- I’ve missed a period.
- I feel like throwing up sometimes.
- My breasts feel tender.
- I have to pee more often.
- I’m more tired than usual.
- I’m having mood swings.
Although not everyone experiences these signs, the symptoms above are commonly associated with early pregnancy. Most tests you can buy are very reliable, but only a physician or other appropriate healthcare professional can confirm that you are pregnant with testing and an ultrasound.
How Do Pregnancy Tests Work?
Pregnancy tests work by detecting a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in your body. If you think you might be pregnant, it’s important to know the proper time to take a pregnancy test in order to get an accurate result. Receive the answers you need to move forward in your pregnancy.
When to Take A Test
It takes time for detectable levels of hCG to build up in your body, so it’s best to take a pregnancy test after your first missed period. If you have questions about when the right time is for you, reach out to us today.
Home pregnancy tests are the first step for many women who suspect pregnancy, and when used at the proper time, they are accurate. Inaccurate results are possible, and some types of home pregnancy tests may be more likely to give false negatives.
No-Cost Pregnancy Testing
We are here for you as you learn your pregnancy testing results. Schedule a pregnancy testing appointment to take a test at no cost to you.
Our staff is experienced at advising the best time to take a pregnancy test and how to interpret the results. You are supported in this journey.