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When is the earliest I can test for pregnancy?

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2 years ago
I had unprotected sex about 5 days before my period, when can I test for pregnancy and will I still end up getting my period this month?

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2 years ago
you need to wait about 2 weeks after your missed period to take a test. if it comes back negative, and you still think your pregnant, go to your doctor for a blood test. some women need a blood test to confirm pregnancy.
2 years ago
It's going to depend on when you ovulated. Chances are that you won't be pregnant because of the time it takes for the sperm to reach the egg and the time it takes for a fertilized egg to implant into the uterine wall. It generally takes about 2-3 days for sperm to reach the egg, another 2-3 days for the fertilized egg to travel down the fallopian tube, and then another 2-3 days before the egg is implanted. Even if an egg did get fertilized it would probably not have the chance to implant. As far as when you can get a positive pregnancy result goes, you usually need to wait until your next expected period. 

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