No. It's only a 6 day difference and you typically wait till your next period or at least two weeks after intercourse.
well i know thers's a test done by doctors by taken your blood!
It's too soon to tell. The only thing you can do is wait until your period is due and test if you are late. You can test like 4 days sooner with early results tests (like first response). Some tell you that you can test 6 days sooner but mine only showed up positive at 4 days prior to my period starting. But it's def. too soon to start testing now. See it takes a few days for the sperm to fertilize the egg (that is if you are ovulating at the time when you had sex which if you have a normal 28 day cycle is usually 14 days after your missed period). Then the baby needs to implant itself into the uterus and only once it's implanted does it start secreting HCG and then you have to wait for it to get to detectable levels. This whole process normally take up to 14 days after your ovulation although the new tests can do it a few days sooner. Good luck.