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We know how scary this time may feel right now. An unplanned pregnancy can change everything, but you are not alone. Maybe you’re asking yourself what your pregnancy options are. Take a moment to breathe.

Before looking too far into the future, a medical-grade pregnancy test is your first step to confirm your pregnancy. Our compassionate team at LifeLine Pregnancy Center is here to walk with you.

Pregnancy Symptoms

There are numerous pregnancy symptoms that women experience in the first trimester. Here are some of the most common pregnancy symptoms that could potentially point to pregnancy:

  • Fatigue
  • Tender, swollen breasts
  • Nausea with or without vomiting
  • Increased urination
  • Moodiness
  • Food aversions 

Verify Your Pregnancy

Did you know that a positive pregnancy test is not enough to confirm your pregnancy? Verify your pregnancy with BOTH a pregnancy test and an ultrasound for full clarity about your pregnancy.

Though at-home tests are very accurate, there is still a slight chance you could have taken the test too early or incorrectly. This can be easy to do, as many women feel rushed into making a decision. To get accurate results to move forward with clarity, follow up your positive pregnancy test with one at our center today to be sure.

We provide self-administered pregnancy tests at no cost to you. Our pregnancy tests detect the presence of the hCG pregnancy hormone and are over 99% accurate. Schedule an appointment with us today!

Your Pregnancy Options

We know how difficult it can feel to navigate an unplanned pregnancy and we are here to help educate you about all of your options. There is no pressure from us, but simply information so you can make a confident decision for your future.

You have more than one option when it comes to your pregnancy. We can help you discover what all of these options include and the next steps. Speak with our caring and non-judgemental team today to get started.

How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

If you are pregnant, or think you might be pregnant, and are considering abortion you may be wondering about any potential medical risks or side effects. While the chance and types of physical risks from abortion have been well documented for decades, more is also becoming known about the potential risks of abortion to your

Is Abortion for Me?

Understanding the different types of abortion, along with the risks, is important so you can make an informed decision.

What is Adoption Like?

When considering adoption there is a broad spectrum of adoptions available, including open, semi-open, or closed adoption.