Fertility health quizzes can help you think about possible symptoms you may be experiencing. Some symptoms may give you hope -- maybe you're pregnant! Other kinds of symptoms may bring on worry -- maybe something is wrong.
And sometimes, you might even realize you should be worried until you've been asked about a specific problem. Your "normal" may not be truly normal.
These quizzes cannot diagnose pregnancy, infertility, or any disease, and they should be used for educational purposes only.
Always speak to your doctor if you're concerned about your health.
Infertility Symptoms Quiz
For some, their only symptom of infertility is the inability to get pregnant after one year. But others experience other symptoms or risk factors before they try to get pregnant.
Pregnancy Symptoms Quiz
During the two-week wait, who doesn't wonder if they might be experiencing pregnancy symptoms? While it's possible to experience symptoms and not be pregnant (and possible to have no symptoms and still be pregnant), it can be fun to obsess a little over how you're feeling.
PCOS Symptoms Quiz
PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, is a leading cause of infertility. Irregular ovulation, or anovulation, is one symptom of PCOS, but there are others to look out for. Could you have PCOS symptoms?
Problems with your period can hint to possible fertility problems. In fact, for many women, an irregular period or unusual periods symptoms are the first sign something may be wrong. Is your period normal? Take this period quiz to find out.
Endometriosis Symptoms Quiz
Endometriosis is a condition in which the endometrium, the tissue that lines the uterus, grows in other parts of the body. For some, endometriosis can cause terrible pain. Others may not experience pain, but will deal with infertility.
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) Quiz
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a common cause of blocked fallopian tubes, and the leading cause of preventable infertility. PID occurs when infection caused by a sexually transmitted disease travels up the reproductive system. PID can lead to severe symptoms, mild but chronic symptoms, or be completely silent, with no symptoms. PID can continue to damage the reproductive organs over time without treatment, so early diagnosis and treatment is important.
Depression Symptoms Quiz
Unfortunately, infertility and depression commonly occur together. Those experiencing infertility are often under extreme stress, which can lead to depression. And depression can further harm your fertility.
There may also be a hormonal connection between infertility and depression.
Wondering if you're depressed? Take this depression quiz, based on the Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale (CES-D).
Ovulation Symptoms Quiz
If you're trying to get pregnant, you want to have sex before you ovulate. How can you know if ovulation is approaching? By paying attention to ovulation signs and symptoms.
Odds of Conceiving Twins
You probably already know that Clomid, IVF, IUI, and other fertility treatments can increase your risk of conceiving multiples. But other factors can also increase your odds for twins, including your height, weight, age, and family history. This quiz will show help you see whether you have higher odds for conceiving twins compared to the general population, with or without fertility drugs.
Twin Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Quiz
If you think (or know that) you're pregnant, and you've taken fertility drugs, you may be wondering if you're carrying twins. The only sure way to know is through ultrasound, but it can be fun to evaluate your symptoms and signs.
While some mothers of twins experience "twin symptoms", not every mother does, and some twin pregnancy signs can be caused by something else. So take this quiz with a grain of salt!
How Fertility-Friendly Are Your Health Habits?
Our health habits can have a positive or negative effect on our fertility. Some health habits, like smoking and drinking, are obviously fertility risks. But did you know your sleep habits can also harm your chances of conception? Take our quiz and find out how fertility friendly your health habits are.
Test Your Fertility Health Knowledge
Besides symptoms quizzes, we also have some knowledge quizzes. Think you're a fertility wiz? Take a quiz or two and see how much you really know:
How Much Do You Know About Conception Sex?
What is the best indicator that you'll get pregnant on any given day? What is PreSeed? Does female orgasm matter?
- Take the Conception Sex Quiz
- Answer Key to the Conception Sex Quiz (But don't peek before you take the quiz!)
How Much Do You Know About Infertility Myths?
If you lead a healthy life, does age really matter when it comes to getting pregnant? Do only women lose fertility with age? Take this infertility myth quiz and see if you know what's true and what's myth.
More on how to get pregnant:
- 7 Things Every Woman Needs to Know About Fertility (Though it's good for men to know these things, too!)
- 7 Things Every Man Needs to Know About Fertility (Though it's good for women to know these things, too!)
- 10 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself if You're Fertility Challenged
- How to Get Pregnant: For Beginners
- We Can't Get Pregnant. Now What?
- 12 Take Action Plans for Getting Pregnant
- Symptoms and Risk Factors of Infertility
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