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ducky0123
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I was wondering how long it takes for there to be enough HCG in your urine to show up positive on a clearblue test.... how many days after sex should a person wait in order to be positive of the correct answer? is 35 days enough time? thanks.
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Heather
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Yep, way more than enough time.

It takes about 10 days for HcG to be created in the body when conception has occurred. Generally, one can take a test with assurance of accurate results either around 14 days after a risk, or at the first missed period, whichever comes first.


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