An online pregnancy test is available from About.com. However, the website advises that the test is not able to provide a definitive answer about whether or not a woman is pregnant. More »

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A pregnancy test cannot be taken online, since a blood or urine sample is required. Tests detect the presence of the human chorionic gonadotropin hormone in a woman's body, which indicates pregnancy, according to WebMD. More »

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An online pregnancy quiz determines if a woman may be pregnant based on typical symptoms and signs of pregnancy, such as breast tenderness and morning sickness, according to BabyMed. The test uses a woman’s answers to qu... More »

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A pregnancy test cannot be taken online, since a blood or urine sample is required. Tests detect the presence of the human chorionic gonadotropin hormone in a woman's body, which indicates pregnancy, according to WebMD. More »

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Blood pregnancy tests can detect pregnancy as early as six to eight days following ovulation, according to WebMD. Urine tests can typically detect pregnancy by the 10th day following a missed period. Urine pregnancy test... More »

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Most home pregnancy tests claim to provide 99 percent accurate results on the first day after a missed period. However, experts recommend waiting up to seven days to get the most accurate results, according to the Office... More »

While no quiz can diagnose pregnancy, websites such as TheBump.com and About.com provide questionnaires to evaluate the likelihood of pregnancy. Women who take the quizzes and earn a high score should consider taking a p... More »

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