I want to know if it's to eaely for me to get a pregnancy test. the first day of my last period was on June 4th. i had sex days before my period and days after my period. Would it be to early to check if i'm pregnant?
If you have a regular 28 day cycle, then you should have ovulated somewhere around June 18. It is still too early to test if that is the case. The earliest you could test would be around June 28-30. Tests used to be made that you could test the day of a missed period, however, the newer tests are much more sensitive and can be used as early as 6 days before a missed period. I think that maybe 3 days before a missed period is a safer bet with those tests. So, if it were me, I would try to wait until July 1.
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