How to tell if you’re pregnant

The average pregnancy lasts from four to eight weeks, with the average gestation time between six and nine weeks.

This means that you can start planning your pregnancy with a pregnancy calendar that has some variety.

To start, the best way to find out if you are pregnant is to look at your menstrual cycle.

It can tell you how you are feeling and help you plan your pregnancy well.

If you feel like your period is irregular or you have bleeding during the month of February, then you probably are pregnant.

To see if you have symptoms of pregnancy, you should also look for the pregnancy test.

Pregnancy tests are available at most pharmacies.

Your doctor will probably give you an ultrasound, which can detect the egg in the uterus.

It will show if the egg is fertilized and is about to hatch.

The ultrasound may also tell you whether you have a miscarriage or stillbirth.

You may also see an ultrasound during your prenatal check-up, which is also a common check-ups.

If your pregnancy test shows abnormal results, your doctor may give you more testing to see if your condition is more serious.

To make sure you are not pregnant, your health care provider will check for any signs of infection during your pregnancy.

If there are any signs, like a fever, it’s time to see your health provider.

If any of the following symptoms occur, you may be pregnant: swelling in the abdomen or lower back