The best time to take a pregnancy test is after you’ve missed a period. The most accurate time to take a test is 7-14 days after your missed period. Pregnancy tests measure a hormone called Human Chorionic Gonadotropi, better known as HCG. HCG levels are present in a woman’s body when she becomes pregnant, and they are supposed to rise steadily throughout the first couple months of pregnancy. Taking a pregnancy test too early can result in unreliable results as the HCG levels may not have risen high enough yet for the test to detect the pregnancy.

If you had a negative pregnancy test, but you still have not had your period, you may have taken the test too early. Try taking another test a week after your first negative results.

Some women have irregular cycles, which can also make it difficult to tell if a period was missed.

Other signs of pregnancy are:

    • Breast tenderness
    • Nausea
    • Cramps
    • Spotting
    • Fatigue

Whether you’ve just had unprotected sex and need to discuss your fears surrounding an unplanned pregnancy, or you are ready to take a pregnancy test, we are here to listen to you, support you, and help you. We offer free, lab-grade pregnancy tests! We do not require insurance and all of our services are free confidential!

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