Before a woman decides to take a pregnancy test, she may have experienced a myriad of signs that may suggest that she is pregnant. She may have missed her period or her breast may have suddenly become tender, or she may have spotted some bleeding. All these are early pregnancy signs. Implantation bleeding is one of the signs but could easily be mistaken to be menstrual bleeding. Implantation bleeding is when a fertilized egg makes its way to the tissue that lines the uterus and implants. This pregnancy symptom is not common to all pregnant women. Only a few women experience this.
The difference between the implantation bleeding and the menstrual bleeding is that, implantation occurs before your period is due. The amount of blood is very little and is commonly referred to as spotting. The most usual time for it to occur is a week to ten days after ovulation has taken place. If the implantation bleeding takes about two days longer than that, it is wise to assume your period has started.
Taking a pregnancy test immediately after the bleeding can not guarantee accurate results. Even after having the sensitive blood test, you it will still be unlikely to get positive results. If you want to know when to take pregnancy test after implantation bleeding, you will have to understand your cycle, the length of your luteal phase, which is the time between your expected period, the ovulation and the timing of the bleeding itself.
The cycle of each woman is different from the other, but the majorities have regular cycles. Those who experience irregular cycles should be able to understand their cycle very well. You should take your pregnancy test on the day your period was expected and this will guarantee you an accurate result. The pregnancy hormone is detected in the blood about three to four days after implantation. The detection of the pregnancy hormone depends on the timing of the implantation. The pregnancy hormone in the urine is detected two too three days after the blood test has been seen. Therefore, the pregnancy hormone can be detected in the blood between nine and sixteen days after ovulation.
The pregnancy hormones level in the blood may vary from one woman to another. If a woman has low blood pregnancy hormone levels, it takes several days for it to show up in the test. But if a woman has very high blood hormones, it might take her a few days before they show up in the pregnancy test.
When it comes to the urine test, the hormones levels vary over the course of the day depending on how much water your body has absorbed. The more water you take, the less your urine is concentrated. The urine pregnancy test is best done when the urine is concentrated. It is highly recommended for one to take the urine test very early in the morning as this is when the urine is very concentrated. You should be very patient and wait for a few days.