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Take This Simple Quiz to See If Your Birth Control May Have Failed You

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Based on Your Answers to this Quiz:

Hopefully, the quiz may have helped to put some perspective on your situation, and you probably have many questions. Before you begin to explore your options, it is a wise idea to first really confirm whether or not you are pregnant.

The best and most reliable way to determine if your birth control failed, and a pregnancy has occurred is to take a pregnancy test.

Information on Pregnancy Tests:

  • General Types of Pregnancy Tests
    There are many different types and brands of home pregnancy tests, but they all function in the same manner - they check a woman's urine for presence of hCG hormone. Blood pregnancy tests check for the same hCG hormone, only these detect the hormone in the blood and must be performed at a doctor's office

  • Home Pregnancy Tests
    Learn how home pregnancy tests work, the accuracy of home pregnancy tests, and whether to trust the results.

  • How To How To Use a Home Pregnancy Test
    Information about home pregnancy tests. Find out how to use a home pregnancy test as well as when to take a pregnancy test. Plus, learn tips about home pregnancy testing.

  • Blood Pregnancy Tests
    Information about blood pregnancy tests. Pregnancy tests detect the human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) hormone in the blood. Learn what to expect from a blood pregnancy tests. The differences between quantitative and qualitative blood tests are explained as well as how blood pregnancy tests compare to home pregnancy or urine tests. The accuracy of blood pregnancy tests is also explored.

Birth Control Failure Resources:

  • Unplanned Pregnancy Help
    When confronted with an unplanned pregnancy, your options include keeping the baby, placing the baby for adoption, or terminating the pregnancy.

  • Did My Birth Control Fail?
    What if I'm pregnant? Many women may be thinking this if their period is late. Other questions you may have could include: Am I pregnant? Did My Birth Control Fail? When will I know, and how can I tell if I'm pregnant? What do I do if I have an unintended pregnancy? Learn about the female reproductive system, ovulation, and conception to help determine if you may be at risk for an unintended pregnancy.

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