This probably is not the question you were planning on asking yourself right now. “Am I pregnant?” There’s no reason to keep guessing. Come to Avenues for Women for no-cost pregnancy testing and pregnancy confirmation with a complimentary ultrasound. We will answer the question for you.
Early Pregnancy Signs
A missed period is one of the early signs of pregnancy, but there are other indicators too. Every pregnancy, just like every woman, is unique. You may experience some or all of these symptoms, but it is entirely possible you will not have any. These are the symptoms that the Mayo Clinic lists for possibly being pregnant:
- Missed period
- Tender, swollen breasts
- Nausea with or without vomiting
- Increased urination
- Food aversions
It’s Possible You Aren’t Pregnant
Having a late period does not automatically mean you are pregnant. A change in your menstrual cycle could happen if you have had rapid weight gain or loss, hormonal changes, increased physical exertion, or a lot of stress.
Plus, nearly 20% of known pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage. A woman who is miscarrying can still receive a positive pregnancy test. An ultrasound exam can tell you if your pregnancy is still viable or if you may have miscarried. Avenues for Women offers complimentary ultrasounds.
At-Home Pregnancy Tests
Most over-the-counter pregnancy tests can be accurate. The problem is that the tests are often taken too soon, there can be user error, or the expiration date has passed.
If you have taken an at-home pregnancy test, we can confirm your results with complimentary professional pregnancy testing. Results are confidential and always discussed in private.
Now Is The Time To Get Answers
Because you deserve to have all of the facts about your pregnancy and options, our pregnancy testing and limited ultrasounds are offered to you at no cost. When you come to Avenues, you won’t be judged or lectured. Our caring medical staff and advocates will provide you with answers to your questions.
Schedule your confidential appointment with us today.