Understanding Pregnancy

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Have some questions about being pregnant? We’re here to put some of your worries to rest.

Some typical symptoms of pregnancy are: 1

  • Appetite Change

  • Dizziness

  • Frequent Urination

  • Frequently Tired

  • Nausea

  • Sore Breasts

  • Weight gain or loss

 

These symptoms could be an indication of pregnancy or another health condition.

About that pregnancy test

If you are thinking about taking a home test or you have already had a positive home test, it is important to have a medically verified test done as well. We can provide you with a FREE lab-certified pregnancy test at our center, and inform you of results during your appointment. If you have not been at our center before, we ask you arrive about 15 minutes before your appointment to fill out an application. If you like, bring a friend or trusted parent/partner with you! For best results, pregnancy tests should be performed in the morning hours before drinking or eating anything.

Contact us @ 806-935-3549 to schedule a FREE Pregnancy Test appointment.

We want you to know while pregnancy seems too big to handle and a bit scary to think of, it can actually be a very rewarding and joyful experience to have as a woman. You are carrying a tiny life inside, and that is a miracle! It is to be celebrated! We are not here to judge you about your choices, but to minister unconditional love and support during this time. We want you to feel comfortable and at ease in our center. If there are outside influences threatening your safety please come to us. We want you and your baby to be safe and healthy.

If you need to find a doctor in Dumas, let us refer you to someone we trust! Call to schedule your referrals appointment @ 806-935-3549.

 

 

 Sources

  1. The National Women’s Health Information Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Women’s Health (2006, April). Youre Pregnant Now What, Stages of Pregnancy. Retrieved April 10, 2017 from https://www.womenshealth.gov/pregnancy/youre-pregnant-now-what/stages-pregnancy