If you think you’re pregnant after missing a period or having early pregnancy symptoms, the next step is to receive a medical verification of your pregnancy. Our team at Echoz provide free pregnancy testing to verify pregnancy. While an at-home test has high accuracy, you still want to confirm it with a medically verified pregnancy test to be sure. Move forward with confidence.

When is the best time to take a pregnancy test?

The best time to take a pregnancy test is after you have missed your period. More specifically, the most effective time to take a test is when your period is two weeks late. During this time, pregnancy tests are 90% accurate.

One of the first symptoms of early pregnancy is a missed period. For more early symptoms, check out this list of common pregnancy symptoms.

How does a pregnancy test work?

A pregnancy test detects the hormone known as hCG found in the urine of women who are pregnant. One of our registered nurses administers the pregnancy test and will discuss your results with you immediately following the test.

What to expect during your first appointment:

  • A Patient Advocate will walk beside you through your entire appointment.

  • You will meet with our nurse, who will review your complete medical history. The goal of each Echoz nurse is to learn and understand your complete situation to provide you with the highest level of professional medical care.

  • If your pregnancy test is positive, the nurse will offer information regarding all your options.

  • You may be eligible for an ultrasound to confirm your pregnancy.

  • You will have the opportunity to explore the pros and cons of all your options. Take all the time you need to ask questions and learn about the resources available to you.

Your Next Step

After a positive pregnancy test result, your next step is to confirm your pregnancy’s viability with an ultrasound. An ultrasound will reveal how far along you are and the placement of your pregnancy. The ultrasound will determine what steps you can take next in your pregnancy.

Schedule a free and confidential pregnancy test appointment with us today.

We do not provide extended OB/GYN or pre-natal care, birth control prescriptions or devices, fertility testing, abortion services, or referrals for abortion.