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How many days after ovulation can you take a preg. test?

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Mikayla_lynn

Asked by Mikayla_lynn at 1:52 PM on May. 16, 2011 in Trying to Conceive

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  • Oh, and know its accurate?
    Mikayla_lynn

    Comment by Mikayla_lynn (original poster) at 1:52 PM on May. 16, 2011

  • It is best to wait until you are a week or MORE past your expected cycle start date. Before that and they aren't really accurate.
    twinsplus2more

    Answer by twinsplus2more at 1:53 PM on May. 16, 2011

  • Ok thanks!
    Mikayla_lynn

    Comment by Mikayla_lynn (original poster) at 1:53 PM on May. 16, 2011

  • if you cant wait i think the earliest you can test is 4 days before your period.
    caroline565

    Answer by caroline565 at 1:56 PM on May. 16, 2011

  • i am going to say two weeks, because that is about when your next period would be due.
    annanonnymommy

    Answer by annanonnymommy at 2:33 PM on May. 16, 2011

  • A week to travle the tubes, a week to implant , and a week to have enough HCG built up to register a test. No sooner than 16 dpo.
    2autisticsmom

    Answer by 2autisticsmom at 2:52 PM on May. 16, 2011

  • I took an early result test 6 days before AF and got a BFP. 5 of them to be exact. I was 11dpo
    tawnbond

    Answer by tawnbond at 10:23 PM on May. 16, 2011

  • Hcg (the hormone that is detected by home pregnancy tests) is NOT even produced until after the fertilized egg has implanted. Implantation takes between 6-10 days after ovulation to occur. It will then take a few days for enough hormone to build up in your blood and spill into your urine. I would wait untill at least 10 days after ovulation if not longer to test.
    crossermom

    Answer by crossermom at 3:22 PM on May. 18, 2011

  • wait two weeks after ovulation. fertility friend app helps me out a lot!
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 1:56 AM on Jun. 30, 2011

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