This section contains guides on pregnancy symptoms, miscarriage and testing for pregnancy.
If you’re currently trying to conceive, you’ve no doubt already taken a pregnancy test. Still, it’s useful to understand how they work and why you shouldn’t test early.
Early Pregnancy Symptoms
There are several symptoms that can indicate a pregnancy, however, the earliest and most reliable sign of pregnancy is a missed period (or a positive pregnancy test).
In the UK, miscarriage is defined as the loss of a pregnancy before 24 weeks and sadly, it can affect one in four people who are pregnant.
Support During and After Miscarriage
In the UK, miscarriage is defined as the loss of a pregnancy before 24 weeks1 and sadly, it can affect one in four people who are pregnant. Here we’ll discuss some of the ways you may be able to access support when going through this difficult time.
How to Cope After a Negative Pregnancy Test
When you’ve decided to start a family it’s natural to want it to happen as quickly as possible, and it can be upsetting if it’s not happening the way you’d hoped.