Am I Pregnant? Online Test

“Am I pregnant?” As you can see, it’s one of the most commonly Googled questions. But since Google or WebMD can sometimes give us information overload, we thought we’d help you determine if you need to take the next step and come in for testing.
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Early Pregnancy Symptoms Check-list

A late period is usually one of the earliest signs of pregnancy.
Some women say that was the first physical change they noticed. Breasts often get larger and some describe it as a fever in their bra. Yow-za!
If your body is creating a tiny human, tiredness is definitely normal.
This is one of the strangest symptoms for sure.
Nausea and vomiting can be tell-tale signs and are probably some of the most well- known. Food aversions (things you used to like but suddenly don’t) or the opposite, cravings, are also common.
Emotional roller coasters are normal! Don’t worry, it gets better. 😊
Spotting can be a sign of implantation bleeding. Implantation is when the embryo attaches itself to the uterine wall. Some people don’t bleed at all, while others do a small amount for a short period of time. Cramping can also occur at this time.
Any time you have unprotected sex there is a risk of pregnancy or contracting an STD. Even if you always use protection, half of all unplanned pregnancies occurred while using some form of birth control.

Don’t Guess, Know For Sure.

If you answer yes to a few of these questions, give us a call or make an appointment today. We can offer you free lab-grade pregnancy testing, and if needed, a diagnostic ultrasound which is the only way to 100% confirm whether you have a viable pregnancy.

Even if you’ve already taken a home pregnancy test, come see us. We can provide confirmation and help you explore all your options in a safe, supportive place.

But girl, whatever you do next – stay. off. Google. 😉 Sources: https://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/pregnancy-am-i-pregnant

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