Pregnancy Chances Calculation Quiz Beta 89

We get so many comments here at Life with Gremlins regarding chances of pregnancy, we’ve decided to beta test this new pregnancy probability quiz to estimate your chances of pregnancy from no chance to high (not by percentage). Please note that questions are conditional, meaning depending on your answers, your quiz length may vary from 1 to 9 questions. We’d love to hear your thoughts as to whether this was helpful to you and any improvements you might suggest including whether or not your scenario was covered by the quiz. As always, we welcome comments, questions, and input. We do our best to get back to folks within 48 hours.

Keep in mind that a high or low chance of pregnancy doesn’t guarantee that there will or won’t be a pregnancy. Many couples trying to conceive try for months or years even and don’t become pregnant, and many other couples who are trying their best not to conceive (birth control, condoms, timing, all of it) do. Probability isn’t a promise, nor are these quiz results. This page is merely intended to provide a quick answer as to your likelihood of conception. If you found your way here by direct link, we also have a page that explains how the calculations in this quiz are made.

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89 thoughts on “Pregnancy Chances Calculation Quiz Beta

  • Tinlove

    Last period were 30/01/2018 and it lasted for 5days. it ended on 03/02/2018. I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend on 10/02/2018, 11/02/2018 and 19/02/2018. I have still not had my period till date. Am I pregnant? And how old is it if the answer is yes.

    • Life with Gremlins admin

      Assuming you run a 28 to 30 day cycle, you would have ovulated around Valentine’s day (14/2/2018), that would make the act on the 11th considered a high chance of pregnancy (around 25%). A pregnancy test would be the easiest way to confirm or disprove pregnancy. If you are pregnant, you would currently be almost 7 weeks along.

  • Tara

    Last period was February 19-25 typically run about a 30 day cycle so next period should come on March 21st. On March 11 boyfriend and I were using a condom (which had not broken we checked after) and he pulled out before ejactulation but some sperm leaked out of the base opening in the condom and landed right below my vagina I wiped it away but I’m still worried some got in and I could become pregnant. Am I able to become pregnant after mid cycle even if it is close to ovulation. I also read that taking plan b at this point in my cycle could increase the risk of pregnancy and I don’t understand how that works please help what should I do? Maybe take lots of vitamin c and a pregnancy test by March 23?

    • Life with Gremlins admin

      It sounds like you were likely well beyond ovulation and pregnancy wouldn’t have been possible. The chances of pregnancy with very little semen on the exterior of your vagina like this is already quite low, even if the sex had been mid-cycle. Plan B is less effective after ovulation, because all it will do is thicken your lining (rather than also preventing ovulation). That won’t increase your chance of pregnancy, it just won’t do as much to prevent it. The info you read was probably in regards to ladies who have low progesterone and build an insufficient lining for pregnancy, in which case progesterone supplementation would help to conceive. Plan B does contain progesterone, though it wouldn’t be an ideal way to supplement. Vitamin C doesn’t prevent pregnancy, but there’s nothing you can do at this point but wait and see. My bet is not pregnant, if it makes you feel any more at ease. 🙂

      • Tara

        Thank you so much last thing if i am pregnant will I likely get my period and then skip next month? I’ve heard this happening to people. Should I still test and when should I test?

        • Life with Gremlins admin

          Most women don’t see period-like bleeding in pregnancy, no, only about 1 in 4 do. In cases where it does happen, a pregnancy test would still be positive within about 4 days after your projected period start date.