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I was sexually assaulted a couple days ago, how long should I wait to take a pregnancy test to see if I'm pregnant or not?

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Dr. Wayne Ingram
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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First of all, I hope you reported the assault to the proper authorities and underwent the physical exam and counseling.
Secondly, Plan B was offered and used immediately to prevent conception. If not, please do a pregnancy test 2 to 3 days prior to when your period is expected if no contraception was used. by the way, the physical exam should include STD testing. It's not too late to test/report

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First of all, I hope you reported the assault to the proper authorities and underwent the physical exam and counseling.
Secondly, Plan B was offered and used immediately to prevent conception. If not, please do a pregnancy test 2 to 3 days prior to when your period is expected if no contraception was used. by the way, the physical exam should include STD testing. It's not too late to test/report
Dr. Wayne Ingram
Dr. Wayne Ingram
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Dr. John Rhoades
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Reported?

When you assault was reported you should have had an exam If this has not been done, report the incident and get the necessary follow up.

In brief: Reported?

When you assault was reported you should have had an exam If this has not been done, report the incident and get the necessary follow up.
Dr. John Rhoades
Dr. John Rhoades
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Dr. Peter Baumann
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: 5 days

Pregnancy tests can become positive as early as 5 days after a woman conceived; home pregnancy test are typically always positive at the time of the anticipated menstrual period.

In brief: 5 days

Pregnancy tests can become positive as early as 5 days after a woman conceived; home pregnancy test are typically always positive at the time of the anticipated menstrual period.
Dr. Peter Baumann
Dr. Peter Baumann
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