Am I Pregnant? — Symptom Checker!
Are you wondering whether you could be pregnant? Are you experiencing pregnancy symptoms? Did you have a contraceptive failure? If you want to know whether you might be pregnant before taking a home pregnancy test, this page is for you.
Take our Online Pregnancy Test and receive an initial assessment.
Completing the test takes approx. 2 minutes. A professional evaluation will immediately appear on your screen. You will also be sent a copy via email for later review.
This is how the quiz works:
- Identify your symptoms in a multiple-choice format.
- Upon completing the quiz, you will receive immediate feedback via email at no cost to you.
- This email contains an evaluation by which you can assess the symptoms you are experiencing and tips on how to proceed.
In addition to a missed period (the most significant sign of pregnancy), a pregnancy is also noticeable through other physical symptoms. These include abdominal pain, breast tenderness, nausea, changes in appetite, cravings, fatigue, mood swings, and an increased urge to urinate.
Read more about other symptoms and whether these necessarily point to pregnancy by going to Signs of Pregnancy.
Changes within your body will make you aware of your pregnancy. The most significant sign is a missed period. Other pregnancy symptoms include abdominal pain, breast tenderness, nausea, fatigue and mood swings. Nevertheless, these symptoms may have other causes. They do not necessarily indicate a pregnancy. So, a urine test is advisable. Ultimately, a pregnancy can only be confirmed by a medical provider.
The most telling sign of pregnancy is a missed period. Other signs may include nausea, a heightened sense of smell and mood swings. The presence and intensity of these and other symptoms vary from woman to woman.
You can take a pregnancy test as soon as your period is due. If your period is late, a pregnancy test should work. You can also know when to take a test by counting 14 days from the sexual intercourse in question.
An early result test may work a few days before your period is due (refer to the test instructions). However, a negative test may not be conclusive and may need to be repeated later.