Is your period late? Do you think you might be pregnant? If so, the first thing to do is take a pregnancy test. Don’t waste your money on home pregnancy tests. Get a free test at Life Choices Center.
Free Pregnancy Testing
Don’t wait and wonder. End the worry by getting free laboratory-quality pregnancy testing that is over 99% accurate. Often, when women take home pregnancy tests, they either take them at the wrong time or don’t completely follow the instructions. Our urine pregnancy tests are the same kind used by hospitals and medical clinics, so you can be confident you are getting the best results.
When Should I Take a Pregnancy Test?
In general, you should wait at least one week after your missed period for the best results. A pregnancy test measures the levels of hCG, commonly known as “the pregnancy hormone.” When you’re pregnant, your body produces this hormone and the levels double every 72 hours, so you’ll get the most accurate results if you wait one week. Our tests detect the hCG pregnancy hormone as early as 7 days after conception or 21 to 24 days after your last period began.
The Test Was Positive, Now What?
If your test is positive, your next step is to have an ultrasound. Our staff will provide a referral for you to receive a free, onsite ultrasound with a physician. This will provide more information about your pregnancy, like timing, location, and viability. Whether you’re considering carrying to term or terminating the pregnancy, this information is vital.
In addition to ultrasounds, we also offer information on sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). It’s important to test regularly for STDs because many do not have early symptoms and can become more serious down the road.
You Have Options
We’re here to provide support and the answers you need to make the best choice for you! We want to be that safe place where you can share your life’s situation and concerns. You can trust us to keep your test results and our conversations completely confidential. We will not judge or pressure you. Our hope is to be a listening ear that will provide you with accurate information about all of your options.