It will probably come out negative. Unless it is really close to your period starting, then it may come out positive, if you are. The best way to get correct results is to wait until the day before, the day of, or the day after you are supposed to start your period. Or go see a doctor for a blood test.
Maybe your home pregnancy test is not accurate. It is thought that about 40% of pregnancies are 'lost' with the first period. Until the last few years there was no way of knowing you were pregnant before missing a period so this did not happen.
The soonest I have seen for a home pregnancy test is 5 days before your missed period.
Take a pregnancy test. Buy and use a HPT. (home pregnancy test)
IT may,it depends on when your period it expected. It is more accurate to take the pregnancy test at the most,Five days before your missed period. It will be most accurate to take the pregnancy test the day before your missed period.
No. A period in itself is also not a "sign" of pregnancy. Although it does happen sometimes, many women don't have their period while pregnant. If you are unsure, see you doctor. If you do not want to see a doctor, take an at home pregnancy test.
Most at home tests can detect a pregnancy as early as two weeks before a woman's missed period.
Early pregnancy feels just like your period is going to start. if your home test was positive, then you are pregnant. ~pawsalmighty
Several home pregnancy tests advertise that they can detect the pregnancy hormone pretty accurately up to five days before your (missed) period. However, it is a good idea to follow it up with an additional home pregnancy test should you discover that you have indeed missed your period at its expected time (should you have regular cycles), just to be sure whether or not the first one was accurate.
Probably not, unless you are pregnant with multiples.
Some pregnancy tests claim 2-3 days before your period. Most home tests ask that you wait for 3-4 days after your period before testing. Hospitals and labs ask the same.