I ovulated on 6/19, and I had unprotected sex with my partner from 6/20 through 6/22. On 6/26, I had a VCUG done for some unrelated reasons, and since this involves X-ray imaging, they always ask if you’re pregnant. My response was “I don’t know” because I hadn’t taken a test. They did a blood test, and it was negative. If I ovulated on the 19th of June and had sex from June 20-22, would the 26th be too early for an accurate result?
Yes, the 26th of June would have been too early for an accurate result. It also would have been so early on that I don't think the x-ray would have impacted a pregnancy. Also, a blood test is more accurate than a urine test, so I think that's a trustworthy result for sure!
You wouldn't have technically been pregnant until implantation which happens just before a missed period. Regardless of when you had the x-ray, you couldn't have been pregnant.
Updated on August 7, 2018
By Kierstin Gunsberg