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cassiee014
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So if I ovulate within the first week of my cycle....how soon can I take a pregnancy test? I had sex within the first week of my cycle twice and I was wondering if I should still wait until a week before my period is missed to take the first response pregnancy test?
Thanks so much!

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Robin Lee
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HI There,

pregnancy tests are generally accurate 14 or more days after a suspected pregnancy risk or when a period is late, whichever comes first.

How do you know that you ovulated?

Are you using any birth control methods?

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