Your Health & Safety is our #1 Priority
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently not accepting appointments for Emergency Contraception or Pregnancy Testing. During this time of social distancing, you will need to go to your local pharmacy for these services. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
AWHC offers free pregnancy testing which is always confidential.
We offer a urine test that can detect pregnancy about 2 weeks after conception (results are available immediately), and a blood test which can detect pregnancy about 1 week after conception.
Pregnancy tests are provided on a walk-in basis, appointments are not necessary. Please bring your photo ID.
Early signs of pregnancy may include but are not limited to the following:
- a missed menstrual period or a period that is lighter than normal
- nausea or vomiting
- breast tenderness and/or swelling
- frequent urination
- feeling bloated
- increased or decreased appetite
- feeling unusually emotional or moody
You can use our Pregnancy Calculator to approximate the length of your pregnancy. The Pregnancy Calculator uses the start date of your last menstrual period to approximate length of gestation.
If you think you are pregnant, we encourage you to confirm with pregnancy testing or ultrasound at our office. A pregnancy test, ultrasound, or exam by a medical professional are the most accurate methods of confirming a pregnancy.
If you think you are pregnant, we strongly encourage you to confirm your pregnancy with a test or ultrasound at our office. You can also approximate the length of your pregnancy by using our Pregnancy Calculator. The Pregnancy Calculator provides an approximate length of gestation from your last normal period and does not constitute medical advice. Only an exam, pregnancy test, or ultrasound by a medical professional can confirm and approximate length of pregnancy. This calculator should be used as a guide only and should not be relied upon for weeks of pregnancy, conception date, or due date.
Please enter the FIRST day of your last menstrual period.