Am I Pregnant?

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I’ve missed my period. Does that mean I am pregnant?

Missing a period might mean you’re pregnant, but it could also mean you are under a good deal of stress or be a symptom of other health conditions, such as an STI.

If you have had sex recently then there is a chance you may be pregnant.

The best way to find out is to schedule a confidential appointment in a medical office like Hope Pregnancy Center in Willmar, Minnesota.

You can also take a home pregnancy test. Most over the counter at home pregnancy tests are 99% reliable, however, only a physician or other appropriate healthcare professional can medically verify 100% if you’re pregnant. Meeting with a medical professional in office is the most reliable method of pregnancy testing.

At Hope Pregnancy Center located in Willmar, Minnesota, our medical staff can give you a free medical verification of a positive pregnancy test. Our services are safe, confidential, and our staff provide you the compassionate environment you deserve.

Please schedule an appointment with us today.

Do any of these symptoms sound familiar?

  • I’ve missed a period (menstrual cycle)
  • I feel like throwing up sometimes
  • My breasts are tender
  • I have to pee more often
  • I’m overly tired
  • I’m having mood swings
  • I want foods I normally hate
  • My mornings are awful
  • Everyone is annoying me, even more than normal

Although not everyone experiences these signs, the symptoms above are more commonly associated with early pregnancy.

What is implantation bleeding?

Some women mistakenly think implantation bleeding is a period. Therefore, they may be further along in a pregnancy than they think. This is why it is important to have a reliable pregnancy test and an ultrasound for estimation of weeks.

Please schedule your free and confidential appointment today.

How do I know if I’m pregnant for sure?

The at-home pregnancy tests and period and fertility apps may contain good indicators. A medical-grade pregnancy test that measures the human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) pregnancy hormone is very accurate. An ultrasound is another very accurate method of detecting pregnancies.

If you are concerned about:

  • being pregnant
  • facing an unexpected pregnancy and not sure about your choices

It’s important to get verification of a positive pregnancy test to base your upcoming decisions on the most accurate results possible.

All of our services are completely free and confidential, please schedule an appointment today.

Please Note: This information is not intended to treat, or diagnose or make any recommendations. Please seek an in person medical professional. If this is an emergency, please go to your nearest emergency hospital room.

The content on this page has been reviewed and approved by our Medical Director.

1. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2010, September 27). Stages of pregnancy | Retrieved October 28, 2015,