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If I take a first response pregnancy test 3 weeks after sex, can I be sure its accurate?

If I take a first response pregnancy test 3 weeks after sex, can I be sure its accurate?

More or less: If you do the test correctly, the results are likely to be accurate if the result is positive. If it is negative, you should repeat the test in 4-5 days. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more

Dr. Chevies Newman
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How soon after sex can I take a first response pregnancy test? How soon can I take a pregnancy test other than this kind?

How soon after sex can I take a first response pregnancy test? How soon can I take a pregnancy test other than this kind?

FIRST RESPONSE Early: Result pregnancy test  is reported to detect HCG up to 6 days before your anticipated period. Standard home pregnancy tests are usually used once a period is missed or thereafter. ...Read more

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If i got pregnant days before my period was expected & then missed it, when can I take a first response pregnancy test?

Now.: First response early result pregnancy test is reported to detect HCG up to 6 days prior to your anticipated period. So, taking it after missing your period, should be accurate. ...Read more

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Does it matter what time you take a first response pregnancy test or should you wait until morning?

Does it matter what time you take a first response pregnancy test or should you wait until morning?

Home Pregnancy: Tests are best done with the first morning urine as it is more concentrated and is more likely to have a higher concentration of HCG. That being said, you could take the test anytime. If it is positive, yippee. If negative, then recheck with first morning. ...Read more

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How long does it take the 10,000 hCG trigger shot to leave your system befor I can take a first response pregnancy test?

How long does it take the 10,000 hCG trigger shot to leave your system befor I can take a first response pregnancy test?

HCG: 10,000 units: The 10,000 units of HCG will stimulate ovulation, and will remain in your system for 7-10 days at least. If you do not have a period in three weeks after the shot, obtain a "quantitative" serum HCG test, and if elevated at that time will be positive for pregnancy. ...Read more

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I am 5 days late on my period. I took a first response pregnancy test this morning and it was positive. Can I take a second test to confirm now?

I am 5 days late on my period. I took a first response pregnancy test this morning and it was positive. 
Can I take a second test to confirm now?

I would wait to: check it again in 1 week. But the first positive test probably told you all you need to know why your period is late. Go see a OBGYN or family physician for confirmation and get ready for prenatal vitamins and such. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more

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My period is 2 weeks late. It's never been late before. I just took a first response pregnancy test and it came out negative. Should I take it again?

My period is 2 weeks late. It's never been late before. I just took a first response pregnancy test and it came out negative. Should I take it again?

You could: You could repeat it or try a different test but it isn't likely to be any different at this point. If you were pregnant, it should be positive by now. There are many things that can make your period late. Talk to your doctor so he/she can help you figure out what is going on in your case. ...Read more

Dr. James Krick
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Pregnancy Test (Definition)

A pregnancy test measures a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). HCG is a hormone produced during pregnancy. It appears in the blood and urine of pregnant women as early as ...Read more