If you suspect that you are pregnant, you can buy a pregnancy test kit from a drugstore and pharmacy and take a pregnancy test at home. If the test result is positive and you are pregnant, you should visit a gynaecologist. To find a gynaecologist you can check frauenaerzte-im-netz.de or ask your family doctor ("Hausarzt") for a referral. There are many gynaecologists available in Germany- you can easily find a female gynaecologist if you prefer so.
When making an appointment with the gynaecologist you've chosen, tell them that you are probably pregnant, so you do not have to wait long for an appointment. The gynaecologist will take a blood and urine test to make sure you are pregnant, and you and the unborn child are doing well. If you are pregnant, you will receive a so-called "Mutterpass", i.e. a booklet in which the results of all the check-ups during pregnancy are going to be recorded. You should show this booklet every time you go to your gynaecologist, midwife or hospital. Always take your "Mutterpass" with you when you leave home so that in a case of an emergency, every doctor can quickly access the most crucial information about the health condition of you and your baby and your course of pregnancy.
Please note: In general, every woman, regardless of whether she is pregnant or not, should go to the gynaecologist at least once a year. In Germany, the costs are covered by health insurance companies. If you are still in the asylum procedure, however, the costs will only be covered if you have acute pain or in case you are pregnant.