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Am I Pregnant?

Whether you realize it or not, you might be showing some early signs of pregnancy. Take our quiz to find out whether you should break out the pee stick.
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Updated January 30, 2017
Am I Pregnant?
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1
Has Aunt Flo paid you a visit this month?
Nope, still waiting for her to make an entrance, which is weird since she’s normally right on time.
No, but I don’t usually have regular periods anyway, so this isn’t out of the ordinary.
Yup, got it.
2
Think about your boobs for a sec. How are they feeling?
Dude, now that you mention it, they’re killing me and feel heavier or tinglier than normal.
Just like my usual PMS boobs.
Totally status quo.
3
Are you near a mirror? Check out the twins. What do they look like?
Whoa, my areolas look dark!
They could have gotten a little darker. Honestly, I don’t know!
They’re just as awesome as usual.
4
Have you noticed any queasiness lately?
YES! I’ve been pretty consistently feeling like I’m gonna puke.
Actually, I noticed my stomach churn recently, but I chalked it up to motion sickness or a weird smell.
Nope!
5
How tired are you right now?
Are you kidding? I can barely stay awake to take this frickin’ quiz.
I’m kind of tired, but it’s not terrible, and there might be another explanation for it -- I’ve been working like crazy lately.
Fully energized.
6
How’s your appetite been lately?
Ugh, not good at all. Just the thought of certain foods -- even ones I normally love -- makes me feel sick.
I’ve noticed that I’ve been hungry for specific flavors, such as salty stuff like potato chips or sour things like lemonade or bland food -- hold the mustard!
I’m racking my brain but can’t think of anything out of the ordinary for me.
7
What about your clothes -- how are they fitting?
They’re a little tight. I checked the scale, and I’ve put on a pound or two.
They’re tight, but I don’t think I’ve gained weight. I’m probably just bloated.
I haven’t noticed a difference.
8
Have you felt any of these symptoms lately: headaches, lightheadedness or more frequent trips to the bathroom (we’re talkin’ ’bout #1)?
Yup, at least one of them -- and it’s driving me crazy.
Hmm... yeah, now that you mention it, I've had at least one of them.
Nope.
9
How’s your mood?
Well, I bawled my eyes out while watching something more like How I Met Your Mother than Titanic.
PMSy. (Kinda cranky.)
I haven’t been more emotional than usual, that I can think of.
10
Were you charting your basal body temperature?
Yes (I’ve been TTC!), and my temp has been up at least a fraction of a degree for more than two weeks. I’m taking it accurately, too -- before I even get out of bed.
Yes, and I haven’t noticed a difference, or I have, but it hasn’t been consistent.
Nope.
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