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    TTC How soon can I test?
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    An_249466 posted:
    hello, hello...

    husband and i are TTC. had intercourse 12/1, 12/3 (12amish), and according to my ovulation calender, I am supposed to ovulate on the 3rd.
    I have a 28 day cycle, and I can't focus on anything other than if I am pregnant or not! When is the earliest I can test? I believe I have 3 days tell me my period.

    Thanks!
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Wait and see if your period comes. If it's late by more than a day or two, take a test.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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