No, that is too early, you should really be 10-14 days after to be safe.. I'd really recommend even 12-14 days.. ~pawsalmighty
A home pregnancy test ,when taken correctly, is considered accurate 14-16 days after ovulation or unprotected sex.
No. Yes, if the test is taken before the first day of your period. Blood tests are only accurate 7-12 days after ovulation. For some woman that may mean that the test may not be accurate till the day of their expected period. Once that day has come then blood tests are almost never wrong. You say no but then you say almost never so what is it can it happen or not??
Valium is an anti-anxiety medication, not a painkiller. It will not change ovulation pain.
Yes you should take a blood test. It is more accurate & can be taken sooner than a urine test.
Yes, you are very likely pregnant. I would see your doctor, or go to your local health department and they can do a blood test to confirm.
When you period is over for good usually, unless you have your ovaries taken out.
blood cultures are taken to determine
Yes it can with an automatic b/p cuff however a blood pressure taken in the arm (assuming there are no problems like past stroke or dialysis shunts) is usually more accurate.
If you have taken something to "flush" your system of drugs in urine, the blood might make the test still show up positive as blood tests give a more accurate report of your usage.
Usually under the tongue but it can also be taken rectally. A less accurate place would be the armpit.
Because otherwise his blood would be taken as invalid, he switched it with jerome's blood