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Frequently Asked Questions
We know you have a lot on your mind. On this page, we do our best to answer some common questions you may have. If your question is not answered on this page, get in touch, we’re here to help.
What if I Have Pregnancy Symptoms?
Pregnancy symptoms can be confusing because they can also be symptoms of other conditions. Many women wonder if they are imagining symptoms in hopes or fear of being pregnant. So, detecting the early signs of pregnancy without a test can be tricky.
You could also be pregnant even if you used contraception. No form of contraception offers a 100% guarantee. If you’re worried about being pregnant, the best thing to do is to take a pregnancy test.
How Can I Know if the Pregnancy Test is Right?
What Does an Ultrasound Do?
- Checks to see if there are a fetus and a heartbeat
- Tells you how far along you are
- Checks for twins
- Looks to see if there are signs of miscarriage or tubal pregnancy
Where Can I Get an Ultrasound?
At PDHC, an ultrasound may be offered to you after a confirming pregnancy test and consultation. Ultrasounds are provided by a nurse and reviewed by a doctor. The nurses and trained specialists can answer many questions you might have about your pregnancy and the options available to you. Schedule an appointment with one of our nurses to confirm your pregnancy.
What are Common Pregnancy Symptoms?
Some common pregnancy symptoms or signs of pregnancy are:
- Missed or irregular period
- Nausea, vomiting, “morning sickness”
- Frequent urination
- Sore breasts
- Weight gain
What if My Test is Positive?
If you’ve taken a test at home and received a positive result, we can administer a free, confirming test at our clinic. We know a lot of emotions come along with a positive test, and we are ready to provide you with support, information, and resources. Your results, as well as anything you discuss with our team, are completely confidential. We offer a safe space, with no judgment.