Top 7 Signs You’re Pregnant

Can I Really Be Pregnant?

When you’re sexually active, there’s always a chance you could become pregnant. An unplanned pregnancy can be quite a shock.

At different times of the month, your chances of pregnancy increase or decrease. Additionally, sperm can survive in a woman’s body for several days.

Even if you use contraception, pregnancy is possible. Nothing provides 100% protection.

What Should I Do First?

If you watched the video above, you know what early pregnancy symptoms to expect. Some women feel all of the symptoms from the start. Others don’t have any symptoms for weeks or even months. Each pregnancy is unique.

Is Your Period Late?

Usually, a missed period is the number one sign of pregnancy, but if your monthly cycle is irregular, you might not know when to expect it.

You can skip your period for other reasons, as well. Stress, increased exercise, rapid weight gain or loss, and hormonal issues can all be the reason for a missed period.

Is it Time for a Pregnancy Test?

Your first step is to take a pregnancy test. They are inexpensive and can be found at local pharmacies or drug stores. First Choice Pregnancy Center offers the tests for free.

What If the Pregnancy Test is Positive?

A pregnancy test is only an indication of a possible pregnancy. We recommend a limited obstetrical ultrasound to confirm your pregnancy is developing.

Over one in four pregnancies ends in a natural miscarriage. It often occurs very early in the pregnancy. It’s possible to no longer be pregnant but still get a positive pregnancy test result.

To confirm your pregnancy, schedule a free ultrasound at First Choice.

I’m Pregnant, Now What?

STD Testing

Getting tested for an STD is critical. The CDC writes, “Everyone who is pregnant should be tested for syphilis, HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C starting early in pregnancy. Those at risk for infection should also be tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea starting early in pregnancy.”

We offer STD testing and treatment.

Options Consultations

You have options. In fact, you have three. A caring client advocate will be happy to privately discuss your situation and look at the best option for you.

Schedule an appointment to get the answers you need. We can help you.

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