If you are pregnant, you would not be ovulating. However, sometimes an ovulation test can be used to detect pregnancy. The test line must be darker than the control line.
After 16 days of ovulation a pregnancy test be positive.
The very earliest a home pregnancy test can detect a pregnancy, is 6 DPO, or 6 days past ovulation. However, some babies will not implant until as late as 10-12 DPO, which in that case, a pregnancy test would not be able to detect a pregnancy until after the period is missed. For a pregnancy test to be able to detect a pregnancy, the baby has to have implanted into the uterine wall, so that hCG can be produced. HCG can be detected in the blood before it can be detected in the urine, so if you really want to know if you are pregnant, you might want to get a blood test done by your OB.
If you are having light pink dis charge 10 days after ovulation, it is usually a sign that the egg is implanting itself to the wall.
No, a blood test for pregnancy would not detect HIV. Ask for the HIV test by name.
If you are having a regular period, why would you think you could be pregnant?
at first thought of being pregnant however most women wait untill 3-days after their missed period to take a pregnacy test i would sugest the: EPT pregnancy test(error proof test) The earliest and most accurate time you can detect pregnancy is with a urine test....home pregnancy test, when your late for your period or three weeks after having unprotected sex. Or with a blood test, you can detect pregnancy within 5-7 days after having sex.
Well, it's not after ovulation, it's after conception, but 2 weeks after conception at the earliest
I would think you can take an early response pregnancy test. Because ovulation comes before your period, you wouldn't know without a pregnancy test.
There are early pregnancy tests that can detect as early as 6 DPO (days past ovulation), but most store bought tests can only detect as early as 5 days before your expected period.A pregnancy can not be ruled out until after the period is missed. A negative pregnancy test before then, is not a guarantee that you aren't pregnant.If you are only 7 DPO, then the best bet would be to wait at least another day or 2, then use FMU (first morning urine) and test with a sensitive test, such as First Response Early Result, or the Clear Blue Digital tests.Having symptoms is a very good sign.
No, because they would have to test for pregnancy to detect it. They can use the same blood to test it though if you request it.
Most OTC tests are able to detect pregnancy during the first few days of the skipped menstruation. So that means in the beginning of the next menstrual cycle, and that would be about two weeks after ovulation.
I would say 50 to 80 % chance
it takes about 3 days to get pregnant so that is not it. Doesn't have to be ovulation either. When having sex and orgasming you tense a lot of muscles and there can be some cramp down there after.
Sensitive home pregnancy tests can detect if you're pregnant 7-14 days after ovulation. Ovulation occurs approximately 14 days after the START of your last period. If you usually have regular periods (around 28-day cycle give or take a few days) and you have missed or are late on your period, a home pregnancy test should be able to detect if you are pregnant or not.
9 days past ovulation would be the soonest, but it is best to wait 14 days past ovulation.
This depends on the number of days in your cycle - the average of 28 would put ovulation around day 14, but this is only an estimate.
It is impossible to become pregnant after a period and before ovulation begins. Ovulation is when the ovary expels an ovum or an egg. In order for pregnancy to occur, the ovaries must expel an ovum, or egg cell, and this must then be fertilized by a sperm cell. After this, the fertilized egg, now a zygote, will start to divide and become larger and more complex. Still, pregnancy has not occurred. The egg is still traveling to the uterus where it will finally burrow in the uterine walls. This is when pregnancy actually occurs. So, you see, the first step to pregnancy is ovulation. Without ovulation, there would be no egg cell, hence, no pregnancy.
You have increased discharge and it's not unlike ovulation mucous, although that does vary
Sometimes a blood test could detect as early as 7 days after conception.a urine test is less sensitive, though I've heard of positive tests as early as 8 or 9 days after, but usually it's more like 12 or more days.~pawsalmightyAnswerTwo days before your period is expected. Answerat first thought of being pregnant however most women wait until 3-days after their missed period to take a pregnancy test i would sugest the: EPT pregnancy test(error proof test) AnswerThe earliest and most accurate time you can detect pregnancy is with a urine test....home pregnancy test, when your late for your period or three weeks after having unprotected sex. Or with a blood test, you can detect pregnancy within 5-7 days after having sex.
A pap smear can't detect pregnancy. A pregnancy test is required for that purpose.
Yes this may be the reason why you are having these symptoms . If i was you i would get a pregnancy test ................
it should show you are pregnant Hello there. A Ovulation test will ONLY come out positive when LSH....the Ovulating hormone has been found in your urine. Some women do claim to of had a positive Ovulation test during early pregnancy but this information is so inconclusive that its not a reliable pregnancy testing method at this time. To determine if you are pregnant, its adviseable to buy a pregnancy test and see your doctor for a blood test to be certain.
You would be able to know you were having a miscarriage because your pregnancy test would be positive and you'd be having bleeding. Pregnancy with an IUD is unlikely, so miscarriage with an IUD is also unlikely.