Free Confidential Pregnancy Testing

Here at Pregnancy Care Clinic, we are committed to providing high-quality healthcare services to women of all ages. We understand the importance of accessible and affordable healthcare, especially when it comes to pregnancy testing. That’s why we offer free pregnancy testing to all women who visit our center, regardless of their income or insurance status. Our experienced healthcare professionals are dedicated to providing compassionate care and support, and we strive to create a comfortable and welcoming environment for all of our patients.

Free pregnancy testing can help you find out if you’re pregnant and help you see the gestational age of the fetus. It can also provide other important information, so you can make well-informed healthcare decisions. If you suspect you may be pregnant but are unsure how to proceed, read on to find out how we can help.

Symptoms You Might be Pregnant

A missed period is perhaps one of the best-known symptoms of pregnancy. However, there are others. These include sore breasts, fatigue, nausea, appetite changes, headaches, and mood swings.

An over-the-counter pregnancy test can tell you if you’re pregnant or not. However, it cannot be used as proof of pregnancy. You will need a pregnancy verification signed by a nurse as proof to begin care, which can be provided by PCC free of charge. Moreover, an OTC pregnancy test cannot tell you how far along you are in your pregnancy. This is an important factor if you are considering an abortion. An over-the-counter pregnancy test also can’t show if you have an ectopic pregnancy. This is a dangerous medical condition that needs immediate attention.

Our Free Pregnancy Testing Process

If a urine test shows that you are indeed pregnant, we are also able to provide a free ultrasound exam. The ultrasound will clearly show the age and placement of the fetus. If the pregnancy is ectopic, our team will immediately refer you to a hospital that can provide appropriate treatment. If the fetus does not appear to be viable, we suggest following up with doctor, so you can plan accordingly.

Our pregnancy calculator can be used to determine the estimated due date for the new baby. We will offer advice on self-care and medical information to help you decide on how to proceed with the pregnancy. We also recommend STI testing, which is a must for pregnant women. An STI, even one that is asymptomatic, can cause complications. This is why the CDC recommends testing for pregnant women in both the first and third trimesters.[1]

Furthermore, our clinic provides a signed pregnancy verification, free of charge, so you can obtain pregnancy-related medical care. Our verification paperwork also enables you to apply for Medi-Cal. Medi-Cal can cover expenses such as prescription medication and ambulatory prenatal care.[2]

Explore Your Pregnancy Options

Pregnancy is a life-changing experience. It can be particularly overwhelming if it wasn’t planned. That’s why we offer personalized advocacy services for women and their significant others. We will discuss your personal situation, go over your options, and provide you with the emotional support you need to make the best decision for your situation.

While PCC does not offer abortion or referrals for abortion, we are here to help you regardless of the decision you make.

We also offer support classes, including childbirth education classes to prepare you for the upcoming birth and parenting classes to help you learn to care for the new little one. Additionally, we have a Moms Helping Moms Support Group for new mothers and mothers who have one or more other children.

Schedule an Appointment Today!

If you or someone you know needs a pregnancy test and/or other pregnancy-related medical services, give us a call at your convenience. We will schedule an appointment and provide the caring, accurate medical care and information you need to proceed as you see fit.


[1] STDs during Pregnancy – CDC Detailed Fact Sheet; CDC;; retrieved April 11, 2023

[2] Women; Department of Healthcare Services;; retrieved April 11, 2023