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Doctor insights on: How To Test If Your Pregnant Without A Pregnancy Test

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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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How to know your pregnant without a test on urine?

How to know your pregnant without a test on urine?

Symptoms of pregnanc: By symptoms of pregnancy like, missed period along with tender breasts, headaches, nausea and vomiting in the mornong, called morning sickness and lower back pain. ...Read more

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Can you take a pregnancy test when your spotting/bleeding?

Can you take a pregnancy test when your spotting/bleeding?

Pregnancy Testing : Testing would be valid if you have missed a period. Why do you want to do a test when you are bleeding? ...Read more

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Can home pregnancy test tell if your pregnant after a week ?

Can home pregnancy test tell if your pregnant after a week ?

Yes and no: It depends on how sensitive the home pregnancy test is. Otherwise, a blood test for a quantitative beta HCG (test which detects the amount of hormone given by the fertilized egg). ...Read more

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When best to take a pregnancy test to see if i'm pregnant?

When best to take a pregnancy test to see if i'm pregnant?

See below: Home pregnancy tests can turn positive as soon as 72 hours prior to the onset of your next expected period. If its negative, repeat it in 1 week. ...Read more

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When is d best time to take a pregnancy test to determine if you pregnant?

When pregnant: I am sort of kidding -- but in general, a blood test is positive about 7-10 days after conception, while a urine test is a couple weeks later. If you think you may be pregnant, about 2 - 3 weeks after your last menstrual period is a potential positive. Good luck. ...Read more

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How can you tell if your pregnant but its to early to take a pregnancy test?

How can you tell if your pregnant but its to early to take a pregnancy test?

See below.: The earliest pregnancy test you can take is a quantitative blood test. It can detect HCG 8-9 days after fertilization of the egg. If it shows a level less than 25, then it is equivocal and might need to be repeated in a couple of days. Visit your doctor if there is concern. ...Read more

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If your on your period and take a pregnancy test ... Will you get accurate results?

If your on your period and take a pregnancy test ... Will you get accurate results?

Yes, but wait for...: Yes, the result will be accurate, but wait for a missed period (and do the test the week after the missed period). If a woman is on her normal regular period, she shouldn't waste a pregnancy test at that time. ...Read more

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How to tell if you're pregnant without a pregnancy test?

Physical findings: Only hearing the fetal heart sound, seeing the image, or feeling the child kick will tell you for certain. ...Read more

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When would you get a accurate result if your pregnant on a home test. When should you take a test?

When would you get a accurate result if your pregnant on a home test. When should you take a test?

10-14 days: Home urine pregnancy tests are very accurate. They start turning positive 10-14 days after conception. This is starting 7 days before the next period is due. Using the first urine of the morning will lead to an earlier positive if pregnant. Be sure to read the test at 3 minutes. There may be false positives if the test is left to sit and read later. ...Read more

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If your on your period can you still do a drug test ?

If your on your period can you still do a drug test ?

YES: Yes, you can still complete a routine urine drug screen even if you are pregnant. It should not affect the results. Good luck! ...Read more

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If you have a positive pregnancy test and think its chemical pregnancy, how long do you wait to retest?

If you have a positive pregnancy test and think its chemical pregnancy, how long do you wait to retest?

Terminology: Chemical pregnancy is term used retrospectively for a pregnancy that is lost soon after implantation. If you did the test correctly after a missed period, you are pregnant. If you get your period in a few days, you could call it chemical pregnancy. You may retest any time you wish. ...Read more

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Will a home pregnancy test show up if your pregnant if you do it 5 days before your due for your period?

Will a home pregnancy test show up if your pregnant if you do it 5 days before your due for your period?

Maybe: The tests for pregnancy and detecting b-hcg are getting more and more sensitive, so you may show up positive at that time, but best to be patient, wait to miss you period and then check it. Giving you a better chance to have more b-hcg production if pregnant that would show up positive. Good luck. ...Read more

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When is the best to take a pregnancy test if you had unprotected sex?

When is the best to take a pregnancy test if you had unprotected sex?

See below: Home pregnancy tests can turn positive as soon as 72 hours prior to the onset of your next expected period. If its negative, repeat it in 1 week. ...Read more

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Can a blood test from your gyn tell your if your pregnant before a at home test?

Can a blood test from your gyn tell your if your pregnant before a at home test?

Not really.: Far away and many years ago urine from a woman who might be pregnant was given to a rabbit. The rabbit was sacrificed, her ovarys were examined and if the rabbit had ovulated the woman was pregnant. Now rabbits are safe. We now use antibodies to hcg. The same test is done by you and the doctor. ...Read more

Dr. Stephen Sudler
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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