Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease caused by bacteria (chlamydia trachomatis). It can damage a woman’s reproductive organs, even causing her to be unable to have a child. Because symptoms of chlamydia are mild or absent, it can cause permanent damage before a person even knows about it.
Community Pregnancy Clinics is here for both you and your partner. The first step is to come in for a free lab-quality pregnancy test at one of our four locations. If the pregnancy test is positive, you will have some big decisions to make. It is important to communicate your thoughts to your partner and have a discussion about what each of you thinks is best.
At CPC you will be guided through four steps: 1. Clarify the Decision. 2. Identify your decision making needs. 3. Explore your needs. 4. Plan the next steps. At CPC you won’t find anyone pressuring you into a decision for your pregnancy or life choices. What you will find is accurate information about all of your options and professional staff to answer your questions and provide support.
If you think you might be pregnant, there are three medical issues that are very important for you to know about before you decide what to do next: You need to find out if your pregnancy is viable. About 20% of pregnancies are not viable.
The possibility of an unplanned pregnancy during high school or college can bring up many emotions and unexpected questions. If you are experiencing pregnancy symptoms, the most important thing you can do is determine if you are really pregnant. Schedule an appointment today for a lab quality pregnancy test.