Am I Pregnant? This is a question millions of mom ask each year – and this this online pregnancy test might point you in the right direction. Just answer a couple of questions related to early pregnancy symptoms to find out if the signs point to yes or no!
Am I pregnant?
If you are trying to get pregnant (or your period is unexpectedly late) you might be asking yourself this question constantly.
There’s a reason why one of our most popular post is about very early pregnancy symptoms.
While the only sure fire way to know if you are pregnant is to take a pregnancy test, there are definitely some little signs that can indicate whether you have a little one growing or not.
So I’ve put together this fun “Could I Be Pregnant” Quiz to help you decide if maybe you could be pregnant. I took the most common early pregnancy signs and symptoms and put them together in this handy quiz. If anything, it can help you sit out the long wait until you can actually verify pregnancy.
Related reading: When to Take a Pregnancy Test
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Early Pregnancy Symptoms
There are many early pregnancy signs that show up even before you’ll get a positive test, such as:
- Sore nipples
- Stomach problems
- Darkening areolas
In this quiz, I will address the following questions and symptoms. Make sure you answer as honestly as possible to get an answer as accurate as an online test can give you.
- Have you taken a pregnancy test? This is a pretty sure fire answer if you’ve taken it correctly 🙂
- Bloating (learn more about early pregnancy bloating here)
- Digestive issues (such as diarrhea in early pregnancy)
- Tiredness – whenever I’m pregnant, even in the early weeks, I can’t even keep my eyes open past 9 PM.
- Basal Body Temperature – if you are serious about getting pregnant, you should definitely be tracking your BBT. You can learn more about this and other tracking measure in my post – the secret to getting pregnant (faster)
- And more!
Online Pregnancy Test
This quiz should not take the place of an actual pregnancy test and cannot be used to actually verify pregnancy. Always call your doctor if you suspect pregnancy!
Now you can take the quiz. Just navigate through the questions and at the end, you’ll get your results.
This quiz takes into account your answers to all the questions, so make sure you answer them with as much honesty as you can.
Think You are Pregnant?
If you took the quiz and you think you might be pregnant, congratulations! This is the start of a very exciting journey.
We have TONS of pregnancy related content here on Clarks Condensed, but I think you might find the following helpful:
- Tips for Managing Morning Sickness
- Gender Prediction Tests and Myths
- Surviving Pregnancy: The First Trimester
- 50+ Ways to Enjoy Pregnancy
And this is a bit far off, but once you get to the point where you might be in labor, if you enjoyed this quiz, you’ll love this one – When Will I Go Into Labor Quiz
Not Pregnant Yet?
If you have been trying to get pregnant, it can feel so discouraging to get a negative pregnancy test.
Don’t give up though – it can take up to a year for a healthy male and female to conceive a child.
And if you are struggling with infertility, my heart goes out to you. I know that can be such a heart-wrenching journey. Here are a few resources that might be helpful:
- Why Am I Not Getting Pregnant? 12 Possible Reasons.
- Infertilitees – this is an infertility support website my sister runs. She has struggled with infertility for many years (and has two miracle babies now), and she’s been very vocal about her experience. Her website is an excellent resource!
- The Secret to Getting Pregnant Faster
- Ava Women – this bracelet is an awesome tool for anyone trying to get pregnant! It eliminates the need to use a basal body thermometer (I’m so bad at those!) Many women have been able to get pregnant using this. You can use the code Clarkscondensed for free shipping.
Katie is a Colorado-native, BYU graduated, and most importantly, wife to one and mother to three beautiful boys. She is passionate about sharing her experiences with others – especially about pregnancy, breastfeeding, cooking, and crafts. She is currently training to be a Certified Lactation Educator. She loves spending time with her family and helping others find joy in family life.