The first symptom of pregnancy is usually a missed period. A simple urine test can determine whether or not you are pregnant. The test can be done at the Health Center anytime your period is late. Other early symptoms of pregnancy may include nausea at any time of the day or night, breast enlargement or tenderness, frequent urination and/or fatigue.
What will you do if you are pregnant?
An unintended pregnancy can be a crisis. You may be very upset and find it difficult to think clearly. Talking with someone can help. You may wish to talk with a clinician, health educator or counselor at the Health Center who can provide information about options.
What are your options?
There are two: you may continue the pregnancy or you may terminate it. With either option you should have a medical exam and lab work as soon as possible.
For further help with your decision-making you may contact: