Are you late? Have you taken a home pregnancy test?
If you think you might be pregnant, you’ve come to the right place. If you aren’t really sure and have questions, you’ve come to the right place. We provide pregnancy testing at no charge. Our laboratory quality urine pregnancy tests are 99% accurate and done in a safe and private setting. Our state licensed, board certified OB/GYN physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and support staff are highly trained and dedicated to meeting your healthcare needs. If your pregnancy test is positive, we can provide you with a free limited ultrasound to confirm the viability of your pregnancy with a follow-up appointment to confirm the diagnosis and next steps. Stop wondering and worrying. A laboratory quality pregnancy test is the first step to begin receiving the personal attention you need right now. Whether you choose to come alone or with your chosen supporter, contact us today to schedule your confidential free test and pregnancy options consultation with one of our highly trained team members. You are not alone!
Concerned You Might Be Pregnant? Does this sound familiar?
Suddenly craving avocado and odd food combinations? And, maybe you’re super tired for no reason and just feeling out of sorts? Maybe you’re pregnant, or maybe you’re just stressed out. What’s a girl to do? Get educated! The most informed woman is the most in control woman. Knowing the symptoms of pregnancy is super important for you to know your next steps. Some women have all the symptoms, some women have just a couple, and there are women that have zero symptoms at all. But, if you think you may be pregnant, here are some pretty common symptoms to look for.
- Mood Swings
- Tender Tata’s (breast)
- Missed Period
- Feeling lightheaded or dizzy
- Going to bathroom more often
- A “bloated” feeling in your abdomen
- Morning Sickness (should be called “All Day” sickness, but includes nausea and vomiting)
- Some cramping and even possible bleeding. Did you know that some women mistake implantation bleeding (link to page explaining implantation bleeding) for a period and are really farther along in their pregnancy? It happens! This is why you need to have pregnancy test and an ultrasound.
Getting sweaty palms? Is the idea of being pregnant totally freaking you out? Inconvenient? Not in your immediate plans? We get it! We see women like you every day. The best part is, we have answers to help guide you in making a decision that works for you, your life and your future. You can research the Internet all day and get bombarded by all the information you’ll find. But, we’ve done a lot of that work for you here! Our website offers you answers to questions you many not have even thought of yet. However, the best answers come by talking it out in person with someone who totally understands. Give us a call and come by for a free pregnancy test, and when necessary, a free ultrasound and STD/STI screening.
So what’s the next step?
Well, we’ve got to find out for sure if this is anything to be worried about or if your possible “symptoms” are just a weird hormonal shift.
First and most importantly, we’ve got to confirm your pregnancy, and check on your health. Then, we start discussing options.
How do I know if I’m pregnant?
There are tons of options! However, not all of them are accurate. The at home tests, or the period and fertility apps may contain good indicators. But, nothing beats a medical grade pregnancy test that measures the hCG hormone (human chorionic gonadotropin otherwise known as the pregnancy hormone) in your blood, and an ultrasound.
What Does An Ultrasound Do?
You’ve probably heard of an ultrasound before. People get them everyday for a lot of different reasons. But, for our purposes, an ultrasound is pretty much an image of what’s going on inside your uterus. The uterus is the place that holds a pregnancy. An ultrasound is an excellent way to determine so much about your pregnancy. We offer limited obstetrical ultrasounds. Our ultrasounds are minimally invasive. They can confirm the pregnancy, detect if there is a fetal heartbeat, determine the fetal age and approximate due date. All of this information is so good. Good information leads to good decisions. Now that you have all of this knowledge, you can now begin thinking of your next steps. Click here to make an appointment request.
So what if I am pregnant? Then what?
Now that you’ve had a medical grade positive pregnancy test you’ve got a lot to think about. But before we get into all of our options (and there’s a lot of them) Let’s chat about your prenatal care because first and foremost you’ve got to take care of you. Which means, understanding your body to help make the best decision for you in this particular situation.