In pregnancy, your body goes through many changes. Some common symptoms include:
A late or missed period
Pregnancy tests check for a hormone called hCG that is produced by the developing placenta during pregnancy.
The longer you wait to take the test, the more accurate it becomes. It is best to wait until your first missed period before you take a pregnancy test. You can test sooner, but you may need to take a confirming pregnancy test later.
We provide a laboratory quality urine test free of charge. In a normal pregnancy, hCG can be detected in the urine as early as 7-10 days after conception.
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How long will my appointment take, and what do I need to bring?
Your appointment takes approximately 45 minutes. A morning urine specimen is not needed for an accurate test result.
Are your pregnancy tests accurate?
LC pregnancy tests are accurate and are the same medical-grade tests used in the emergency room and doctor’s office. Pregnancy can be detected under normal circumstances within 7-10 days after conception.
What do I need to do to schedule an appointment?
Call the center nearest you today for an appointment, and phone numbers are located in the boxes below or go to our Contact Information page.
We offer free Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound to our clients who have had a positive pregnancy test performed in any one of our centers.
The purpose of the limited ultrasound is to:
A viable pregnancy occurs when the fetus is in the uterus, and a heartbeat is observed by a trained medical professional. It is not used for diagnosis of birth defects/complications or determining the sex (gender) of the child.
Free ultrasounds are done on positive pregnancy test clients.
There is a lot to think about, and this is a time to gather all the information you can, and be fully informed and educated about all your choices.
LC supports Informed Consent, which means you have a right to know all the facts and information and be fully informed about all your options BEFORE you make any decision. Facing the surprise of an unplanned, untimely pregnancy can turn your world upside down. Women can feel trapped and vulnerable. Emotions can run high at this time; it is important for you to slow down, find caring, qualified assistance, and take time to look at all the issues, options, and support available to you. You can make an informed and a positive and healthy decision, it just takes a little time, effort, and help.
We have helped thousands of women work through their pregnancy decision process, and they have told us how grateful they are for the help and care they received. No matter what your choice, if you take the time to get educated and really look at your options, you will have much less regret over any decision that you might have made rashly or without good information. Let us support you.
Our caring staff will sit with you in a private and confidential setting and:
What are all the alternatives?
What are the different types of abortion?
What are the risks attached to having an abortion?
What do I do if I am experiencing the pain of a past abortion?
How can I tell my parents I’m pregnant?
What about my baby’s father?
How can I afford the medical bills?
What if I need food or clothing?
How will I find a job?
Can I still finish school?
What if I took drugs during my pregnancy?
What if I need a place to live?
Pregnancy services are free and confidential. Make an appointment today!
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