Are you wondering whether you are pregnant or not? You probably have not taken a t home pregnancy test or can’t decide whether the line you see is real. Many women go though this. But, don’t worry anymore because this post “The Most Accurate Am I pregnant Quiz” will help you and many others know if they are pregnant and if it is worth take a pregnancy test. If you are in your two week wait, this quiz can work for you too. There is no need to wait two whole weeks to find out whether you are pregnant or not. Ditch the pregnancy tests, and take this quiz.
This post will consist of a series of question. Answer these questions accurately. I will leave an explanation under each question to help you make an accurate decision. If you still do know how to answer a question, follow your heart. At the end of the quiz, I will leave an explanation how to grade the quiz and decide whether you are pregnant or not.
***Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. This is not medical advice. This is for informational purposes only. If you have any concerns, please talk to your doctor. Also, this post may contain affiliate links. if you make a purchase, I may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you.
Most Accurate Am I Pregnant Quiz
1. Have you had unprotected sexual intercourse since your last period?
If you have had unprotected sex since your last period, then there is always a chance you may be pregnant. If contraceptives were used, your chance of pregnancy is much lower. But, that does not mean you are not pregnant. Some contraceptives work better than others. So, it really depends on what contraceptive you used. Click here to read more about the chances of pregnancy while using different types of birth control.
2. Do you have spotting, a missed period or a lighter period than usual?
These are all very early signs of pregnancy. Spotting or implantation bleeding a few days after ovulation occurs to one out of three pregnant women. This pink or light brown spotting last for a few hours to two days and happens when a fertilized egg buries itself into the wall of the uterine lining. You may think it is a light period. But, technically you cannot get your period while being pregnant. So, implantation bleeding is much different than a period and you will notice there is something wrong or unusual.
A missed period is a major sign of pregnancy. If you know when to expect your period and it has not come, you should take a pregnancy test. Once your pregnancy begins, the hormone progesterone and HCG keeps increasing which prevents your uterine lining from shedding. Remember, you could have some bleeding (implantation bleeding) and still be pregnant. Other types of bleeding still can occur during early pregnancy. Click here to know more.
3. Did or do you feel twitches, pinches or light cramps in your lower abdominal area?
Yes, it is possible to feel implantation. I felt the baby implant itself in my uterus during all three of my pregnancies. Implantation cramping is much different from period cramps. You may feel pinches and twitches or just a dull pain that may come and go for a few minutes to 2 days. You can feel it in the middle or the sides of your lower abdominal area.
If you do not feel this, it does not mean you are not pregnant. You may feel this and not have any implantation bleeding. So, again this only happens to some women and most women do not even notice it because the pain or discomfort is very mild.
4. Do you feel nauseous or does your tummy seem off?
Once the fertilized egg buries itself in the uterine lining, it begins releasing the pregnancy hormone called HCG. HCG causes nausea and vomiting in some women. Usually, the HCG levels are high enough at 6 weeks or pregnancy to cause morning sickness. But, some people like me are highly sensitive to HCG and begin feeling nausea as soon as they become pregnant.
You may not nausea but instead feel like there is something wrong with your tummy. You may lose your appetite or have food aversions. These are all caused by the hormone HCG. Some people never feel anything throughout their pregnancy. They are the lucky ones because morning sickness sucks!
5. Are your breasts or nipples more sensitive than usual?
Your breasts or nipples may become sensitive or begin to hurt. This is totally normal during early pregnancy. AN increased amount of progesterone causes this. But keep in mind, this symptom also occurs to women who have premenstrual symptoms. Before your period comes, you progesterone levels are high but drop dramatically with the arrival of the menstrual bleeding. But, during pregnancy, progesterone levels keep increasing causes the sensitivity of the breasts not to go away. So, if it isn’t going away or you usually don’t feel this before the arrival of your period, then it is a sign of pregnancy. Some women don’t feel pain at all. That is totally normal.
Nipples can also change during early pregnancy. They may become more sensitive, get darker or more bumps may appear. This occurs because your body is changing to prepare for the needs of the baby in a few months. Nipple changes is not a premenstrual symptom. So, that can help you determine whether you are pregnant or not.
6. Have you taken a pregnancy test and did it turn positive?
Yes, pregnancy tests are the way to go. If you feel pregnant, it doesn’t hurt to take one. If you are taking a quiz to know whether you are pregnant or not before a missed period, the rest of the test can do the job. But, it is good to know that you can get a positive pregnancy test six days earlier than a missed period. These tests can do that. If you want to wait that is also your choice. Do what you feel is the right thing to do.
If you have taken a pregnancy test and it is negative, then wait for a few days and retest. You may be too early. If you have not taken a pregnancy test, think about taking one. It is the only thing that can help you really know. Or, just go to a doctor and take a pregnancy test. If you see a faint line, retest in 48 hours. It should double in darkness. If you can’t tell if it is a faint positive or an evap line, then click here to know how to tell the difference.
So, the results of the most accurate am I pregnant quiz?
- If you have answered yes to all of these questions. Then congrats you are pregnant!
- If you answered yes to question one, you have a chance of being pregnant! And if you also answered yes to one or more of the other questions, then you have a higher chance of being pregnant!
- You must take a pregnancy test to know for sure. If you still feel pregnant but the tests are negative, then see your obgyn or primary physician. You may be pregnant!
I hope you liked the most accurate am I pregnant quiz. Leave a comment if you have concerns or questions. Tell us your results! I would love to chat and tell you my opinion!