Take this “Pregnancy test: How to know if you´re pregnant” to find out if you are pregnant.
Resolve any doubts you may have by completing this pregnancy test and discovering how to know if you are pregnant. Answer the questions and if you answer yes to the majority of the symptoms of pregnancy then congratulations, you’re pregnant!
Although the physical changes that accompany the initial stages of pregnancy can go unnoticed, there are some signs that you will be able to recognize, whilst others will only
be detected by a medical examination.
Not all pregnant women have symptoms at the beginning of pregnancy, the first signs are a late period or an increase in body temperature.
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If you have answered positively to the majority of the questions asked then it is likely that you are pregnant. To be sure you must do a urine or blood sample.
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Do you feel sick, with or without physically vomiting, when you wake up or during the day?
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Have you noticed any swelling?
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Have you noticed a sudden dislike for certain smells or perfumes?
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Have you lost your appetite, or by contrast found yourself with a much larger appetite?
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Have you been more emotional or irritable than usual?
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Are you more stressed than usual?
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Do you need more sleep than you usually do?
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Do you have heartburn?
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Have you noticed an increase in the size of your breasts?
For the majority of women a late period the is first indicator, however there are some cases this lateness is hard to calculate or realise. A late period can happen for other reasons other than pregnancy such as an illness, from taking medication, from changing contraception or just a change in lifestyle.
If you notice that your body temperature rises above 37ºC and your period has not come, it is possible that you are pregnant.