how will I know if I'm pregnant?


Common pregnancy symptoms

Common pregnancy symptoms include nausea, sore/tender breasts, feeling bloated, changes in appetite, weight gain, fatigue, a need for extra sleep, frequent urination, odd sensations in the abdomen, and of course, lack of periods.

Although there are many other things that can cause these symptoms, if you suspect that you might be pregnant, the best thing you can do is to visit your local pregnancy center for a free pregnancy test right away. The test offered by most centers is highly accurate when taken as early as 10-14 days after conception, and all contact with the center is confidential.

In addition to a pregnancy test, your local pregnancy center can provide most of not all of the following services: sensitive and private counseling, physician and clinic referrals, pregnancy information, abortion information and alternatives, educational literature and videos.

Visit http://www.optionline.org to find a center near you.

Dr. Williams

Monnica Williams, Ph.D.
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Free Pregnancy Testing Centers: 800-395-HELP.

 
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