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Our free pregnancy tests are medical quality, highly sensitive, and provide immediate results. They detect the presence of hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) hormone which circulates in a pregnant woman’s body shortly after fertilization and is released in her urine.
Thinking you may be pregnant is a big deal. Our caring and compassionate patient advocates are here to listen and offer you support.
Top 10 Symptoms of Pregnancy
- Itchy or Tingling Nipple
- Increased Sense of Smell
- Frequent Urination
- Nausea or Vomiting
- Unexplained Fatigue
- Backaches or Cramping
- Food Cravings or Aversions
- Darkening of Nipples
- Late or Missed Period
Early pregnancy symptoms can mimic a normal period, the flu, PMS, or even an STI/STD. Some people experience many symptoms and some not at all. If you have more than one of the following symptoms or a late period, make an appointment and get the answers you need right away.
A positive test (including a home test) is an indication of pregnancy, but not a confirmation. The test result should be confirmed by an OB Ultrasound exam.
If your test is positive, our staff will answer any questions regarding the result, discuss all your pregnancy options, and offer support and referrals.
Frequently Asked Questions about our Pregnancy Tests:
Make an appointment or walk in, and you will be provided with a free pregnancy test. Our lab-quality urine-based pregnancy tests will be administered by nurses, when available. If you request, you will be provided with a written “verification”; or in the absence of medical personnel, a “confirmation” of your positive pregnancy test.
Our tests are laboratory quality and 99% accurate. Urine-based pregnancy tests detect the hCG hormone in a pregnant woman’s system. Since the production of hCG can vary greatly from woman to woman, sometimes as much as 20 fold, time periods when a “positive” test occurs can also vary. Our tests can detect the hcG pregnancy hormone as early as 7 days after conception or 21 to 24 days after the first day of your last period, although some women’s hCG level is not detectable until at least one week after a missed period.
Yes, you may be rescheduled for second test, which is generally a shorter appointment because your paperwork has already been filled out. The hCG hormone concentration doubles approximately every 2.2 days during the first 3 months of pregnancy.