when to take pregnancy test with irregular periods

When to Take a Pregnancy Test with an Irregular Period

By Jamie & Cynthia, Stix Founders

when to take pregnancy test with irregular periods

Wondering how often to take a pregnancy test if your periods are irregular? Knowing when to take a pregnancy test if you have an irregular period can be confusing. Tests on the market today all boast “3 days before your missed period” for best results. We're here to make this easier. Read on for answers.

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How do you know when to test if you don't get your period once a month?

The good news is, you’re not alone. Over 30% of women have irregular periods. We do too! If you have an irregular period or your hormonal birth control has stopped your period, it’s best to test at least 19 days after having sex. If you’re having sex on the regular, you can subscribe to Stix for peace of mind. We offer pregnancy test subscriptions that ship out every one, two, or three months. The frequency is up to you, and you can cancel or pause the pregnancy tests at anytime.

Stix pregnancy tests also come in two packs. We recommend waiting a few days after taking your first pregnancy test to take the second. Levels of hCG (the pregnancy hormone) double in your urine every few days.

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Why we take regular pregnancy tests with irregular periods

We've always had irregular periods. That means every month we panic when our periods doesn't show up exactly 28 after our last one. And did you know that stress can make your period late? That's right, late period stress means an even later period. We started testing every month or so and now we never worry about our periods being a few days late.  

Have questions about understanding your test? Follow the link to learn how to interpret your pregnancy test results.

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    amanda on

  • I literally don’t have any money and I turn 19 on December 16.
    I can’t afford this And I can’t find out if I’m pregnant and I have no money I which I could just get it free.

    Angel Noreen on

  • Hi, I have an irregular period of 30-34 days and had intercourse with my fiancé and my period came on cd 30 , it is not heavy at all and still have serve cramps ony lower tummy. Is this implantation and can I do a preg test in a few days

    Vivian on

  • I tested 16 days after I had sex. I got off the depo shot on May 27th. My periods are very irregular. I got a negative test but have most if the symptoms. When Should i test again

    Kelsey on

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