Am I really pregnant in New London-Frankford, MO?
Anytime you have sex, there is always a chance for pregnancy. At different times of the month the chance can increase or decrease, but because sperm can live in a woman’s body for a couple of days, it’s impossible to know what your chances are at any given time.
Many women assume that if they use contraception, they cannot become pregnant. Contraception, however, is not 100 percent effective and the chance for pregnancy is never eliminated if you’ve had sex.
One of the most common signs of pregnancy is a missed period. Pregnancy is not the only reason a woman might miss her period, but if she has had sex, the possiblility of pregnancy should not be ruled out.
Possible Signs and Symptoms
The signs and symptoms of pregnancy vary from woman to woman and even from pregnancy to pregnancy. Some women have no noticeable signs at all. The timing of the onset of signs and symptoms also varies. Early indication may include but are not limited to:
- Missed period
- Tender and swollen breasts
- Nausea, with or without vomiting
- Increased urination
- Fatigue (tiredness)
Other symptoms may include, but are not limited to:
- Light spotting
- Food aversions
- Nasal congestion
A: Most doctors recommend you take a pregnancy test after your first missed period. A test will not typically be positive prior to your missed period and will sometimes still read negative for days after your missed period.
Options for Women near New London-Frankford, MO, offers a Full Pregnancy Evaluation that includes a free pregnancy test. If your test is positive, we can also provide you with confirmation of pregnancy and a limited ultrasound. These are steps that would need to be taken even if you went to a doctor’s office, but we provide them at no cost to you.
A: Depending on how you administer the test and how far along your pregnancy has developed, there is a small chance the result may not be correct. Although rare, there is a possibility that your test result is reflecting the wrong answer.
New London is a city in Ralls County, Missouri, United States. New London is part of the Hannibal Micropolitan Statistical Area. New London is located at the intersection of US Route 61 and Missouri Route 19. Frankford is a city in Pike County, Missouri, United States. Pike County is a county on the eastern border of the U.S. state of Missouri, bounded by the Mississippi River.