If your period is late after you’ve recently had sex, there’s a chance you are pregnant. A late period is usually one of the first signs of pregnancy, but there are other tell-tale symptoms too.

Early Pregnancy Symptoms

Are you experiencing any of these?

  • Swollen tender breasts
  • Fatigue
  • Frequent need to urinate
  • Nausea with or without vomiting
  • Food cravings or aversions
  • Light spotting or cramping

An unplanned pregnancy is not only surprising but can also be scary. You’re wondering how to tell others or if you should tell anyone else.

Come to Oxford Women’s Care Center. We provide the care and support you need, especially during this difficult time.

You May Not Be Pregnant

Every woman responds differently to pregnancy. Some realize they’re pregnant immediately, while other women don’t know for months.

It’s possible to have the above symptoms for completely different medical reasons than pregnancy.

  • Swollen or tender breasts could result from a hormonal imbalance
  • Tension, stress, or depression can cause fatigue
  • A urinary tract infection causes a frequent need to urinate
  • Your menstrual cycle can change due to certain medications, increased exercise, or excessive weight gain or loss
  • You may have miscarried

Free Pregnancy Testing

Our staff offers free and confidential lab-quality pregnancy testing with results in minutes. Even if you’ve taken a home pregnancy test, we encourage you to confirm the results with one of our free tests.

Don’t wait and wonder. Contact Oxford Women’s Care Center and set up an appointment today.

We will make sure your pregnancy test is done correctly and at the right time. If your test is positive, we also offer referrals for free limited obstetrical ultrasounds to further verify your pregnancy.

We Care About You

We are here to provide support for women and families who are facing unplanned pregnancies and support those who have children three years and younger and are facing difficult financial situations.

How can we help you? Call 513-523-1814 or 513-299-3487 for information!