Pregnancy test results on 7 days past ovulation

What result can you expect?

Check out the chart and statistics below to get an understanding of what result you can expect if you were to take a pregnancy test on 7 days past ovulation.








Breakdown by result

Based on pregnancy test data recorded by our members using the cycle tracking tool.



Understanding the chart


13 times more - negative

Pregnant women were nearly 13 times more likely to get a false negative result on 7 days past ovulation


92.6% of pregnant women got a false negative result on 7 days past ovulation


Only 7.4% of pregnant women got a positive result. This is about 1 in 13.5.

Most common

The most common positive result on 7 days past ovulation was very faint positive.



Only pregnancy test results reported by pregnant women are included. Therefore any negative results are false negatives.

A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are. False negatives usually occur because there is not enough hCG in your system to be picked up by the pregnancy test. This can be caused by the test being taken too early, test sensitivity, diluted urine or failure to follow test instructions. To avoid inaccurate results you should try to wait as long as possible before testing.

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