Am I Really Pregnant?
You may be second-guessing your pregnancy results after finding out you’re unexpectedly pregnant. You feel overwhelmed, confused, scared at the news you just received. You probably have many questions like…
- What will my partner or parents think?
- Can I continue school/college?
- How will I support a child?
- What are my pregnancy options?
- How do I confirm my pregnancy?
These are all good questions – and it’s very normal to feel all kinds of emotions right now. First things first, confirm your pregnancy with a pregnancy test at our center. Then, confide in someone you trust with the news. This gives you a chance to process the news and think about what you want to do next.
You are not alone!
Common Pregnancy Symptoms
Women experience different pregnancy symptoms as every woman’s body is unique. There is still a small chance that your first pregnancy test was false if taken at the wrong time or done incorrectly. If you are still wondering if you’re really pregnant, here are some common symptoms that could point to pregnancy…
- Swollen, tender breasts
- Missed period
- Nausea with or without vomiting
- Increased urination
Talk with a team member of ours today to confirm your pregnancy with a free pregnancy test and medical referral for an ultrasound! An ultrasound goes one step further, sharing three important details of your pregnancy…
- How far along you are
- If your pregnancy is viable (has a heartbeat)
- The location of your pregnancy (if it’s growing within the uterus)
In order to understand what your pregnancy options are, you will first need to verify your pregnancy results with an ultrasound, which we can refer you for.
Learn Your Pregnancy Options
If you do receive a positive pregnancy test, you may wonder about your pregnancy options. Talk with us today to get clarity and education about all three of your pregnancy options: abortion, adoption, and parenting.
You deserve to know about all your options and the risks. Schedule your free and confidential appointment today to learn more.