1. “How do I know if I am pregnant?”

If you are sexually active and have missed a period, you may be pregnant. Take a pregnancy test which can be purchased at any drug store. We also offer free pregnancy tests. You need to confirm the pregnancy with a physician.  If going to your family physician is scary, visit a clinic or pregnancy center. For more info on finding a local pregnancy center, please read our Resources.

2. “How do I know how far along I am?”

If you are curious about the gestational age of your baby, discuss this with your physician. Your physician can schedule you for an ultrasound to accurately determine the age and size of your baby.

3. “What is implantation bleeding?”

Implantation bleeding typically occurs 10-14 days after conception. This is normal and relatively common. The bleeding is caused from the implantation of the fertilized egg into your uterus; it is similar to spotting. Sometimes this can be mistaken for a period, so it is important to confirm with a physician.  


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