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Unsure abt pregnancy
I wanted to knw hw sooner cn v cum to knw abt pregnancy? Cn d test b done nly wen d period is missed out? Or earlier too? N which test is a better n earlier confirmation- blood test or urine test?
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I will advise you to wait for Miss periods at least 3-4days., though you want to keep the pregnancy or not... After all you have to confirm it on usg which doesn't show any signs before 5wk... So don't worry.. You can visit to clinic once you done with UPT
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Hello, You can do a urine pregnancy test to confirm pregnancy after 10-12 days of conception. Also, you can consult a gynaecologist and get beta hCH test done for more accurate results. Wish you luck!
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Hi. Whem you expect your period , you do urine test. If negative then wait for 5 days then do sr beta hcg. More confirmatory is blood test.
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Hello.......Typically, a urine test won't show positive results until two weeks after conception or the first day after a missed period. In contrast, you can take a blood test and get an accurate result within 7-12 days after conception because it will detect the smallest amounts of hCG...
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