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Pregnancy Test Confirmations

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Our medically-certified urine-based pregnancy tests will be administered by nurses, when available. Upon approval, you will be provided with a written “verification” of your positive pregnancy test. However, only a physician can diagnose a pregnancy. All information shared by you will be kept in the strictest confidence except as required by law or as required for your protection or the protection of others.

Is an appointment necessary?

We prefer for you to make an appointment so that we can best assist you. If you need a pregnancy test, a walk-in may be possible. We will do our best to accommodate you. However, to minimize your wait we suggest you call and set an appointment. Please contact us to set up an appointment 770-251-7158.

Is there a cost? And what should I bring to my appointment?

All services are free. We ask that you bring a valid photo ID or your birth certificate to your appointment

How accurate is the pregnancy test?

We ask that you wait at least 28 days after your first missed period to come in for a pregnancy test to ensure an accurate result.  Our tests are laboratory rated and 99% accurate. Urine-based pregnancy tests detect the hCG hormone in a pregnant woman’s system. Since the production of hCG can vary greatly from woman to woman, if you are too early, your test may not show as positive.

Can I have a retest if my test is negative and my period still doesn’t start?

Yes, you may be rescheduled for another test. The hCG hormone concentration doubles approximately every 2.2 days during the first 3 months of pregnancy.

Is a blood test more accurate?

A urine-based pregnancy test detects hCG hormone, whereas a blood test measures the hCG level. So yes, a blood test is more accurate.  CPS only provides urine pregnancy tests; your physician or clinic can perform a blood test to diagnose your pregnancy.

Should I see a doctor if I have a second negative test and have not started my period?

If you have any medical concerns, you should see your health care provider for assessment. If you need resources for healthcare, CPS can provide you with referrals.