You do not have to go through this process alone.
At Community Pregnancy Clinics we will help you process the results, no matter what they are, in a manner that is best for you and your situation. We have compassion for you and want to help you in any way we can.
First Things First, Am I Pregnant?
If you think you may be pregnant it is important to know about the changes taking place in your body that may indicate pregnancy. Remember every woman is different and common signs of pregnancy may or may not pertain to your situation.
Some common symptoms of early pregnancy include:
- Missed period
- Breast tenderness
- Frequent urination
At Community Pregnancy Clinics we can give you a FREE and confidential pregnancy test. When you call for an appointment we will answer your questions and provide you with help you need every step of the way.
How Soon Should I Take a Pregnancy Test?
According to Healthline, “You should wait to take a pregnancy test until the week after your missed period for the most accurate result.
If you don’t want to wait until you’ve missed your period, you should wait at least one or two weeks after you had sex. If you are pregnant, your body needs time to develop detectable levels of HCG. This typically takes seven to 12 days after successful implantation of an egg.
You may receive an inaccurate result if the test is taken too early in your cycle.”
Are clinical pregnancy tests more accurate than over the counter home tests?
The primary reason a clinical pregnancy test is more accurate than an over the counter home test is the experience and frequency in which the clinic administers tests. At Community Pregnancy Clinics we have given hundreds of tests and are constantly updating our kits for optimum freshness and accuracy.
There are many variables that lead to inaccurate readings from home tests. At Community Pregnancy Clinics we do our best to eliminate those variables so you know for sure whether or not you are pregnant.