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Think you could be pregnant?

Becoming pregnant when you don’t want to may be one of the most difficult and frightening challenges you’ll ever face. You may think that having an abortion is the only way out. The good news is you don’t have to face these decisions alone.

Whether you’re dealing with an unexpected pregnancy or think you might be pregnant, Care Net is here to help you. We provide free pregnancy help services in a caring, nonjudgmental atmosphere. At Care Net, our certified pregnancy coaches and medical professionals will listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and give you accurate information to help you decide.

At Care Net, we will listen to your concerns, answer your questions and provide accurate information on all of your pregnancy options. If you think you may be pregnant, please contact us for an appointment to take a free pregnancy test.

Get the facts before you decide what to do! If you’re pregnant, you have choices.

Am I pregnant?

Any of the following symptoms could be early signs of pregnancy. If you’re experiencing any of them, it’s time to contact Care Net for a confidential, free pregnancy test.

– Late or missed period

– Mild cramping

– Nausea

– Breast tenderness

– Frequent urination

– Tiredness

– Mood swings

If you think you may be pregnant, please contact us for an appointment to take a free pregnancy test. We provide a laboratory-quality urine test free of charge.

Schedule An Appointment Online for a pregnancy test at no cost to you at one of our 6 free pregnancy centers:  Tacoma, Lakewood, Puyallup, Gig Harbor, Federal Way, or Kenmore.

Fetal Development

How far along am I?

If you have recently discovered that you are pregnant, you are probably wondering how many weeks pregnant you are. There are two ways to answer this question.

One way to date pregnancy is by counting back to the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP). This is referred to as “Gestational Age,” the term most used by medical providers to date pregnancies. Even if you can remember the calendar details of your last period, we suggest confirming your calculations by making an ultrasound appointment with Care Net as described below.

You may also hear the term “Fertilization Age.” This refers to how long it has been since conception, the fertilization of the egg by the sperm. Most women release a ripe egg (ovulate) in the middle of their monthly cycle (or approximately 2 weeks before their next period begins). For example, if the Fertilization Age is 4 weeks, the Gestational Age would be 6 weeks.

Not Sure? We Can Help with a Free Ultrasound

Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound

Care Net offers Limited Ultrasounds at no cost to you, which can verify how far along you are and determine if the pregnancy is viable.

If you think you might be pregnant, you can schedule a free pregnancy test at Care Net. We have a 24/7 Helpline available. Call 1-877-NOT-ALONE (668-2566) to talk to us. You may also request an appointment online. We provide free and confidential pregnancy testing services at one of our 6 centers:

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