Where do you even begin? If you think you are pregnant, you probably have a mountain of questions before you. You are not alone in your journey. We want to help support you, answer your questions about an unexpected pregnancy, and help give you more clarity. If you are pregnant, you could experience symptoms like a missed period, nausea, or tender breasts.

Have You Confirmed Your Pregnancy?

If you already took an at-home pregnancy test or a couple, that’s a great first step to confirming your pregnancy. It’s important to go a step further and confirm with lab-quality pregnancy testing to be sure. Sometimes, women accidentally take at-home pregnancy tests too soon or do not follow the directions carefully. 

At Hope House Women’s Clinic, we offer free and confidential pregnancy testing to make sure you receive accurate results.

After a Positive Pregnancy Testing

If you do receive positive lab-quality pregnancy testing, it’s time to get an ultrasound. You will want to know much more about your pregnancy before deciding what’s next. An ultrasound reveals three important details of your pregnancy, including…

  1. The viability of your pregnancy (healthy with a heartbeat)
  2. How far along you are (gestational age)
  3. The location of your pregnancy (if it’s growing within your uterus)

Schedule a free and confidential pregnancy testing appointment today to move forward.

You may not be Pregnant

An ultrasound is vital to understanding if you have a healthy pregnancy. The Mayo Clinic reports that up to 20% of known pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage. This number could even be higher due to many miscarriages happening before a woman even knows she’s pregnant. 

All Your Options

After confirming you are pregnant, it’s time to take a good look at all your pregnancy options. You deserve to know about them all, including the risks. 

Our team of non-judgmental and compassionate staff can help you navigate through each pregnancy option and find one that works for you. We are here to help.

Make an appointment today.