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You may be pregnant if you:
If you have regular menstrual periods and are sexually active, you can become pregnant, even if you use birth control.
Under the Affordable Care Act, many health insurance plans will cover prenatal services, including screening tests and breastfeeding support, at no cost to you. Learn more.
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If you think you might be pregnant, do a home pregnancy test. If the result is positive, practice the following good health habits until you see your doctor:
Even if the pregnancy test is negative, if you continue to have pregnancy symptoms, it is a good idea to see your doctor to confirm the results. Practice good health habits until you see your doctor.
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