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When will be the right time to check pregnancy test again??I'm very confused as my period hasn't come after my last LMP that is Nov 14 and I had physical. But it was not ejaculated.
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Do UPT of early Mng urine sample ...whatever the result meet a gynac
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Hello, You can go for urine pregnancy test to confirm pregnancy. You can also visit a gynaecologist and get a beta hCG test done for more accurate results.
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U can check now also urine for pregnancy  test..Upt..Fir final confirmation get ur blood test done for beta hcg..Dats 100℅ give an idea about pregnancy.dr.n.kumar from chembur,Mumbai.
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Urine pregnancy test is best done in Lab using early morning sample. The earliest one can detect pregnancy by urine test is just 1-day after missed period say on 15.12.16......but if you do it now too the result should show it positive if you are pregnant. Do the test. Sonetimes the anxiety or guilt of physical causes menses to be postponed. If negative (which means you are not pregnant) you may visit a gynecologist to get pills to get menses.
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