1. Did you have unprotected sex in the last 5 days?
Given this short timeframe, it is possible to prevent pregnancy using an emergency contraception pill. It’s 99% effective and safe; is available in most pharmacies globally and can protect for up to 72 to 120 hours (dependeing on the brand) after unprotected sex. Another option is copper IUD; it can be inserted 120 hours after unprotected sex and can also work as a long-term contraceptive. To get more information about emergency contraception, visit: https://findmymethod.org/findmethod/emergency-contraception/.
2. Have you had sex since your last period?
Did you use protection?
3. Do you usually use contraceptives? Choose the most frequent.
4. When is your next period due?
5. Have you experienced “morning sickness” at any time of the day?
6. Have you had cramps?
7. Have you had spotting?
8. Have you noticed any changes in your breasts?
9. How would you describe your level of tiredness?
10. Have you been going to the toilet more frequently?
11. Have you experienced…
12. Did you plan on getting pregnant?
Based on your answers, there is a chance that you are pregnant. We recommend that you take a pregnancy test to confirm this. To learn how you can do that, visit our page “How to confirm a pregnancy?”. And if you are curious how a pregnancy occurs, visit our page “How does a pregnancy happen?” to learn about the process.', 'findmymethod' );?>
Based on your answers, there is a chance that you are pregnant. We recommend that you take a pregnancy test to confirm this. To learn how you can do that, visit our page “How to confirm a pregnancy?”. If this is an unplanned pregnancy, visit our page “Pregnancy options” to learn about different alternatives available if you don’t want to become a mother.
Based on your answers, there is a low chance that you are pregnant. We recommend that you take a pregnancy test to confirm this. To learn how you can do that, visit our page “How to confirm a pregnancy?”. We understand a delay in period - even for a few days - could make anyone anxious. But pregnancy is not the only time periods are delayed; using a hormonal contraceptive or having taken an emergency contraception pill could also cause this. To learn about potential side effects of different contraceptive methods, visit: findmymethod.org
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