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The answer you seek can be found if you go to an OB/GYN. In our civilized world nowadays, it is recommended for every woman to go to the doctor often when she's pregnant. This will ensure her baby is developing normally. If you suspect you're pregnant but are not sure; please follow these steps:

First - Buy a home pregnancy test in a local pharmacy. You should test about 14 days after you made love. By then the test should start to show a sign (faint beige or pink line); you can re-test in a couple of days just to be sure.

Second - In the United States every low-income mother has the right to get FREE pregnancy medical care by law. Go to this website to find out more or call 1 800-395-HELP

Third - Call a nearby Obstetrics and Gynecology doctor. Talk to them about what you were told in the pregnancy help center. They will work something out with you.

Fourth - The blood tests they perform on you, will give the OB/GYN doctor an idea how far along you are, but just to make sure; they might do an ultrasound. The ultrasound is about 99% accurate telling the age of your baby!

For more help and information please go to: How to Tell How Far Along You are in Your Pregnancy

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