Are You Wondering If You’re Pregnant?

If you’ve recently had unprotected (or maybe even protected) sex and your period is late, there’s a chance you could be pregnant.

A late period is usually one of the first signs of pregnancy, but you can have a change in your menstrual cycle for several reasons. Your next best step is to come to New Hope Center for no-cost pregnancy testing.

Common Pregnancy Symptoms

By now, you’re likely experiencing a lot of emotions like fear, anxiety, and uncertainty. We understand. An unplanned pregnancy can be overwhelming. But hormonal changes, a sudden weight gain or loss, certain medicines, and even stress can delay your period. Do you have any of these other symptoms?¹

  • Breast tenderness
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Frequent urination
  • Food cravings or aversions
  • Mood swings

Not all women experience pregnancy symptoms in the same way, and identifying signs is not enough to medically confirm pregnancy. If you think you might be pregnant, please contact one of New Hope Center’s three locations for no-cost and confidential pregnancy testing, a consultation, and other pregnancy services.

There’s A Possibility You Aren’t Pregnant

According to the Mayo Clinic,² up to 20% of known pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage. Since many miscarriages happen before a woman even knows she’s pregnant, the number could actually be much higher.

If you’ve miscarried, it takes your body time to adjust so it’s possible to still get a positive pregnancy test result. The only way to know for sure is through ultrasound. We offer limited ultrasounds free of charge.

How We Can Help You

At New Hope Center, our client mentors will see that you get the pregnancy services you need. From a no-cost pregnancy test to ultrasound to no-cost client consultations, we’re here to serve you. You don’t have to travel this road alone. We’re ready to take this journey with you. Contact us and make an appointment today.

 

¹ Mayo Clinic “Symptoms of pregnancy: What happens first” Mayo Clinic Staff
² Mayo Clinic  “Miscarriage” Mayo Clinic Staff