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How do I know if I am pregnant?

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Dr. Patrick Weix
Obstetrics & Gynecology
11 doctors agree

In brief: Pregnancy Test

Many conditions and meds can lead to suspension of menses.
An otc pregnancy test is cheap and accurate. Concerned about doing a test yourself or have a confusing result? Get a blood test from your doctor.

In brief: Pregnancy Test

Many conditions and meds can lead to suspension of menses.
An otc pregnancy test is cheap and accurate. Concerned about doing a test yourself or have a confusing result? Get a blood test from your doctor.
Dr. Patrick Weix
Dr. Patrick Weix
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Dr. Dennis Higginbotham
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Use a pregnancy test

The definitive way to know if you are pregnant is to use a pregnancy test.
However, there are signs and symptoms that some women will note when they have concieved. Breast fullness and tenderness is common, as is fatigue, urinary frequency, headache, constipation, and pelvic cramping. Morning sickness (nausea) is also very common, and of course missing your period is likely after conception.

In brief: Use a pregnancy test

The definitive way to know if you are pregnant is to use a pregnancy test.
However, there are signs and symptoms that some women will note when they have concieved. Breast fullness and tenderness is common, as is fatigue, urinary frequency, headache, constipation, and pelvic cramping. Morning sickness (nausea) is also very common, and of course missing your period is likely after conception.
Dr. Dennis Higginbotham
Dr. Dennis Higginbotham
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