Think you’re pregnant and not sure what to do next? Navigating an unexpected pregnancy can be intimidating and scary at times. You may have questions like:

  • How do I know I’m pregnant?
  • What will my partner/family think?
  • Who will support me?
  • What are my pregnancy options?
  • Can I raise a child and go to school?

These questions and concerns are all important to work through, but you don’t have to do it alone. Our team at Next Step provides safe and compassionate support you can count on. 

Am I Really Pregnant?

You may be second-guessing your pregnancy test results because you don’t know how this could happen to you. We understand the shock you could be facing, and we can help.

Common Pregnancy Symptoms

According to the Mayo Clinic, here are some common pregnancy symptoms that may point to pregnancy:

  • A missed period
  • Nausea with or without vomiting
  • Tender, swollen breasts
  • Frequent urination
  • Fatigue

Other signs of pregnancy may include moodiness, bloating, cramping, and light spotting. To be sure, take a pregnancy test with one of the nurses, and we can help go over your test results. 

Next Step uses laboratory-quality urine tests. This free pregnancy test is labeled to be more than 98% accurate as early as 7 to 10 days after conception. You will receive your confidential results during your appointment time. If you do receive a positive pregnancy test result, we offer ultrasounds onsite as well.

Your Next Step

When you reach out to us, you’ll get a medically accredited team, judgement free environment, and complete confidentiality. Next Step provides safe and compassionate pregnancy decision and support services by expert staff. Our non-judgmental team offers accurate information and support to help you process your feelings and understand your options. 

Talk about & ask anything. We’re here for you, without judgment or an agenda.

Schedule a free and confidential appointment today to get the answers you need about your pregnancy, your pregnancy decision, and more. You are not alone.