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Am I Pregnant? Know the Signs - Get Tested Today!

Posted By: Parkridge Employee | June 16, 2020

This can be a scary question if you aren't planning on being pregnant right now. Maybe the timing isn't right, your relationship with the father of the baby isn't solid, maybe you want to finish school, finances are really tight, or you just had other plans in mind.

How much time have you spent googling signs of pregnancy or early signs of pregnancy? You're wondering how early you can tell. And if the mood swings you're experiencing are just stress.

We don't want you to feel alone in your anxiety, questions, or fears. Getting solid answers can be what you need to make a solid plan for moving forward.

Before stressing out, you owe it to yourself to at least find out if you are pregnant. Then you can start the decision making process! 

Here are a few of the most common early pregnancy symptoms:

  1. Missed period 
  2. Tender, swollen breasts
  3. Nausea with or without vomiting 
  4. Increased urination 
  5. Fatigue

A few less common symptoms could include: 

  1. Moodiness
  2. Bloating 
  3. Light spotting
  4. Cramping
  5. Constipation
  6. Food aversions
  7. Nasal congestion 

So many of these early pregnancy symptoms can easily be PMS, stress, a cold, or food poisoning. So the only way to know for sure is to take a pregnancy test.

Find Out Today!

At home pregnancy tests are often accurate and available at most grocery and drug stores—but the best way to confirm a pregnancy is to get a test from a medical clinic and request an ultrasound. An ultrasound is the most accurate way to make sure you are pregnant, and helps determine how far along you are.

Schedule an appointment today for a free, no hassle, no judgment test. Take the first step toward your future today! Call: 806.794.8555.

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We’ll stand by your side. Our staff is available to provide you with expert medical services and caring support. At Parkridge, we don’t charge for our services. To get help, all you need to do is make an appointment.