Am I Pregnant?

Do you think you might be pregnant? Are you having symptoms or just feel pregnant? Maybe you’ve even taken a test at home that was positive. How can you tell if you really are?

Many of the symptoms of pregnancy are the same for starting a period. Your symptoms could even be caused by a nonviable pregnancy. This is a pregnancy that is not capable of developing into a normal pregnancy.

Examples of nonviable pregnancy conditions that may cause pregnancy symptoms or give a positive pregnancy test result:

  • Blighted Ovum
  • Molar Pregnancy
  • Ectopic Pregnancy (a potentially life-threatening condition where the pregnancy is in the fallopian tube or elsewhere – not in the uterus)
  • Impending miscarriage

∗ Shared Pregnancy offers free, walk-in pregnancy tests

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Free Walk-In Pregnancy Tests      AND     Free Limited, Non-Diagnostic Ultrasounds

We offer free, confidential pregnancy tests. They are self-administered urine tests that deliver quick results and are most accurate after a missed period. The tests detect the presence of the hormone hCG once it reaches a level of 20 mIU/ml or higher. This level is typically present around 2 weeks after ovulation, or 4 weeks after your last menstrual period.

You may be experiencing some or all of these symptoms. Taking a test is the quickest and earliest way to know if you could be pregnant. Come into our office to take a free and confidential pregnancy test. Just walk in, no appointment necessary, and ask us about a FREE Ultrasound.

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So the test was positive. Now what?

Even with a positive pregnancy test you still need to confirm that you are in a viable pregnancy. The most accurate way to do this is with an ultrasound. Click here to get more information about getting a free limited, non-diagnostic ultrasound.

References

How many people are affected by or at risk for pregnancy loss or miscarriage? (n.d.). Retrieved November 08, 2016, from https://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/pregnancyloss/conditioninfo/Pages/risk.aspx