Are you asking yourself, “Am I pregnant?” Take our quiz! It’s like an online pregnancy test that reveals what may (or may not) be happening inside you.
Waiting for that positive pregnancy test? The time between when you ovulate and either get your period or get a BFP test can be BRUTAL! Maybe you’re doing a pregnancy test daily, scrutinizing the stick for any sign of a faint line. Maybe you’re absolutely sure you’re experiencing early signs of pregnancy, though it’s only been a few days since you ovulated.
But still, the question nags at you: Am I pregnant?
We hear you, mama! Although we can’t be 100% sure whether or not you’ve conceived, we’re going to give it our best shot. From implantation cramping and implantation bleeding to sore breasts in pregnancy and pregnancy insomnia, there are lots of pregnancy symptoms our bodies give us when we are, in fact, truly pregnant.
So what do you think? Are you pregnant?
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Am I Pregnant? Quiz Says Yes!
Are congratulations in order, mama? We hope so! Of course, you’ll want to confirm the results of our just-for-fun quiz with an at-home pregnancy test and an initial visit to your midwife or OB/GYN. In the meantime, you may want to take a look at our due date calculator and sign up for week-to-week pregnancy updates. It’s also a good idea to start taking prenatal vitamins, if you haven’t already.
Am I Pregnant? Quiz Says Maybe!
This is where things get a little tricky. Are those sore breasts a result of early pregnancy, or is it just PMS? We’re sorry to say that we just can’t tell! It’s going to be a long couple of days, but you will know soon, so hang tight! Remember that pregnancy tests are most accurate the day of your missed period, or even later. Luckily, you might not have to wait that long—some women get a positive pregnancy test as few as 10 days past ovulation, thanks to the increased sensitivity of at-home tests.
If you think you might be pregnant and can handle the emotional ups and downs of testing early, there’s no harm in starting to test 7-10 days past ovulation. Just don’t lose hope! And if you happen to see a faint line? Well, a faint line is just as good as a dark line… it might just be time to celebrate!
Am I Pregnant? Quiz Says No!
We know how tough it is to wait for that BFP, especially if you’ve been trying for awhile. But our simple pregnancy quiz here doesn’t know everything! A surprise may still be in store. Remember that every journey to motherhood is different. If you’re having trouble conceiving, check out these natural ways to increase your fertility and be sure to use our ovulation tracker to pinpoint your most fertile days. If you have experienced loss, allow yourself to feel all of the raw emotions and seek help and support if you need it. Have faith that your rainbow baby is coming. ?? ?
Best wishes and baby dust to you mama!