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When is it too soon to take a pregnancy test and how many days or weeks are you suppose to wait when you spot a week before your period and then it stops?

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2006-03-15 19:58:03
2006-03-15 19:58:03

You can take a pregnancy test up to 3 days before your missed period. If you spotted a little it could be implantation bleeding where the egg implants into the uterus, this usually happens around the 6-10 days after intercourse.

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