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Pregnancy Test

Could you be pregnant? The most common symptom of pregnancy is a missed period, but you may have a few of other signs and symptoms as well. Many signs and symptoms aren't unique to pregnancy. Therefore, the best way to determine whether or not you are pregnant is to get a professional pregnancy test.

If you’d like to read more about each of these pregnancy signs and symptoms, read this informative article.

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C/o Charlotte Lozier Institute

“Be amazed. Modern medicine and science tell us more about the development of each human being from fertilization to birth than ever before.  Join us on a journey where science enlightens us at every step, from the first time a human heart beats, toes wiggle, ears hear music, and unborn eyes see light – all before being born into the world.  It’s a journey you’ll never forget!”


  • Your first step is to verify your pregnancy. We offer free confidential pregnancy testing, and we will offer you a free STI test at that time.​

  • CPC uses medical grade pregnancy testing that is 99% accurate as early as 7-10 days after conception.

  • Missing your period can be very upsetting if you’re not planning a pregnancy. Women’s Care Center is here to help you determine if you’re really pregnant and help you with your next steps. If you think you might be pregnant, email our counselor or make an appointment at the Women’s Care Center near you.

  • We provide pregnancy tests, STD/STI testing, counseling, education classes, mentorship and material assistance regardless of age, race, religion or ability to pay – all services are free and confidential.

  • We are committed to walking in solidarity with all those who come to our doors, whether they are girls or women in crisis pregnancies or families facing challenging social, economic, or housing circumstances.


  • We offer FREE limited, first trimester ultrasounds. Our certified nurses will conduct an ultrasound that will confirm your pregnancy.​Ultrasounds assist in determining a viable pregnancy and gestational age.​All ultrasounds are reviewed by our medical director.

  • First, you need to know if you really are pregnant. As many as 25% or more of pregnancies end in natural miscarriage, and your pregnancy test could still be showing positive. The earliest way to confirm a pregnancy is with an ultrasound, which we provide.

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