Pregnancy Test ONLINE

If you think you might be pregnant give our online pregnancy test a try.  While we can't measure your hcG levels online, we can help you figure out how late your period is and your chances for having conceived a baby.  If your test shows increased odds that you may be pregnant then you should consider purchasing an at home pregnancy test kit or visit your doctor for a pregnancy blood test.  You will also want to start taking folic acid and prenatal vitamins to ensure the proper growth and development of your baby.  These first few weeks of your baby's development are critical and you want to be sure that your baby is getting all of the vitamins and nutrients it needs.  Also, avoid taking any medications, drinking alcohol, or smoking as these substances can be detrimental to your baby's development.

On-Line Pregnancy Test

Your age:

On average, how many days is it from the first day of your period to the first day of your next period?
(28 days is average):

Enter the first day of your last normal period:

What day do you think you got pregnant?

Did you have intercourse on other days around that time?
YES NO

Have you experienced any of the following
(check all that apply):
Nausea or Vomiting
Fatigue or a need for Extra Sleep
Weight Gain or Feeling Bloated
Changes in Appetite
Frequent Urination
Sore or Tender Breasts
Odd Sensations in the Abdomen
A Positive Pregnancy Test
Sharp or Unbearable Pain in the Abdomen or Side

Are you... (check all that apply):
Under Unusual Stress Lately
Exercising More than Usual
Underweight for Your Height

What birth control method were you using when you think you conceived?:
None (I want to get pregnant)
None (I do not want to get pregnant)
Withdrawal (pull-out method)
Calendar or Rhythm Method
Basal Body Temperature Method
Male Condoms
Female Condoms
Spermicides
Birth Control Pill
Birth Control Patch
Birth Control Ring
Diaphragm or Cervical Cap
Sponge
IUD
Depo-Provera
Norplant
Tubal Ligation
Vasectomy

 

DISCLAIMER: This online test should never be used to replace a true urine or blood test for pregnancy. This test does not imply or suggest the medical diagnosis of pregnancy. The resulting pregnancy report should not be considered medical advice. For greater reliability take an at home pregnancy test or visit your doctor for a blood pregnancy test.  These are the only true ways to confirm a pregnancy.

Start preparing your body for pregnancy by taking pregnancy plus prenatal vitamins.

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