Pregnancy

Whenever you have sex there is always a chance for pregnancy. If you think you may be pregnant, please contact us for an appointment to take a free and confidential pregnancy test or feel free to walk in during our regular office hours.

During pregnancy your body goes through many changes. Some common symptoms of early pregnancy include a missed period, nausea, breast tenderness, frequent urination, tiredness and mood swings. If you think you might be pregnant, the only way to know for sure is to take a pregnancy test.

Pregnancy tests check for a hormone called HCG that is produced by the embryo during pregnancy. The longer you wait to take the test, the more accurate it becomes. It is best to wait until your first missed period before you take a pregnancy test. You can test sooner, but you may need to take a confirming pregnancy test later.

Think you might be pregnant? Take our quiz and find out!

I have missed a period (or I am late):
(If your answer is yes then additional questions will be shown.)
1 I had unprotected sex since my last period:
2 My periods are regular:
3 I have not been using any birth control method:
4 I am having nausea:
5 I have been vomiting:
6 I have breast tenderness:
7 I need to urinate often:
8 I have gained weight recently:
9 I have noticed appetite changes:
10 I have been unusually tired lately:
11 I seem really emotional:
Quiz result: Unlikely

Quiz Results

Although there's no way to say for sure until you take a pregnancy test, if you have answered yes to two or more of the questions in this quiz, it's definitely possible you could be pregnant!

Before you do anything else, visit Pregnancy Choices for a free pregnancy test and a limited ultrasound.

An ultrasound is necessary to determine how far along you are and if you may have the possibility of an early miscarriage. Remember, if it's really early on, it's possible to get a false negative, even if you are pregnant -- so keep testing until you're 100 percent sure.

Whatever the results of that test, you're bound to have lots of questions, and we are here at Pregnancy Choices to help.

Make sure you have all your information before making any life changing decisions.

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