Pregnancy Symptoms

A late period, nausea, headaches, and food aversions can all be early signs of pregnancy. If you’re experiencing any of these and weren’t intending to be pregnant, we understand how concerning this can be. Unfortunately, you can’t rely only on common pregnancy symptoms to determine if you’re pregnant. This is why we offer No cost pregnancy testing as your first step!

Other common pregnancy symptoms include:

  • Mood swings
  • Heavy urination
  • Swollen or tender breasts
  • Fatigue and tiredness
  • Light bleeding or spotting

If you’re experiencing any of all of these symptoms, it can be a good indication you might be pregnant, but it’s important to take a test. If you aren’t pregnant, you’ll know to seek medical attention to determine the true cause of these symptoms.

Pregnancy Testing

We know how unsettling it can be to think you might be pregnant, so we offer No cost and confidential pregnancy testing to help answer that question for you. Our lab-quality urine pregnancy tests are 99% accurate so you don’t have to wonder. They can detect the hCG “pregnancy hormone” 21-24 days after the first day of your last period. If your test comes back positive, we can discuss your options moving forward after going over the results with you.

It’s important to take a high quality pregnancy test to help determine if you are pregnant. There is a lot of misinformation online about alternative ways to see if you’re pregnant (like the so-called toothpaste pregnancy test) that can’t actually detect the hCG hormone. These are therefore ineffective and misleading.

STI Testing

If you are sexually active, it’s important to be tested for STIs, even if you only have one sexual partner. When you come for a pregnancy testing appointment, we can also offer an STI test and treatment for gonorrhea or chlamydia.

Next Steps

If you think you’re pregnant and want to know for sure, contact us today. We’ll provide a pregnancy testing appointment and can discuss next steps from there including getting an ultrasound and providing all the information you need to make a fully-informed decision about your pregnancy.