If you are sexually active, it is possible to become pregnant even if you are using contraception. Here are some common pregnancy symptoms, but be aware that there are other medical conditions that can cause these symptoms. If you have been sexually active and experiencing any of these symptoms, it's important to get an accurate pregnancy test from a medical services clinic and talk to someone about your situation.
Women experiencing these symptoms should make an appointment to verify pregnancy. The Pregnancy & Family Resource Center offers a free pregnancy test performed in a confidential setting. A positive pregnancy test suggests a possible pregnancy; however, results should be confirmed by a physician or by obtaining an obstetrical ultrasound scan. If a test is positive, our medical staff will answer any questions regarding the result, and discuss all pregnancy options.
The free pregnancy testing provided by the Pregnancy & Family Resource Center may provide more accurate results than the home test you have already taken. If you have a positive pregnancy test at our center, our medical staff may schedule a free ultrasound appointment for you.