With school comes many classes, sports, clubs, friendships, and more. An unexpected pregnancy can be difficult to navigate. No matter what you are feeling right now, you are not alone. Making a pregnancy decision in high school can have its ups and downs, but we are here to help you make an informed decision for your future.

1. Confirm Your Pregnancy

Follow up your positive pregnancy test with a lab-quality pregnancy test to ensure your results.  Pregnancy tests are most accurate when taken either after a missed period or ten days after possible conception.

After pregnancy is confirmed, we will assist you in scheduling an ultrasound to determine individualized details about your pregnancy, such as:

  1. Your pregnancy’s viability (if there’s a heartbeat & is progressing)
  2. Your pregnancy’s location (if pregnancy is located within the uterus)
  3. Your pregnancy’s gestational age (how far along you are)

Confirming these important pregnancy details will confirm what pregnancy options you’re eligible for and alert you to any potential pregnancy concerns, such as ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage.

Consider Your Options

It can be difficult to make a pregnancy decision, especially if your partner or parent is pressuring you into making a decision that you’re not sure about.

Find clarity about all of your pregnancy options in a safe and nonjudgmental space at LaVie Pregnancy Care Center today. We can inform you about each option, answer your questions, and address your concerns.

Find Your Support System

Lift some of the burdens you’re carrying by finding support around you. As you weigh your pregnancy options, talk to friends and family that you trust. Reach out to them and share what you are going through and your fears.

Some women feel like they don’t have the support system they need right now. If you feel this way, please know that our caring team members at LaVie Pregnancy Care Center are here to walk alongside you. You are stronger than you know.

Schedule a free and confidential appointment to learn more about navigating an unexpected pregnancy in high school. We’re here for you.