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    Hi I was wondering if anyone has taken a test after 2 weeks of conception and the test has come back positive? I have just taken one and I think its only been 2 weeks after and it has come back positive

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    2 weeks after conception makes you around 4 weeks pregnant. This is when most woman start to get positive pregnancy tests.

    I got my first positive test at around 1.5 weeks after ovulation/conception.

    Congratulations!

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    Yep I got my positive a bit over two weeks (period was three days late) so congrats

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    It turns out mine would have been 13dpo and they were very very faint! It's totally possible, congratulations

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    Really just doesn't seem right I mean if it is correct I am excited what a great Christmas present just that the only date we have had intercourse without protection was at the start of December unless one of the condoms previously broke so I am a little confused, so would that make me 2 weeks pregnant or 4

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    I am so confused so anyone's opinion on this please let me know

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    Bubbles, a positive pregnancy test 2 weeks after ovulation is perfectly normal and on target. You had sex and you got pregnant. Now, you are 4 weeks pregnant because timing depends on the date of the first day of your last period.
    In order for you to have conceived 2 weeks ago, your period was around 4 weeks ago. Congratulations

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    Thanks everyone how exciting and what a lovely Christmas present

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    Generally you go by the first day of your last period to work out when you are due - so when you say you are 2 weeks pregnant, it has been 2 weeks since you conceived and you are therefore 4 weeks pregnant (I hope that made sense). When was your last period?

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    it was around the 19th November


 

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