Could you be pregnant?

If you’ve recently had unprotected sex or are experiencing any early pregnancy symptoms, you might be pregnant.

The only way to know for sure, though, is by taking a pregnancy test and getting an ultrasound. That’s where we can help.

Early Signs of Pregnancy

If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, you might be pregnant.

Late Period

This is the telltale sign of pregnancy, but your period can be late for other reasons, too, including high stress or other hormonal changes. It’s best to wait to take a pregnancy test until one week after your missed period for the most accurate results.

Sore, Tender Breasts

Unusually sore or tender breasts can be a sign of pregnancy. During your cycle, you may experience tenderness, but this is prolonged during the early stages of pregnancy because of your body’s increased production of estrogen.

Food Aversions or Cravings

If you’re craving unusual foods, or if your favorite foods now make you feel sick, you may be pregnant. These food cravings and aversions happen because of the increased levels of estrogen and progesterone in your body during the early stages of pregnancy.

These are some of the most common signs of pregnancy. Others include:

  • Mood swings
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Nausea and vomiting

If you’re experiencing any or all of the above, make an appointment for free pregnancy testing today.

What if I’m Pregnant?

If your pregnancy test comes back positive, you’ll want to get an ultrasound to learn more about the pregnancy. Ultrasound will reveal:

  • Where the pregnancy is located
  • How far along you are
  • Whether the pregnancy is viable or not

Before making any decisions about your pregnancy, it’s important to learn more from the ultrasound so you can make a fully-informed choice.

Schedule a free pregnancy testing and ultrasound appointment to get the answers you need today!

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