Am I Pregnant?

Do you have a strong suspicion that you may be pregnant? Apart from morning sickness and a missed period what are some of the early pregnancy symptoms which hint that you may have conceived? When is the right time to do a pregnancy test to confirm? Read about it all and get a quick overview about pregnancy routine tests and ultrasounds.

Pregnancy Symptoms Before a Missed Period

Pregnancy Symptoms Before a Missed Period

One of the earliest signs of pregnancy is a missed period. But there are several other pregnancy symptoms besides a missed period which can subtly hint that you may have conceived. These tell tale signs are basically bodily changes that are...

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Pregnancy Diagnostic Tests

Pregnancy Diagnostic Tests

Pregnancy is a period of anxiety - especially for the mother-to-be. Though a vast number of pregnancies are normal, the average rise in maternal age and lifestyle changes do pose a new set of challenges for today's mothers. But on the bright...

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Morning Sickness

Morning Sickness

Morning Sickness refers to the nausea that most women experience during the early months of pregnancy. It usually begins around the 6th week of pregnancy and lasts throughout the first trimester. Nausea is triggered by the sudden increase of...

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A Guide to using Home Pregnancy Test Kits

A Guide to using Home Pregnancy Test Kits

If you’ve missed your periods and are eager to find out if you’re pregnant or not, the best way to confirm it is through the home pregnancy kit which will help you find an answer. How does the home pregnancy kit work? The test kit uses the...

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Early Pregnancy Tests

Early Pregnancy Tests

A pregnancy test is an accurate way of finding out if you are pregnant or not. Generally, there are two basic types of pregnancy tests - urine test and blood test. Both tests check for a hormone called hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) that is...

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Will your baby be a boy or a girl? This ancient chart is supposed to predict your child's gender, based upon your age and the month of conception!
  • Calculate your week / month of pregnancy and track your baby development,

    Click here for a ready reckoner.