Are You Pregnant? This Quiz Knows...

Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Early Pregnancy

Are You Pregnant? This Quiz Knows...

You got: You are most likely pregnant.

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From what you've told us, there is a very good chance that you are pregnant. Not only do you have many of the symptoms, you have had the opportunity to get pregnant based on your score.

The first place to start is to take a pregnancy test and to meet with your doctor to confirm the results and ensure everything is on track. The next step would then to calculate the due date and make all of the necessary preparations to ensure you and your baby remain healthy throughout the entire course of the pregnancy.

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Are You Pregnant? This Quiz Knows...

You got: You may be pregnant.

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While it's not entirely certain, you definitely have many of the signs of an early pregnancy. Sure, there's a chance it's a false alarm, but the likelihood is better than not that a pregnancy has occurred.

The only way to know for sure, of course, is to take a pregnancy test. If you're not quite ready to find out yet, wait a few days and take the quiz again. If your score goes up, the best course of action would be to either get an in-home test or visit your doctor to confirm your suspicions.

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Are You Pregnant? This Quiz Knows...

You got: There's a chance you may be pregnant.

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We're not saying that your chances are either good or bad. There is definitely something going on, and many of the symptoms you're experiencing are suggestive of a pregnancy. Still, there's also a chance that may be caused by something else.

The best thing to do is to wait for a few days and take this quiz again. If the score goes up, it would suggest that your condition is progressing. If you can't wait that long (and why would you?), you can take a pregnancy now so long as you use it as directed.

If the test is negative, it may still be a good idea to visit your doctor. Whatever the cause of your symptoms may be, it's always best to have it checked out sooner rather than later.

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Are You Pregnant? This Quiz Knows...

You got: You may not be pregnant.

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While there is something definitely going on, there is not enough to suggest that pregnancy is the cause. Things like excessive urination, for example, could be caused by a number of conditions.The same applies to vaginal discharge, nausea, and mood swings.

This is not to suggest that you aren't pregnant; you could very well be. But it's hard to make an assumption based on what you've told us.

The best thing to do at this stage is to wait a few days and take the quiz again to see if the score changes. Alternately, you can take an at-home pregnancy test which is ​fast and accurate if used correctly.

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Are You Pregnant? This Quiz Knows...

You got: You are probably not pregnant.

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Based on what you've told us, it is unlikely that you are pregnant. Either your symptoms aren't suggestive of early pregnancy or your likelihood of pregnancy is low in relation to your symptoms.

If you consistently use a birth control pill, for example, there is only a one percent chance of getting pregnant. The same applies to Depo-Provera or an IUD.  This, coupled with low-level or contradictory symptoms, makes it difficult to suggest that a pregnancy has taken place.

If, however, you still believe you are pregnant, follow your instincts. You lose nothing by taking a pregnancy test and may even be surprised by the results.

THIS TOOL DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. It is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical consultation, diagnosis or treatment.

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