What method of birth control are you using?
When is your next period due?
Have you noticed any changes to your breasts?
Have you been feeling sick recently?
How are your energy levels?
Have you been going to the bathroom to urinate more often than normal?
How is your general mood?
Have you noticed any changes to your appetite?
Based on your answers, it is unlikely, but not impossible, that you are pregnant this cycle. Not all women will suffer from pregnancy symptoms though, and all pregnancies are different so do not worry. One way you can be certain is to take a pregnancy test.
Based on your answers, there is a chance you might be pregnant. Find out for sure by taking a Clearblue® Pregnancy Test as soon as possible. Some symptoms might be for reasons other than pregnancy – if you are concerned, speak to your doctor.
If you’re trying to get pregnant, but testing indicates you are not, using an ovulation test to identify your fertile days will help you maximize your chances of getting pregnant.
Who should take this online pregnancy quiz?
You may want to take this “Am I pregnant?” quiz if:
- You’ve had unprotected sex and think you may be pregnant but haven’t tested yet.
- You think you might be experiencing potential signs of pregnancy.
- You think it’s possible you’re in the early weeks of pregnancy.
Will it give me a definitive answer about whether I could be pregnant or not?
An online pregnancy quiz is no substitute for a pregnancy test in confirming whether or not you are pregnant. It can, however, help you check your current symptoms so you can decide your next steps. It will allow you to see whether you have any of the early signs of pregnancy and decide if it’s time for you to get a pregnancy test.
If you’ve found yourself asking “how do I know if I am pregnant or not”, then one of the first things to consider is whether you have any of the top signs of early pregnancy (the other is to take a test!). See below whether you have any of these.
The top one: a missed period
If your periods are regular, then one of the earliest, most obvious, and most reliable signs of pregnancy is missing your period. Although there are other causes for missed periods that are not due to pregnancy, most of the time, pregnancy is the likely cause. If you’ve missed a period, take a pregnancy test to be sure.
The other 5 top signs
There are other early signs of pregnancy to look out for other than a missed period, such as:
- Nausea or morning sickness
- Tender and/or swollen breasts
- Frequent urination
- Implantation bleeding (light spotting that happens when a fertilized egg implants into the uterus).
How to know if it’s pregnancy or PMS?
Some symptoms of PMS overlap with those of early pregnancy, such as:
- Tender breasts
- Mood changes
If you are not sure, but think you could be pregnant, why not try the Clearblue® Early Digital Pregnancy Test or the Clearblue® Early Detection Pregnancy Test, which allows you to test 6 days before your missed period (5 days before your expected period), so you don’t have to wait to miss a period to be sure.
You can also read more about the symptoms that lead you to ask “Am I pregnant or is it PMS” or take our quiz.
Could I be pregnant and other FAQs
How do I know if I’m pregnant without taking a test?
The only way to confirm a pregnancy is by taking a test. Although a missed period, along with other symptoms, is a likely sign, only a pregnancy test, either done at home or at the doctor’s, will give you a definitive answer.
If you want to test quickly and discreetly in the comfort of your own home, then Clearblue®’s pregnancy tests are as accurate as a doctor’s urine test.
What are the first signs of pregnancy?
A missed period is usually the first solid sign you’re pregnant, but you may notice other early pregnancy symptoms such as morning sickness or tender breasts.
Can I tell if I’m pregnant 1 week after sex?
Not very likely. Even if you have sex around ovulation, and the sperm fertilizes the egg, it takes around 7 to 9 days for the fertilized egg to implant in the womb, and only after that does hCG start to appear in small amounts in your urine. You might also see some very light implantation bleeding.
However, to find out as early as possible, why not try Clearblue® Digital Ultra Early Pregnancy Test, which you can use 6 days before your missed period.
What is the chance I’m pregnant?
If you had unprotected sex around the time you ovulated, there is a chance you are pregnant, but you’ll only be able to confirm you are pregnant with a pregnancy test.
What are two early signs of pregnancy?
The first sign you are pregnant is typically a missed period, but you might also have some light spotting (also called implantation bleeding) about 7 to 9 days following ovulation, which is usually much lighter than your normal period.
What are the top 5 signs of pregnancy?
The main signs of pregnancy are:
- A missed period
- Morning sickness
- Tender and/or swollen breasts
- Cravings or aversions.
- Provides early detection of the pregnancy hormone. 71% of pregnancies can be detected 6 days before the missed period (5 days before the expected period).
- Gnoth C., et al. Hum Reprod. (2003) 18 (9): 1959-1966.
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