The Pregnancy Test Was Positive. Now What?

A positive pregnancy test doesn’t necessarily mean you’re positively pregnant. Although pregnancy tests are relatively accurate, one study suggests up to 5% can indicate you aren’t pregnant when you are.

Another study estimates that 26% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. Before you can take your next step, you need an ultrasound. We offer referrals for a free, local ultrasound scan.

What More Do I Need To Know About My Pregnancy?

There are three fundamental questions an ultrasound can answer.

1. Is My Pregnancy Viable?

An ultrasound detects if your pregnancy is growing with a heartbeat (viable). If a heartbeat isn’t found, it’s too early in your pregnancy, or you may have miscarried.

2. How Far Along Am I?

The gestational age refers to the number of weeks you have been pregnant. If you’re considering abortion, the abortion pill is only FDA-approved for women who’ve been pregnant for ten weeks or less. Are you positive you know how long you’ve been pregnant? If not, you’ll want an ultrasound.

3. Where Is My Pregnancy Located?

Although rare, some women experience an ectopic pregnancy. This pregnancy develops outside the uterus, usually within the Fallopian tubes. An ectopic pregnancy can be very dangerous, even life-threatening. If discovered, see your healthcare provider immediately.

Referral For A Free Ultrasound

We believe the more information you have, the more confident you’ll be about your unplanned pregnancy decision. We offer referrals for a free, local ultrasound. We’ll even provide transportation there if you’d like.

What’s Next?

Once you have confirmed that your pregnancy is viable and located correctly in the uterus, we can discuss your options. Our client advocates offer free options consultations to discuss your situation and help you determine what is best for you and your future.

You deserve the best services possible. We can equip you with the information you need to make an empowered decision. Contact us today so we can begin the journey together.