Since we seldom are aware when precisely conception occurs, most doctors agree a pregnancy test should be done when your period is one week late.
The earliest you can take a pregnancy test is 2 weeks after sex. It takes 2 weeks until conception has finished.
Modern home pregnancy tests are pretty accurate and can detect the chemical markers for pregnancy about 6-12 days after conception. There are (more expensive, laboratory only) tests that are able to detect pregnancy as little as 48 hours after conception. If you're asking how long it takes to take the test ... not long at all, maybe 15 minutes.
40 weeks from conception
Conception is the moment of fertilization.
Yes, 10 days is a bit too early for an accurate result of a pregnancy test. You should take a pregnancy test anywhere from 2 weeks to a month for an acurate result on a pregnancy test.
Conception occurs when the egg and sperm join, it can take 7 to 10 days past conception for the fertilized egg to travel from the fallopian tubes to the uterus where the embryo will implant into the lining. After implantation it may take three or four days for the body to produce detectable levels of hCG. Every woman and every pregnancy are different, but 10 to 14 days after conception most women will have a positive pregnancy test.
Yes, But It Would Be Better To Wait Another Week Or Two.
It may take one time but not every act of intercourse results in conception
Most home pregnancy tests work in as little as one day after conception.