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When should I take a pregnancy test after artificial insemination?

After an assisted reproduction treatment, the embryo culture days must be reduced to an estimated 14 reference days. For example, if the transferred embryos are from day +3, the tests can be performed 11 days after embryonic transfer. Thus, 11 days of betaespera plus 3 days of culture results in 14 days since the puncture. This time elapsed between the embryonic transfer and the pregnancy test date is known as betaespera.

If the result is positive, you should undergo an abdominal ultrasound after two weeks to reassure yourself and to confirm with the upmost certainty that embryonic development is taking place as normal.