Could I be pregnant? Online Pregnancy Test

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 approximately 2 minutes. You will then receive an immediate professional evaluation.

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I think I may be pregnant, because…
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Since my last period, I had sex or was physically intimate:

What could have impacted my period?

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I am experiencing the following symptoms, which make me think I may be pregnant:

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Since my last period, I had sex or was physically intimate:
If you were pregnant, how would you react?
If you were pregnant, how would you react?
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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.

Further Information:


  • Prenatal diagnostics are screenings offered before birth. These go beyond routine check-ups. They aim to detect diseases or disabilities in the unborn baby and, if necessary, provide timely treatment. However, the findings are often not one hundred percent reliable. Some testing procedures also involve physical risks. Prenatal diagnostic screenings are voluntary.

  • Usually, procedures that are deemed medically necessary are covered by insurance. These commonly include urine and blood tests and at least one ultrasound. While genetic testing is an elective out-of-pocket expense for most US residents, many other countries offer these tests under their national healthcare system.

  • Prenatal diagnostic tests can, on the one hand, relieve anxiety and provide reassurance. On the other hand, however, they can also foster concern, which may be unfounded. Prenatal diagnostic findings are often not 100 percent reliable.

    Abnormal results may be false and the baby may be healthy. Other diseases may be undetectable. Choosing invasive testing, which entails penetrating the woman’s body to reach the uterus, can lead to complications such as hemorrhaging, contractions, rupturing of membranes, infection, or miscarriage. Non-invasive testing through urine or blood samples does not pose a threat to the fetus.

    When deciding whether to undergo prenatal testing, it may be helpful to carefully weigh your options, stay well-informed, take sufficient time, and consider the possible repercussions.

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