Pregnancy Testing

The Piedmont Women’s Center health care staff uses a clinic-quality hCG test. These types of tests are extremely sensitive urine-based assessments which can be used to show being pregnant. These are laboratory-quality and have a more than 99% correctness rate.


An unexpected pregnancy is generally a frightening thing to cope with.

If you happen to be encountering pregnancy signs and symptoms or believe you could be pregnant, call Piedmont Women’s Center at 864-233-3823 to ask for a meeting for a no-cost and private pregnancy test. A licensed nurse will provide a laboratory-quality pregnancy examination, which has a more than 99% accuracy rate, for free. Combined with your pregnancy information session is the availability of a registered nurse.

At Piedmont Women’s Center, we will not make a profit from whatever option you ultimately choose regarding your pregnancy. We are available to provide you with comprehensive facts because we are convinced all women have the right to make fully-informed decisions.

Typical Pregnancy Signs:

•Missed Monthly Period

•Queasiness or Throwing Up

•Sensitive or Enlarged Breasts

•Regular Urination

•Prevalent Headaches and/or Back Pain

•Food Yearnings


•Changes in Appetite

•Weight Increase or Decrease

Warning signs by themselves, however, will not verify being pregnant. Many females will not get any symptoms; however, their tests are positive. Alternatively, a number of women feel a number of symptoms, yet they have a negative test outcome. Remember to take into account that often times the emotional stress of thinking you can be pregnant can result in pregnancy-related signs and symptoms. In case you have displayed some of these symptoms or if you believe you could be pregnant, contact Piedmont Women’s Center to make a scheduled visit for a no-cost and confidential pregnancy test.

How Far Along Am I?

In cases where you’re worried about being pregnant or thinking about an abortion, it’s crucial that you figure out how many days or weeks you have been pregnant. Ovulation generally takes place in the midpoint of a 28 day cycle – or around 14 days after the 1st day of your previous period. If you have been sexually active around the time frame of ovulation, it’s possible to get pregnant. An ultrasound will confirm precisely how far along you might be. Set up a scheduled visit for a no-cost pregnancy test at Piedmont Women’s Center. In the event your pregnancy test is positive, we may be able to refer you for a totally free ultrasound examination with one of our sonographers.

What If Your Test At Home Is Positive?

Despite the fact you’ve done a pregnancy test at your home, permit us to follow-up with a totally free pregnancy test at Piedmont Women’s Center. Our testing is clinical grade and may be more precise than the home test you did. In spite of this, only a certified doctor can verify pregnancy. In case you have a positive test at our facility, we may easily be able to refer you to get your free ultrasound by one of our sonographers.

Free Pregnancy Tests

In case you’re worried about being pregnant, it’s vital that you get a precise pregnancy evaluation and consult with a professional regarding your circumstances. Piedmont Women’s Center offers a secure location so that you can have a totally free medical-quality pregnancy test. Our pregnancy testing is 99% accurate, much more sensitive than many over-the-counter types and can identify hCG (the hormone produced in pregnancy) as quickly as 1 day after your first missed menstrual period. The outcome of your test will be confirmed at your scheduled appointment.

Telling Others You’re Pregnant

An unanticipated pregnancy could potentially cause a stressful situation.

You could be anxious about telling your parents, partner, close friends, or other people.

Or perhaps you might be worried about finding an answer before other people find out. Understand that you’re not alone. Piedmont Women’s Center is here to discuss your choices with you. We’re here to pay attention to your worries and offer support as well as suggestions for informing other people that you’re expecting.

Things To Consider

What exactly are your symptoms?

For how long have you felt these symptoms?

Are your menstrual cycles often consistent or unpredictable?

Did you take a pregnancy test?

In the event you had a positive test, do you have any idea how far along you might be?

This enables you to understand what your choices are.

Make a scheduled visit with Piedmont Women’s Center for a no-cost pregnancy test. We may also be able to refer you for an absolutely free ultrasound with one of our sonographers in the event your test is positive.

No matter how you feel about the possibility of being pregnant, a good first step is to schedule a medical pregnancy test with a trusted health care provider.

Remember, symptoms such as a missed period do not always result from pregnancy.

When compared to a conventional home test, a medical pregnancy test can determine pregnancy with a very high degree of accuracy. Contact us today to schedule your free pregnancy test and consultation.

For helpful resources available to expectant mothers, please visit our Helpful Resources Page