Take the First Step
If you think you’re pregnant, you probably have many questions about what you are experiencing. At Care Net, we listen to your concerns and questions about an unplanned pregnancy and help you find the answers you need. The first step is to find out if you are really pregnant. Make an appointment today for a free pregnancy test.
Missed Your Period?
Missing your period can be upsetting if you’re not planning a pregnancy. Care Net is here to help you determine if you’re really pregnant. We offer free pregnancy tests and if your test is positive, we follow up with a free ultrasound so you’ll know more about your pregnancy before making a decision about what to do next.
Was My Home Test Accurate?
Even if you’ve taken a home test, you may want help confirming your pregnancy. The free pregnancy tests offered by Care Net are 99% accurate and laboratory quality. Results can be detected as early as the first day of your missed period and our tests are more accurate than some of the home tests on the market. However, only a licensed physician can diagnose pregnancy.
If you have a positive test at Care Net of Owensboro, you may qualify for a free ultrasound to determine more about your pregnancy.
How Many Weeks?
If you are pregnant, the next question to answer is how far along are you? You will need to know the first day of your last period even though conception could have been several days after your period ended. Ovulation usually occurs in the middle of a 28 day cycle – or about 14 days after the first day of your last period. If you were sexually active around the time of ovulation, it’s possible to become pregnant.
Am I Pregnant?
If you are sexually active, it’s possible to become pregnant. Here are some common signs of pregnancy, but please be aware that there are other medical conditions that can cause these symptoms.
If you think you’re pregnant, you may be really worried. At Care Net, we can help. We’re here to listen and discuss your concerns. Together we can figure out your options so that you are in control.
Things to Think About
- Is the pregnancy viable? Statistics show that up to 25% of early pregnancies end in natural miscarriage.
- How far along are you? If you are considering abortion, this determines the types of abortions available to you.
- Is the pregnancy in your uterus? Occasionally, the pregnancy is located somewhere else. This is known as an “ectopic” pregnancy.