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Life is challenging on its own, but add an unplanned pregnancy, and it feels impossible. We're here for you. Don't take this journey alone. Visit us for a free and confidential pregnancy test and information on your options. There is help, and we'll show you how to find it.
Are you wondering if your at-home pregnancy test results are correct? Or, maybe you haven't even taken a test yet. Visit us for a free and confidential pregnancy test.
A positive pregnancy test indicates the possibility of pregnancy. Ultrasound can verify if your pregnancy is viable (growing). If necessary, we'll provide a free ultrasound referral.
No two women have the same pregnancy experience. Some women feel symptoms from the start, while others don't have any. We can help you understand your unique pregnancy journey.
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When pregnant, your body produces a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). A pregnancy test detects the hCG hormone in your urine or blood. To get accurate results, you must wait until enough hCG builds up in your body to be detected. A pregnancy test can sometimes detect hCG around the 10th or 11th day after conception, but it’s best to wait until the day your period should start (around day 14) before taking a test.
A pregnancy test indicates the possibility of pregnancy, but you also need to confirm if the pregnancy is viable. Viability means the pregnancy is growing with a detectable heartbeat. Experts say that up to 20 % of known pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage. You can get a positive pregnancy test result for days or even weeks after a miscarriage. Ultrasound can determine if the pregnancy is viable.
If you are sexually active, you could contract a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or disease (STD). People most affected by STIs include 15 to 24-year-olds, pregnant women, and certain racial groups. Despite limited reporting during the pandemic, the CDC reported 2.4 million new STIs in 2020. Many STIs don’t have immediate symptoms, so you need to get tested regularly to remain sexually healthy.
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