A late period. Sore breasts. Unexplained nausea. Unusual exhaustion.

If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, it might mean you’re pregnant. Unfortunately, these are also symptoms of other medical and health conditions. The only way to know for sure is to take a pregnancy test.

We offer free and confidential pregnancy testing services. If your test comes back positive, we’ll also offer an ultrasound so you can learn more about your pregnancy before making any big decisions.

Common Pregnancy Symptoms

Late or Missed Period

This is often the first tell-tale sign of a pregnancy, especially if your period is usually very regular. It’s best to wait at least a week after the date your period was supposed to start before taking a pregnancy test. This will provide the most accurate results.

Swollen or Sore Breasts

Tenderness in your breasts is the second most common early symptom of pregnancy. This happens because your body is producing more progesterone than normal as it prepares for and supports the pregnancy.


If you’re experiencing more fatigue than normal or at weird times during the day, especially in conjunction with some of these other symptoms, it could be a good clue that you’re pregnant. Again, it doesn’t indicate that on its own, but this is a sign of pregnancy as your body goes through a lot of changes.

Food Cravings or Aversions

Another very common sign of pregnancy is either food cravings or food aversions, especially if you’re craving foods you’ve never liked or really hating foods you’ve always loved. The surge in hormones can cause this change and it can feel unsettling, but typically passes after the first trimester (or at least lessens).

Experiencing These Pregnancy Symptoms?

If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, you could be pregnant. Again, it’s important to take a test to know for sure. Contact us today to schedule your free pregnancy testing appointment to get the answers you need before taking any next steps!

How Far Along Are You?

The most reliable way to understand how far along you are is to get an ultrasound. If you’d like an estimate sooner, you can use the calculator below by putting in your last known menstrual cycle date.



Enter the date of the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP):



Probable date of conception:


How Far Along You Are


Estimated Due Date: