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Delayed periods, trying to conceive. Negative pregnancy tests. When to take pregnancy test?

hi, my last period date was 24thjune or 25th june. exactly i dont know but today is 26th july and till i didnt get period and morning i check about pregnancy its showing negative. we are trying for baby since 2years. last so many time i did check up about ovulation and every time it was ovulate on 17 to 18th day. so i can understand might be my ovulation day is 17 or 18. so when can i check pregancy for today s case.
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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May 2013
better to check 2 weeks after ovulation,
as some urine pregnancy test kits are less sensitive during early pregnancy you can go for blood test for pregnancy,
delayed periods may not be because of pregnancy always, so if your periods get delayed for more than 1 week after your expected date better to consult gynecologist once to get investigated.
take care.
Answered: Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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