After a long night at the bar and hooking up with a really good-looking guy, you went back to your apartment and have a great night but after that night, you are not able to contact him anymore. You think that you might have conceived and you are thinking about taking the pregnancy test, but it was just last night. Now you are thinking, how early can a woman take a pregnancy test?
The pregnancy tests that are easily found in the market will only work best if you use it after your period is due. As pregnancy is a big issue to a woman doesn’t matter whether they want to get pregnant or not, they don’t want to wait and they always take the pregnancy test early. This way, the pregnancy test may prove to be inaccurate.
The usual way that women use to do, is to take the pregnancy test that can be bought from the pharmacy. This pregnancy test works by determining the existence and the amount of a hormone called HCG, which is an abbreviation of “Human Chorionic Gonadotropin”, a hormone that is only produced by the body during pregnancy.
There are 2 types of pregnancy test, one you have to fill a container with urine and hold the test strip for a period of time and the other one you have to hold the test in the stream of urine.
Do keep in mind that the body will not produce HCD until the fertilized egg is not attached to the uterine wall anymore. In order to get an accurate result from the pregnancy test, it is best that you wait for 10-12 days after the ovulation period. The best time to take pregnancy is after the first day when a woman missed her period. The accuracy here is 90% and you can actually trust the result of the pregnancy test. Most women take pregnancy test more than one time in order to be accurate.
It actually doesn’t matter how many times you take the pregnancy test, what you need to do is to take the pregnancy test at the right time. The best time to take a pregnancy test is 7 days after your ovulation period. It will give the most accurate result compared to other days.