Step 2: look at your pad and evaluate the heaviness of the blood flow. If you see just a few red-pink-light brown drops, it’s a good sign. Possibly you are pregnant. If you are experiencing a more heavy discharge with clots and other strange mucus, it can indicate serious diseases or even a missed miscarriage.
Step 3: listen to your abdominal feelings. If you experience some mild cramps, the probability of being pregnant increases a lot. Is it your little baby moving? Who knows, no one can explain the nature of cramping during the first weeks of pregnancy. The fetus is the size of the head of a pin. Think, how can you feel its movements?
Step 4: track your BBT. Of course it’s better if you already have a basal temp graphic. Can you detect early pregnancy with a BBT chart? Possibly, yes. If you are expecting a child, your BBT rate will become higher.
Step 5: take a HPT. If it’s negative, try one more in a few days. Thehormonecalledchorionicgonadotropin doubles every 2 days. Wait until its level will be enough to be detected by the HP test.
If you still think you may be pregnant, remember all the above-mentioned information, as it will be useful during your first ob-gyn visit.