Do you think you might be pregnant? Did you know you can have pregnancy symptoms like a missed period and not be pregnant? A change in your menstrual cycle could be due to hormone issues or an eating disorder causing sudden weight loss. Even the stress of a significant life-changing experience can alter your menstrual cycle.
There are several common symptoms of pregnancy, and they can show up early. If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, you might be pregnant, and your next best step is to take a pregnancy test. Use this list of symptoms from the Mayo Clinic to determine if you should take a pregnancy test:
- Missed Period
- Tender, swollen breasts
- Nausea, with or without vomiting
- Increased urination
- Food Cravings or Aversions
- Mood Swings
Free Pregnancy Testing
Every woman’s pregnancy is as unique as she is. But, if you are experiencing some of the above symptoms, it is recommended you take a pregnancy test. You could choose an over-the-counter test, but you are not always certain of getting the correct result.
We offer confidential, lab-quality pregnancy tests that are 99% accurate. Because the tests are free, you have nothing to lose.
How Soon Should I Take A Pregnancy Test?
You’re likely to get reliable results if you wait until the first day after your missed period. However, waiting a few more days will most likely give you more accurate results.
Your body needs time to develop hCG, the human pregnancy hormone. This hormone is produced shortly after a fertilized egg attaches to your uterine lining. The amount of hCG increases rapidly and enters your bloodstream and urine.
Even if you have taken an at-home pregnancy test, we encourage you to come to Pregnancy Resources of Abilene to verify the results with a more accurate test.
Here Is How You Can Know For Sure
You can be confident with our free lab-quality pregnancy testing services. You don’t have to wonder if you took a test correctly. We’re here to help you. We take walk-ins for pregnancy tests, contact us or come in for a pregnancy test today.