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When Should You Go to a Local Clinic for Pregnancy Testing in Tampa?

When Should You Go to a Local Clinic for Pregnancy Testing in Tampa?

When Should You Go to a Local Clinic for Pregnancy Testing in Tampa?

If you’ve missed a period or think you might be pregnant, the local Polmed clinic offers pregnancy testing in Tampa.

What are some of the signs and symptoms that might be indicators of pregnancy? When should you head to the clinic to be tested? This blog gives you a brief rundown of some indicators of pregnancy.

Signs of possible pregnancy include:

  • Excessive, unusual fatigue and tiredness.
  • Tender breasts.
  • Chronic lower back pain or aches.
  • Vomiting or nausea, especially shortly after waking up.
  • Notable aversion to certain smells or tastes.
  • Sudden, long-lasting headaches.

The most common and reliable symptom is a missed period or two. Remember that no birth control method is 100% effective except for abstinence, so there’s always a possibility of pregnancy when someone is sexually active.

Is There Benefit in Knowing About Your Pregnancy Early?

The earlier you can detect your pregnancy, the more you can prepare. Each trimester of pregnancy has its ups and downs. A positive, definitive pregnancy test will enable you to make plans for your body, mind, and baby.

Will Polmed Primary Care & Walk-In Clinic Help You with the Next Steps After a Positive Pregnancy Test?

Yes! If you require assistance and prenatal care after your positive pregnancy test, Polmed Primary Care & Walk-In Clinic can perform an exam to ensure the health of you and your babe. We can also give you suggestions for gynecologists to continue with prenatal care in the area. 

Here’s How to Schedule an Appointment

While we accept walk-ins, it’s also possible to schedule an appointment with Polmed Primary Care & Walk-In Clinic for pregnancy testing in Tampa. For more information, please call (727) 339-2054.

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