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Pregnancy test

If you have had unprotected sex and think you could be pregnant you will need to have a pregnancy test. Pregnancy results will show two to three weeks after the time the egg was fertilised. Pregnancy tests very rarely show a negative result when you may be pregnant. If you do the test before your period was due it may give you a false result.

The Fono can do a pregnancy test to determine whether you are pregnant. Signs of pregnancy usually appear two to three weeks after conception. They vary from woman to woman but may include:

  • missing a period
  • a short, lighter period
  • feeling tired
  • nausea or vomiting (known as morning sickness, but not always in the morning)
  • feeling bloated or period-like cramps
  • appetite changes
  • mood changes

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