A basic, over-the-counter pregnancy test is the most accurate indicator of pregnancy available. Also, physical changes may indicate the early stages of pregnancy. Not all women have these early changes, nor does having one or more symptoms do not necessarily mean you are pregnant.
But knowing common indications can help you understand the changes you may experience in the dawn of a pregnancy.
Recognizing the Signs
1. Consider your actions. Obviously, you need to have had $exual intercourse to get pregnant, although not necessarily penetration. Did you have $ex without a condom? Did a condom break? Did you forget to take your birth control pills? If you did things that put you at high risk for pregnancy, that will play a huge role in determining if you are pregnant.
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