Is 5 days before period too soon to take a preg test?
My honey and I are going to a big birthday bash this weekend. I plan to have some wine and maybe a couple drinks. I know that we are suppose to wait until a missed period to take a pregnancy test. My honey and I have been trying to conceive and this weekend will be five days before my period is suppose to start. I don't want to drink alcohol if Im pregnant. Do you think I should test? Do you think five days is too soon?
I don't think 5 days is to soon. I took a test tonight just 7 days after ovulation and its positive! This is the thing though the test you take 5 days before won't be reliable unless its positive probably. Like you could get a negative result and then get a positive a few days later. Some women don't get a positive preg test until they are late for their period. So if you test and get a negative result on 5 days before I still wouldn't drink cuz that could be a false positive!
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