Pregnancy Test Calculator

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Have You a feeling of Vomiting or Nausea :   
Have You a Feeling of Change in Your Sense of Smell or Taste :   
Have You a Feeling of More Sleeping or Early Tiring :   
Have You More Urination Than Before :   
The Delay in Your Peroid in Days :   
Are Your Breasts Swollen or Tender :   
Do You Like Some Types of Food More Than Before :   
Have You Backaches or Headaches :   


This section explains how you can use this calculator to find out your chances of being pregnant.

This Calculator is based on the research on the known and scientifically understood symptoms of pregnancy. Missing a menstrual cycle is the most important symptom of pregnancy. Nausea is also observed during the early pregnancy and can linger through out the full term. This calculator makes use of some of the important indicators of early pregnancy. Based on such indicators it provides the probability of pregnancy. Although, it's easy to take this test and get the accurate information, but it should not be understood that it can replace the real pregnancy test by a doctor. You can use this test to find out if you are pregnant, if so you can see your doctor so that the actual test is done.


This test is programmed to assess if there is a chance of pregnancy for a certain individual. Although it is based on certain factors, but early symptoms of pregnancy are different for different women. After taking this test please make sure that you go through the actual test. As this test may not provide you the confirmation as the physical examination does so.

Here is the list of some symptoms of pregnancy:

  • When you miss a menstrual cycle, you may be pregnant. This is one of the best known symptoms and is the one that confirms that pregnancy has occurred. Although it is meant for pregnancy, but this symptom may also occur for other reasons such as excessive weight loss/gain, laving birth control pills etc.

  • The second important factor is Nausea.

  • Headaches and Backaches

  • Frequent Urination

  • Swollen breasts.