Pregnancy Symptoms

Pregnancy Symptoms

“Am I pregnant?” Some of the common signs that may lead you to suspect the answer is “yes” include a missed menstrual period, nausea, food cravings/aversions, and frequent urination. However, each of these symptoms may have alternate explanations and do not automatically mean you are pregnant.

The most accurate way to confirm a pregnancy is through a test that detects the “pregnancy hormone” human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). These lab-quality tests are over 99% accurate and are offered for free at A Woman’s Pregnancy Choice.

Contact us to request a pregnancy test at our center.

Pregnancy test appointments generally take 60 minutes. One of our caring team members will assist you through the process and you will find out the results of the test before the end of your appointment.

If your test is positive, you will receive signed verification of a positive test by a medical professional and an estimated date of conception based on your last menstrual period. You may also receive further information about obtaining a limited obstetric ultrasound at our center that will provide important medical information about your pregnancy as you decide what to do next.

If your test is negative, we will recommend you schedule an appointment with a physician to determine the reasons for your missed period or other symptoms. Our center can provide referrals for healthcare resources if you are unsure of where to go. You may schedule a re-test with us after a few weeks if your period has still not occurred and you have not experienced other negative symptoms.

Request a free & confidential pregnancy test appointment today – call us at (248) 471-5858.

The content provided on this page is for informational purposes only and should not be treated as a substitute for a medical diagnosis or the opinion of a medical professional. Contact your physician for further questions about your symptoms – AWPC can provide referrals for healthcare resources if you are unsure of where to go. In the case of a medical emergency, please call 911.

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