A missed or late period can happen for many reasons aside from pregnancy.
However, if you are concerned you may be pregnant, schedule a free lab-quality pregnancy test to find out for sure. Many people have irregular periods and are unsure when to expect them. If that is you, waiting 17 days after you last had sexual intercourse to test for pregnancy can usually give you an accurate result.
You do not have to face this uncertainty alone. Let the staff at the Pregnancy Help Center come alongside you to give you resources and information to guide you through this process. If your test is positive, PHC offers free ultrasound services to date your pregnancy and also tell you if your pregnancy is viable (capable of progressing under normal conditions).
If you have been sexually active and are experiencing any of these signs or symptoms, it is an indication you should take a pregnancy test. Education is power!
Remember: Pregnancy symptoms can be different from woman to woman and from pregnancy to pregnancy.
Along with a missed period, other early signs of pregnancy may include:
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