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Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic
Call: 706-322-5024
Thurs after 4 - Sunday: 1-800-712-4357

How Does A Pregnancy Test Work?

Not positive if you’re pregnant or not? When you are pregnant, your body produces a hormone called hCG, human chorionic gonadotropin. When you take a pregnancy test, it detects the amount of hCG hormone in your urine to determine if you are pregnant. 

When To Take A Pregnancy Test

The best time to take a pregnancy test is at least one week after a missed period to get the most accurate results. At this point, your body has time to produce the right amount of hCG hormone to be accurately detected in a test.

Though pregnancy tests can detect hCG in urine as early as four days before your missed period, it is more sensitive in the days after. You can receive a more accurate result from the test by waiting just a bit longer.

Pregnancy Confirmation

Verify your pregnancy with lab-quality pregnancy testing for your peace of mind. Even though home pregnancy tests are normally accurate, there is still a 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.

For the most accurate results, get lab-quality pregnancy testing to be sure. You are not alone in this waiting period. 

Know What Your Options Are

If you received a positive pregnancy test result, we’re here for you. Maybe you’re afraid you don’t have the support you need, or you are going to school and are unsure about what’s next. Even with questions flooding your mind, know you have options. 

Our compassionate team is here to talk through all your pregnancy options.

No-Cost Pregnancy Testing

Get no-cost pregnancy testing done at our clinic to know how to move forward in your pregnancy journey. We also offer no-cost ultrasounds as your next step of pregnancy confirmation.

You deserve answers and facts about your pregnancy. Confidence comes with clarity.

Greater Things Are Yet to Come.