Am I Pregnant? Quiz Yourself!

Am I Pregnant? Quiz Yourself!

You are most likely not pregnant.

Since you are using a reliable source of birth control, you are most likely not pregnant. However, sometimes birth control can fail so if you period is late, we recommend taking a pregnancy test or visiting a Memorial Medical Group OB/GYN for an exam.

This assessment is only a tool to assess the likelihood of pregnancy. This tool is not designed to diagnose pregnancy or other medical conditions.

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You could be pregnant.

Since you are not using a reliable source of birth control, are sexually active, and are experiencing a couple other pregnancy symptoms, there is a chance you are pregnant. Memorial recommends taking a pregnancy test or visiting a Memorial Medical Group OB/GYN for an exam to confirm if you are pregnant or not.

This assessment is only a tool to assess the likelihood of pregnancy. This tool is not designed to diagnose pregnancy or other medical conditions.

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You could be pregnant.

While you are not currently showing any obvious signs of pregnancy, you are sexually active and not using birthing control which can result in a pregnancy. Memorial recommends taking a pregnancy test if your period is late, and visiting a Memorial Medical Group OB/GYN for an exam annually.

This assessment is only a tool to assess the likelihood of pregnancy. This tool is not designed to diagnose pregnancy or other medical conditions.

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There is a good chance you are pregnant.

Since you are not using a reliable source of birth control and are experiencing several pregnancy symptoms, there is a good chance you are pregnant. However, pregnancy symptoms can often mimic other medical conditions. Memorial recommends taking a pregnancy test or visiting a Memorial Medical Group OB/GYN for an exam to confirm if you are pregnant or not.

This assessment is only a tool to assess the likelihood of pregnancy. This tool is not designed to diagnose pregnancy or other medical conditions.

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You are most likely not pregnant.

Since you are not currently sexually active, you are most likely not pregnant. However, we recommend visiting a Memorial Medical Group OB/GYN to discuss birth control options if you do not wish to become pregnant in the near future.

This assessment is only a tool to assess the likelihood of pregnancy. This tool is not designed to diagnose pregnancy or other medical conditions.

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From nausea to exhaustion to a missed period, many things can hint at pregnancy.

If you think you could be pregnant, take our quiz to find out if you should take a pregnancy test or visit a BJC Medical Group of Illinois doctor.

Are you using one of these forms of birth control consistently: condoms, pills, Depo Provera, IUD, tubal ligation, vasectomy?
Are you at least one day late for you period?
Are you over a week late for your period?
Do you normally have regular menstrual cycles?
Have you had sex at least once since you last period?
Have you had spotting but not a regular period?
Are you having cramps in your lower abdomen?
Are you feeling tired?
Are you experiencing nausea?
Are your breasts sore?
Are you urinating more often?
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