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Pregnancy testing

How can I test whether I'm pregnant?

If you've had unprotected sex or your contraception has failed, you could be pregnant. You may need to take a pregnancy test to confirm this.

If you've had unprotected sex within the last 5 days and a pregnancy would be unwanted, you can use emergency contraception such as the emergency contraceptive pill or IUD to ensure any pregnancy does not continue. If you've had unprotected sex more than 5 days ago, it's important to take a pregnancy test after about 3 weeks, if your period is late, or if you have abnormal bleeding.

Ready to book?

If you're ready to visit us, book an appointment to reduce your waiting time at the clinic.

Once you've filled out the form, a member of the team will be in touch to confirm your appointment.

Pregnancy test results

The result will either be:

  • Negative: you’re not pregnant. If your test is negative, but your period is late or you have pregnancy symptoms, you need to repeat the test after a week.
  • Positive: you're pregnant. Our trained providers are here to confidentially support you in exploring your options.

Bear in mind that you cannot do a reliable pregnancy test until 2-3 weeks after the time when you may have become pregnant.

If you're not sure you want to be pregnant

If you've had a positive pregnancy test, you may be feeling confused, shocked and scared.

It's important to face what's happening and seek advice as soon as possible. It's also important to make the right decision for you.

Contact us for a confidential chat.

 

If you find yourself pregnant, particularly if it was unplanned, you may have mixed feelings about what to do next. Call us to discuss your options.

Call us on 0800 00 22252 or WhatsApp on +234 909 902 2252

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