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Free Pregnancy Tests

Even when using contraceptive methods, it is still possible to become pregnant.  While a missed period is the most common pregnancy symptom, there are several additional symptoms you may experience, including:

  • Fatigue/tiredness

  • Headaches

  • Swollen/tender breasts

  • Nausea/morning sickness

  • Frequent urination

  • Mood swings

  • Spotting/light bleeding



If you suspect you may be pregnant, Options for Women is here for you. You can schedule an appointment for a free pregnancy test to verify you are pregnant.  Our Center has medical grade urine tests that are over 99% accurate after a missed period. 

If your pregnancy test is positive, your advocate will offer education regarding all your options for pregnancy. You will have the opportunity to explore the pros and cons of all your options, take all the time needed to ask whatever questions you have, and learn about the comprehensive network of community resources available to you, including  the value of scheduling a free of charge limited ultrasound.



We’re here for you as you process all of these questions and more. No matter your life situation, we’ll listen, ask questions, and offer support and information to help you come to your own conclusion. No judgment, only concern for your wellbeing. Regardless of whether you were expecting to become pregnant, what you do next is extremely important. Many women in your position will want to weigh their options, and we encourage you to do so. It’s a big life event and you might have a lot of questions like:

  • “How will I tell my parents?”

  • "How can I afford a baby?"

  • “Will I have to delay my school plans?”

  • “What if my boyfriend leaves me?”

  • “What should I do next?”

We are available to help at any point in your decision-making process and can provide you important information about parenting, adoption, and abortion. Contact us to set up an appointment. 

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