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my last cycle was 04-11 it was heavier than usual when should I test?

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3 years ago
My husband thinks I'm pregnant and He was right the last time. I'm having alot of symptoms but my last cycle was april 11th and was heavier than normal. When is the earliest i can test?

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3 years ago
It's best to wait until a week or so afer when your next expected menstral cycle would be. You can test now, if you want, but there may not be accurate yet. If you are pregnant you may not have enough increase in your hormones for a urine test to show positive.
3 years ago
I agree with mommaduck. It's too early to test now. Wait until you are suppose to have your period. The first response test can detect pregnancy 3 days after a missed period.   
3 years ago
The first response can detect 3 to 6 days before your missed period, so if you are really anxious you could take the test now knowing that it might not be the most accurate test.
3 years ago
My LMP was 4/11 as well and I took a test last night and it was positive!!  I used the First Response pregnancy test and it picked up the 2nd line quickly, so you should test now if you haven't already.  Good luck!!
3 years ago
My LMP was 4/11 as well and I took a test last night and it was positive!!  I used the First Response pregnancy test and it picked up the 2nd line quickly, so you should test now if you haven't already.  Good luck!!

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