How Do I Know If I’m Pregnant?

And what should I do if I am?

How Do I Know If I’m Pregnant?

And what should I do if I am?

If you think you might be pregnant, the only way to know for sure is to get a lab quality pregnancy test and ultrasound. Doing so will identify IF you are pregnant, and will confirm the location (uterine or ectopic), gestational age (how far along you are), and viability (likelihood of survival) of the pregnancy. This information is imperative to know right away, regardless of your choice to carry the pregnancy.

Some of the preliminary signs that you might be pregnant include:

  • A missed period
  • Frequent Urination
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Sensitivity to smells and certain foods
  • Mood Swings
  • Swollen or tender breasts
  • Bloating
  • Light spotting

If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, or you think you may be pregnant, you need to schedule your no-cost, lab-quality ultrasound at Choices. Our staff is ready to offer real healthcare, without judgment, and your appointment is completely confidential. Health insurance is not required.

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Free Pregnancy Tests

Our medical-grade pregnancy test can detect if you are pregnant within 7-10 days of conception and are more accurate than home pregnancy tests that can be purchased at drug stores.

Free Ultrasound

If your pregnancy test is positive, depending on availability you may be scheduled for an ultrasound appointment in the clinic with a medical professional. An ultrasound:

  • Confirms viability of the pregnancy
  • Measures the gestational age of your baby
  • Confirms your pregnancy is located in the uterus (if not it represents an immediate health risk for you)

Free Pregnancy Option Consultations

No one should ever be forced to make a quick decision, especially one that affects your body and mind. Choices’ network of care can empower you to parent successfully, and assist with adoption services. Your Choices advocate will listen to you and help you discover the information and facts that will empower you to make an informed decision. They are here for you throughout your journey.

Prenatal Care for You

If you are pregnant it’s important for you to begin taking care of your body as you consider your options. We offer prenatal vitamins to help your body get the necessary nutrients, regardless of what path you take with your pregnancy. We can also refer you to a prenatal doctor for specialized care.

Choices Network of Care

There are a variety of organizations in our community that support women and men going through your situation. Based on your needs, we will put together a group that can walk alongside you, confidentially — you are not alone. Our referrals include health insurance, adoption services, housing, food, financial assistance, parenting classes and more. You’ll even have access to our Choices’ Baby Boutique, where you can receive baby supplies like free diapers, clothes, etc.