Blood tests are not necessary to diagnose pregnancy. You can use a urine pregnancy test as early as the time of the missed period.
about a week to 10- days
Most at home tests can detect a pregnancy as early as two weeks before a woman's missed period.
While some pregnancy test can tell you up to 5 days before your missed period, it's always best in my opinion to wait until your missed period. I would say a few days after your next hopefully missed period.
If your normal period is late you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see your dr.
It depends on the pregnancy test really, the newer ones can tell you that you're pregnate i think a week before you missed period, but if you've already missed your period any test should be able to tell you.
Considering home pregnancy tests can detect it up to five days before your missed period, you can take one as soon as you realize you're late.
You should wait until you have missed your period. If it is negative and you haven't gotten your period in a week, take another test.
A little before your missed period and obviously after your missed period also.
Long story short, yes you can. I'm a case in point.The only symptom I had when I was pregnant with my daughter was a missed period and cramping. In fact, I kept thinking my period was imminent because of all the cramping, but it never came.I'd advise you to take a pregnancy test if you've already missed your period.
Hello. A woman can only tell she is pregnant by doing a pregnancy test then by seeing her doctor for confirmation on the results of the pregnancy test. The first indication of pregnancy is a missed period.
The simple urine test will be positive after 8 days of missed period in most of the patients. There are pregnancy tests, which can tell you about pregnancy before the expected date of period. But they are expensive. You have no advantage by knowing the fact, that early.