Are you Really Pregnant?

Girl looking at pregnancy test
There are some common signs of pregnancy, but they aren’t always accurate: Missed Period, Slight Bleeding, Swollen / Tender Breasts, Fatigue / Tiredness, Nausea / Morning Sickness, Feeling bloated, Backaches, Headaches, Frequent, Urination, Food Cravings or Food Aversions, Slightly higher body temperature.

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St Catherine provides medical-quality pregnancy tests. During pregnancy, a woman's body produces a hormone called hCG, found in urine and blood. Our tests can detect the hCG pregnancy hormone as early as 7 days after conception, or 21 to 24 days after the first day of your last period, and are 99% accurate.
We provide limited ultrasound exams to determine how far along you are and whether or not your pregnancy is developing normally.

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Pregnancy Services

Doctor performing ultrasound

We provide individualized personal care for you and your baby. Thirty weeks allows ample time to get insurance, enroll in WIC, and choose the right delivering provider.

We will see you every four weeks to monitor the growth and development of your baby as well as making sure that you stay healthy. Checkups include urinalysis, baby growth checks, fetal doppler, and basic mom wellness.
Call us to schedule a free consultation.
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