How Do You Know If You’re Pregnant?

One of the first signs of pregnancy is a missed period, but your menstrual cycle can change for a lot of different reasons. So how do you find out if you’re actually pregnant? What should you look for?

If you’ve recently had unprotected (or maybe even protected) sex and your period is late, it’s time to take a look at some of the other early symptoms of pregnancy. Here’s a list of the most common:

Early Pregnancy Symptoms

The Mayo Clinic lists these as classic signs of pregnancy:

  • A missed period
  • Tender, swollen breasts
  • Nausea with or without vomiting
  • Increased urination
  • Fatigue

Other Possible Signs

  • Moodiness
  • Bloating
  • Light Spotting
  • Cramping
  • Constipation
  • Food aversions
  • Nasal Congestion

Unfortunately, these can also be the sign of other health issues. Symptoms like fatigue, nausea, and nasal congestion could merely mean you have a cold. Likewise, you can miss a period because of increased exercise, hormonal changes, or taking certain medications.

It’s actually possible to have none of the above symptoms, but still, be pregnant. Every woman is unique and so are her pregnancy symptoms. It’s important to confirm your pregnancy as early as possible. Your best course of action is a pregnancy test.

Free And Confidential Pregnancy Tests

Even if you’ve taken an over-the-counter pregnancy test, verify the results at the Pregnancy Care Center with a free and confidential pregnancy test. There’s no appointment necessary to visit the Center. One of our Client Advocates will explain the correct way to take the test and discuss your results with you.

This is quite a journey, isn’t it? Once we’ve confirmed your pregnancy with a urine test, you might qualify for an ultrasound to get even more information. We want you to have all the details you need when it comes to your pregnancy. How else can you make a confident decision about what step to take next?

Our name is “Care Center” because we do care about you. Don’t take this journey alone. How can we help you? Contact us.