Think You’re Pregnant?

Any time you have sex, there is a chance of pregnancy. At different times of the month, the chance can increase or decrease, but because sperm can live in a woman’s body for a couple of days, it’s impossible to know what your chances are at any given time.

Many women assume that if they use contraception, they cannot become pregnant. Contraception, however, is not 100 percent effective, and the chance of pregnancy is never eliminated if you’ve had sex.

Common Pregnancy Symptoms

The most common sign of pregnancy is a missed period. You may be experiencing a missed period and other possible symptoms of pregnancy. Though every women’s early pregnancy symptoms are different, many of the common early pregnancy symptoms include…

  • A missed period
  • Tender, swollen breasts
  • Nausea with or without vomiting
  • Increased urination
  • Fatigue

If you have any of these pregnancy symptoms, schedule an appointment for a free pregnancy test, and our team can help you move forward and get answers.

What’s Next?

To determine what’s next, you will need to confirm your pregnancy with a lab-quality pregnancy test. Even if you have already taken an at-home pregnancy test on your own, it’s best to take another pregnancy test to be sure of the results.

Home pregnancy tests are very accurate, but there is always a chance for inaccurate results if taken at the wrong time or accidentally done incorrectly. We can help support you during this unexpected time. You are not on this journey alone.

Free & Confidential Support

To verify your pregnancy, it’s important to get a lab-quality pregnancy test. We provide free and confidential pregnancy tests so you can get clarity to move forward.

Schedule an appointment today. If your test is positive, we can help with what’s next and educate you about all your pregnancy options.