I've been trying for a few months now to get pregnant without any luck. I've been anxiously awaiting this coming Sunday, the expected date of my next period, to then take a home pregnancy test the following day if my period doesn't occur. I went to the doctors for a possible UTI today and while there they conducted a urine pregnancy test. Doctor said it was negative and that it was completely accurate because the test could detect 100%, any time of the month, whether or not you were pregnant as long as the unprotected sex occured at least 6 days prior.
How is this possible? Is there some kind of extremely sensitive urine pregnancy test that i've not heard about yet that can detect hcg levels just 6 days after conception date no matter the point in the woman's cycle? I'm still really hoping that I could miss my period this sunday and find out I'm pregnant on Monday. Is there still hope for me at all?
Answer by staciandababy at 8:40 PM on Oct. 1, 2013
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