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Delay in period/Pregnancy
My friend had unprotected sex on 27th, though there was no ejaculation. She was supposed to have her period on 28th, but it is 30th and she hasn't had her period yet. How much more should she wait before testing for pregnancy? Will the pregnancy test show positive so early even if she is pregnant? How many times can a single pregnancy kit be used for testing? Thanks!
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Dr. Sarika Dahiphale
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Single pregnancy kit can be used for one time only.....always be safe ,as there is always a chance of pregnancy in each cycle....wait for 3-4 days do upt and seek gynac advice
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Dr. Kuldeep Wagh
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ITS ALWAYS BETTER TO DO A PREGNANCY TEST AS THAT WOULD REMOVE ALL DOUBTS. PERIODS CAN COME LATE BECAUSE OF THE STRESS OF BEING PREGNANT. GET A UPT DONE THAT WOULD ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS
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Dr. Chethan R S
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Hello there..... Two main types of pregnancy tests can let you know if you're pregnant: urine tests and blood tests. Urine tests can be done at home or in a out patient.... home pregnancy test to take about a week after a missed period..... Blood tests are done but are used less often than urine tests. These tests can detect pregnancy earlier than a home pregnancy test, or about six to eight days after ovulation. But with these tests, it takes longer to get the results than with a home pregnancy test.....
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