Online pregnancy quizzes work by allowing users to answer questions regarding possible pregnancy symptoms that they are experiencing, according to Parents.com. However, it is important to remember that an online quiz cannot give an accurate answer about pregnancy since a blood or urine sample is required, warns WebMD.
If a woman believes that she might be pregnant after completing an online quiz, taking a home pregnancy test is an easy way to confirm. Home pregnancy tests detect human chorionic gonadotropin in urine, according to Everyday Health. For maximum accuracy, a woman should test approximately one week after her missed period. Using the first urine of the morning also increases test accuracy.
By visiting a health care provider, a woman can also have a blood test to confirm pregnancy. Just like the urine test, the blood test checks for the presence of hCG in the blood, explains WebMD. In most cases, a blood test can confirm pregnancy six to eight days after ovulation.
Some of the most common symptoms of early pregnancy include nausea, food aversions, fatigue and swollen, sore breasts, reports WebMD. However, symptoms vary greatly among women, and some women do not experience any symptoms during the early stages of pregnancy.