about 5 weeks
Depending on how sensitive the home pregnancy test is, some claim to detect pregnancy as early as 7-14 days after conception. The test measures the hormone hCG, which is released by the body after conception. For best results, take the test with the first morning urination, or wait several hours since the last time you've urinated. Drinking large amounts of water or frequent urination can create inaccurate results. Good luck!
Two lines should show up If you are pregnant on a pregnancy test /:
Hope pregnancy tests sometimes fail so buy a new one or take a test at the doctor.
On most pregnancy tests: 1 line means: if the one line that you see is the control line, your test is negative; if the one line that you see is the test line, your test is invalid, and you must use a new test. 2 lines means: if you have two lines on a pregnancy test then your test is positive; if one line is lighter than the other, your test result is still positive.
IT means your pregnant!
Urine pregnancy test, or blood which s more accate & then if it is positive they'll do a quant level to tell you how far along you are. You'll then be referred to an OB/Gyne for a pap & rouine STD testing
It either means you're not pregnant or not far enough along to detect the pregnancy hormone. A blood test is most accurate.
Your baby would get the DNA test for paternity after it is born. If you are at risk for a genetic defect, then your doctor would discuss that with you during your pregnancy.
One line on a pregnancy test is negative but that doesn't mean you are definitely not pregnant as the test could of missed it or you might not be far enough along
Pregnancy tests measure the level of hcg in your body. When you are pregnant, and as your pregnancy progresses, your hcg level rises. When you take a urine pregnancy test and it comes back negative, the level of hcg is not high enough to register on the test. When the quantitative serum pregnancy test is positive, it is a more acurate reading of how far along in your pregnancy you actually are.
Far too long
Wait one week (if you can, if not a few days) then take another test prefferably another brand in case something was wrong with that test. If it is still negative call your doctor. He can send you for a blood test. There are two types of blood pregnancy tests. One only gives a positive or negative, the other (Quant) tells your hgc levels. This is helpful because it tells how much of the pregnancy hormone (if any) you have which can help determine how far along you are. If the test is negative your doctor can then determine the reason for your lack of period. (It can be many things including stress, fibroids, ovarian cycts or your body is just being wacky right now.)
Yes. Take a pregnancy test
The only way to determine if youare pregnant, and how far along you- are is to have a blood test, or to have an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy.
A doctor's pregnancy test is much more accurate, where as a home pregnancy test can be faulty.
A doctor have to determine how far along you are and what method to use but yes you can.