## How To Check If You’re Pregnant Without A Test
It can be difficult to figure out if you’re pregnant or not without relying on the results of a pregnancy test. Many women are in search of ways to find out if they’re expecting without having to take a test. Taking a pregnancy test is the best way to confirm a pregnancy, but there are certain signs that give away the presence of a pregnancy.
There are lots of tell-tale signs you can look out for to check if you’re pregnant without a test. Here are some of the most common:
### Missed Periods
The most common and obvious sign of pregnancy is missing a period. If your period is late or you’ve had unprotected sex, a missed period can be a sign of pregnancy. However, missed periods can also be caused by other factors outside of pregnancy, such as stress, a change in medication or an irregular menstrual cycle. It’s important to note that if you are pregnant, you could possibly get your period for the first few months.
### Tender Breasts
Another common sign of pregnancy is tender breasts. As hormones change during pregnancy, your breasts can become very tender or sometimes painful to the touch. Noticing your breasts are very sensitive is a common pregnancy symptom.
Feeling exhausted is another symptom commonly associated with early pregnancy. During the first trimester, many women experience a sudden shift in hormones, making them feel constantly tired.
Many women experience early morning sickness, a common symptom of pregnancy. Nausea usually starts to appear in the first trimester of pregnancy, and can come with vomiting.
### Frequent Urination
The hormones in the body change quickly at the start of a pregnancy, which can result in the frequent need to urinate. There could be other explanations for frequent urination, such as a urinary tract infection, so it is important to talk to your doctor if you are feeling the urge to constantly go to the bathroom.
###Changes in Taste
If you’re pregnant, you might find that certain foods or drinks taste differently than usual, or you might no longer be able to enjoy certain foods that you could before. This is due to the hormones changing in your body and can be an early sign of a new pregnancy.
You might experience a sudden change in your appetite as a sign of your pregnancy. You may find yourself wanting to eat more or less than usual, or feeling hungrier or thirstier than normal.
Taking a pregnancy test is the only way to confirm a pregnancy, however, if you notice any signs listed above that could indicate a pregnancy, then it is important to talk to your doctor in order to receive an accurate diagnosis.
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