Free Lab-Quality Pregnancy Testing

You can become pregnant if you are sexually active, regardless of contraception. While a missed period is the most common pregnancy symptom, there are several additional symptoms you may experience.

We can help you find an answer to the question, “Am I pregnant?” Our centers provide free, lab-quality pregnancy testing, and we’ll discuss your results during your appointment.

Common Early Pregnancy Symptoms:

  • Fatigue/tiredness
  • Headaches
  • Swollen/tender breasts
  • Nausea/morning sickness
  • Frequent urination
  • Mood swings
  • Spotting/light bleeding

How A Pregnancy Test Works

Our pregnancy testing can detect the pregnancy hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), as early as seven days after conception or 21-24 days after the first day of your last period.

However, for the most accurate results, we recommend calling to schedule an appointment after your period is three days or more late. Our tests are over 99% accurate. All of our services are confidential.

An At-Home Pregnancy Test May Not Be Enough

Even the experts at the Mayo Clinic admit that home pregnancy tests differ in their ability to detect a pregnancy. Different tests are more sensitive than others. You need to take the test at the right time in the right way. One of our nurses will assist you in making sure you are taking the test correctly.

Next Steps If You Are Pregnant

After a positive in-clinic pregnancy test, your next step is to schedule a free and confidential ultrasound. Only an ultrasound can confirm if your pregnancy is viable (growing with a detectable heartbeat) or you’ve had an early miscarriage. Up to 30% of known pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage. An ultrasound provides other important information as well.

Many women in your position want to weigh their options, and we encourage you to do so. Our team is available to help at any point in your decision-making process and can provide you with important information about parenting, adoption, and abortion. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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