If you’ve recently had unprotected (or maybe even protected) sex and your period is late, there’s a good chance you’re pregnant. Your next best step is to come to the CPC to take a free pregnancy test.

How Does A Pregnancy Test Work?

When a woman is pregnant, her body produces a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). This pregnancy hormone is produced once a fertilized egg attaches to the uterine lining. A positive pregnancy test means hCG was detected in a woman’s urine or blood, depending on the type of test used.

What If I’ve Already Taken a Home Pregnancy Test?

At-home pregnancy tests are reliable, but due to anxiety, tests are often taken too soon or incorrectly. As a result, if a pregnancy test is taken at the wrong time or the directions aren’t followed, there’s a chance you’ll get an inaccurate result. For instance, makers of at-home pregnancy tests suggest you take the test first thing in the morning when your urine is the most concentrated.

Even if you took an at-home pregnancy test, you need to have the results confirmed just to be sure. Come to the CPC for your free pregnancy testing.

What If The Test Is Positive?

A positive pregnancy test is another reason why you’ll be happy you started at the CPC. When it’s medically indicated, we offer a pregnancy blood test and a free limited obstetrical ultrasound. An ultrasound is the next step to verify your pregnancy is viable. Contact us to set up an appointment.

If you’re wondering if you’re pregnant or need to confirm an at-home pregnancy test result, come for free pregnancy testing. All test results and conversations we have are strictly confidential. We value your privacy.

To make a confident decision about your unexpected pregnancy, you need more information. Start with our free pregnancy test. Meet with a medical professional, if needed, who will walk you through the entire process.

You don’t have to do this alone.