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Here at Trying To Conceive, we’re all women who have had experience with pregnancy ourselves. We know what it feels like to try to get pregnant, and we know how terribly nerve-wrecking that tw0-week wait can be. We’ve had pregnancy test in our bathroom cabinets in bulk, and we have used them too early. But [...]
Most women find out that they are pregnant by taking a home pregnancy test. These pregnancy tests are hugely popular and are easy to use. If you are newly trying to conceive, you may wonder how a home pregnancy tests works, and how to take it. Here are the basics and beyond, laid out for [...]
As most women who are trying to conceive a baby are well aware of, home pregnancy tests use hCG to test for pregnancy. This hormone starts being produced immediately after a fertilized egg starts implanting itself. But, if you have had a hCG shot, doesn’t that confuse matters? HCG can be prescribed to induce ovulation [...]
Patience is a virtue, or so they say. But waiting for the time that you are able to take a pregnancy test is extremely trying when you can’t wait to conceive a baby! The best time to take a pregnancy test is after you have already missed a period, and have reason to believe that [...]
Just about every woman who is trying for a baby wants to know when she can take a pregnancy test and get an accurate result. Waiting for two weeks after ovulation is not easy, and for many, impatience kicks in during this time. For women who are trying to conceive a baby through Intrauterine Insemination [...]
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is the hormone that is used by at-home pregnancy tests to tell you if you conceived or not. Generally, Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is abbreviated to “hCG”. Don’t ask me why the “H” is lower-case, because I am not able to answer that question. What I can tell you is that hCG is [...]
There are numerous signs that can give you a clue that you are pregnant before you ever even missed a period. An implantation bleeding is definitely one of the more obvious early pregnancy symptoms, and one that nearly a third of all pregnant women experiences. If you have had light spotting, and you are keen [...]