An unexpected pregnancy can be a little unnerving, especially if you don’t think you are ready for a baby. If you are pregnant, there are two things you need to know no matter what choice you make about your pregnancy options.
If you are concerned you might be pregnant and don’t know what to do, contact us today to schedule an appointment. We can help.
Am I Really Pregnant?
Eliminate your worries by making sure you are really pregnant. It is possible to have what looks like a positive test at home and not be pregnant.
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The best way to confirm your pregnancy is to have a medical quality pregnancy test, followed up with an ultrasound exam to be certain whether the pregnancy is even viable. The Women’s Clinic provides tests that are more sensitive than many over-the-counter tests and may be more accurate than the one you took at home.
How Far Along Am I?
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How far along you are in your pregnancy will determine what kind of abortion procedure you would be able to get should you choose abortion. They will also indicate whether the pregnancy is viable or not. Ectopic pregnancies develop outside of the uterus and are not viable, but still show up as a positive pregnancy test.
It is possible that you may be pregnant if you have some of the following common symptoms, however, having the symptoms does not always mean you are pregnant.
- Missed Period
- Breast Changes
- Nausea (Morning Sickness)
- Frequent Urination
- Food Cravings or Food Aversions