I'm wondering what the earliest a doctor can do a pregnancy test?
A girl has told me that she is pregnant, we had sex on Saturday night and has told me that she had a test on Friday and got the positive results today (Sunday).
She says that the test is positive, but (for reasons I don't want to go into here) I don't believe her and I think this is something that is defiantly wrong and I'd like to be sure.
How soon can you have a pregnancy test?
about 1 month not 1 week
ain't no use worrying, nothings going to turn out right.
Generally you need to wait until the next period is due, but some tests are a bit more sensitive. A positive test in a week is not impossible, but might not be completely reliable.
Originally Posted By: IneligibleGenerally you need to wait until the next period is due, but some tests are a bit more sensitive. A positive test in a week is not impossible, but might not be completely reliable.
Yep that's about right. This here says it works 6 days before your next period. http://www.firstresponse.com/early-pregnancy-test.asp
[Are you expecting a baby?] If yes then like many other women you will perform a pregnancy test. No need to have the test in the hospital, you can carry out the test using the pregnancy strip at home. These pregnancy strips are reliable and provide accurate test results.
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