenta (the sac surrounding the baby). Regardless of the type of pregnancy, a pregnancy test will tell you the correct answer.


It means that the manufacture made a defective pregnancy test and i would go back to the store and buy myself another pregnancy test. Do not take that test as a negative test or any type of result, there is something wrong with it. In a pregnancy test there's only two results 1 line for negative or 2 lines for positive not none in the result window. So go and get another one right away especially if you think your pregnant. So you can get to a doctor.


Well it depends on your body type pre pregnancy. But by two months your breast will usually be tender... and umm larger. Still pregnancy test is the best way to tell.


The blood test is used to determine blood type, DNA identification, HIV/AIDS test and pregnancy test.


Any type of diet pills including Ephedra can affect your future pregnancy. If you are pregnant, or considering getting pregnant, it would be best to consult a doctor for the best advice on what type of pills would be safe and acceptable to take.


You can take a blood test because the doctor can tell if you are pregnant through that type test earlier than through a pregnancy test. Talk with your doctor about other tests. These tests may be low-priced or high-priced. If you can got to your local free clinic.


Yes you can still be pregnant after you have a period. It is not common and not always healthy for the baby that you're losing blood, but it is possible. Just ask my sister. She had normal periods all throughout her pregnancy with my nephew. Again I say it is not common for this to happen, but it is possible. Take a pregnancy test to determine whether you are or not. If you do not trust the store take-home type, then go to your doctor and get a blood test done to determine if you're pregnant. Sometimes pregnancy symptoms are all in your head, so a test to determine your actual pregnancy would be best before you make any further plans or choices.


When on medication, your pregnacy test may result in false information depending on what type of medication was taken.


Yes. My sister-in-law had an ectopic pregnancy (which is what you're describing). Pregnancy tests measure the level of HPC (human chorionic gonadotropin) in your system, which is a hormone produced early in pregnancy by the placenta (the sac surrounding the baby). Regardless of the type of pregnancy, a pregnancy test will tell you the correct answer. Actually it's HCG. Not HPC.


When the test is the type of test used to for when humans cross breed with microbes, then yes, if infact you do have an unholy creation in you, then the test will show positive. However, a regular test will not do that.


No. The hormones detected by a pregnancy test is for a growth hormone the embryo produces to help maintain the pregnancy. The Depo Provera shot is a different type of hormone that has nothing to do with any hormones detected by a pregnancy test. A positive pregnancy test means you're pregnant, even if you are on or recently stopped Depo Provera. A negative pregnancy test means you're not pregnant, or that you took the test too early. Repeat the test in a week or two. If that one is also negative, you're not pregnant. Since women often have no period when they're on Depo Provera and after they stop the shot, many come to believe they must be pregnant. Symptoms ranging from breast tenderness and cramping (which can mean ovulation after stopping depo provera) to headaches, gas, and yeast infection become "proof" to women that they must be pregnant. Take one pregnancy test is you really think you might be pregnant. Take another two weeks later. Follow the instructions that come with the test. If you're pregnant, that second test will come up positive. Don't waste your money taking a dozen pregnancy tests.



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