2 Weeks 2 Early

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cloverpatch - March 14

If you are 2 weeks along in a pregnancy will that show up in a test or would waiting be get better results? Thanks!!!

 

cloverpatch - March 14

Sorry -be (I had two thoughts going!)

 

moos_xing - March 14

I'm also curious...

 

Meagan18 - March 14

waiting will probably give you a better answer since the pregnancy levels increase each day

 

cloverpatch - March 14

Thanks!

 

sososleepy - March 14

Hi Clover. About 2 weeks before your period you ovulate. The sperm needs to be in or get to the fallopian tube where the egg is. If they get together, the egg moves down the tube to the uterus for a few days. It generally won't implant in the uterine lining until 6 to 10 days after the initial release of the egg. When it implants, it releases hCG into your blood. It takes another 2 days for it to be making enough hCG, and for the hCG to be elevated enough in your urine for the pg test to pick it up. This happens to also be about when af is due. So, if you implanted early, say day 5 or 6, you could test as early as day 8ish and get your bfp. Many many people are pg and don't test positive that early though. Good luck.

 

stefkay - March 14

sososleepy explained it perfectly! Also, if you go by actual gestational age you'd be 2 weeks pregnant at about the time of expected AF (give or take a few days based on your ovulation). But if you go by dr's pregnancy dating, they date by last menstrual period (lmp) so if you went by that, you would be 2 weeks pregnant already when you conceive (at ovulation), so no you wouldn't be able to test that early and know. Hope that didn't sound confusing...so basically when you can get a positive test (around AF) you are about 4 weeks pregnant at that time based on standard pregnancy dating (lmp).

 

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