If you are worried you’re pregnant, you might be wondering…
Does a urine pregnancy test confirm that I’m really pregnant?
You may have seen advertisements that boast pregnancy tests are 99% accurate in determining pregnancy. But actually, a pregnancy test is not enough to truly confirm a pregnancy has occurred. Find out more about pregnancy testing.
Is it too late to take the morning after pill?
The morning after pill only prevents a pregnancy in a certain window of time after sexual intercourse. Learn more about this form of contraception.
If the pregnancy test is negative, does that mean I’m not pregnant?
The short answer is, not necessarily. The accuracy of the pregnancy test depends on the woman’s last menstrual period. If you take the pregnancy test too early in your cycle, it might give you a negative result when indeed you are pregnant. Learn more about pregnancy testing.
If the pregnancy test is positive, can you help me get an abortion?
If you have taken a test and it’s positive, that doesn’t always mean the pregnancy will go full-term. This is often referred to as viability. A pregnancy which is normal and viable will be implanted in the uterus, have a normal heart rate, and be a certain length and diameter depending on how far along the pregnancy is. Viability of a pregnancy can only be confirmed by an ultrasound. Learn more about ultrasounds.
If you’re considering an abortion, it is highly recommended that you pursue an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy. If you request an abortion, most clinicians will do an ultrasound before the procedure. Even if the ultrasound determines a natural miscarriage you will still have to pay for the cost of the ultrasound. We offer free ultrasounds to confirm pregnancies with lay counseling about your options, however, we do not refer for or perform abortions. It can be helpful to know about the risks and costs associated with this procedure.
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