Pregnancy Test

Think you might be pregnant?

We’ll help you get the answers you need.

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Step 1

Schedule a free pregnancy test and consultation in one of our clinics.

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Step 2

See how far along you are through a no-cost ultrasound.

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Step 3

Make a confident choice after exploring all your options.

We’ll help get the information you need so you can make an informed pregnancy decision.

What are my pregnancy options?


Considering parenting? We are here to help you explore what that may look like and find resources. Whether you’re looking at parenting as a single mom/dad, co-parenting with a partner, engaged or married, we offer free parenting resources from the day you find out you are pregnant until your child(ren) turn(s) 4 years old!
Learn more here.


Depending on how far along you are in your pregnancy, the types of abortion available to you might vary. While Care Net of Puget Sound offers free, medically accurate information on abortions, we do not provide or refer for abortion.
Learn more by clicking here.


There are a lot of misconceptions around adoption and what it may look like. Learn more about the basics of adoption options here.

Explore your pregnancy options and find support so you can make a pregnancy decision with confidence.

Pregnancy FAQs

First, you can take a pregnancy test. While store-bought pregnancy tests aren’t always accurate (learn why here), this is an easy first step. You can pick up a pregnancy test at the store, but you can also receive a free pregnancy test at one of our 8 clinics. Click here to schedule your free consultation (no insurance needed).    

Early pregnancy symptoms include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, nausea with or without vomiting, increased urination, or fatigue. 

An ultrasound is the most reliable way to determine how far along you are in your pregnancy and will help you determine what options are available to you. Learn more about the importance of viability ultrasounds by clicking here or schedule your viability ultrasound at one of our centers here.  

If you’re looking for an abortion, your options will be determined by how far along you are in your pregnancy. Abortion pills are recommended for use within the first 10 weeks of pregnancy. Beyond that, your options include surgical abortion. Learn more about the option of abortion by clicking here.  

Whether you’re considering abortion, adoption, or parenting, we can talk you through each option in a non-judgmental, supportive, and confidential space. We do not charge for any of our services or sell/refer for abortions, so you do not have to worry about being pressured into a decision. Schedule a pregnancy consultation here.

An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that implants outside of the uterus – most commonly in the fallopian tubes. Ectopic pregnancy is rare (about 1 in 50) but a serious condition in which the pregnancy cannot be sustained, and the life of the mother is at risk if not treated. 

Common symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy are:  

  • Severe lower stomach pain, especially on one side  
  • Vaginal spotting or bleeding  
  • Shoulder pain  
  • Feeling weak, dizzy, or fainting 

If you are experiencing severe pain or bleeding, you need to go to the nearest emergency room immediately. At Care Net of Puget Sound, we offer viability ultrasounds free of charge. Our medical team will help identify if your pregnancy is in the uterus. If your pregnancy is not in the uterus, we offer referrals so you can know for sure if you have an ectopic pregnancy and get proper treatment.    

Learn more about ectopic pregnancies by clicking here.

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