We’ve noticed that sometimes women feel embarrassed about coming in for a free pregnancy test. At times, that is because they wish the circumstances surrounding the possible pregnancy hadn’t happened. Some women seem to feel a pressure to figure things out on their own. Other women apologize for “wasting our time” when a test is negative. Still others are unclear about their chances of getting pregnant, given their situation.
At Avenue Women’s Center, we believe you need to know. We don’t want you to live with worry. We are here for you any and every time you need to know whether you are pregnant. Contact us for a free medical grade pregnancy test right away.
More than 100,000 unintended pregnancies occur in Illinois each year, according to the Guttmacher Institute. The Institute notes that the average woman spends “three decades—more than three-quarters of her reproductive life—trying to avoid an unintended pregnancy.”* It is normal that you will have times of thinking “I’m scared I’m pregnant and I need to know!”
We opened our newest clinic so that any woman can easily receive a free pregnancy test in Elmhurst… whether you live in Elmhurst, Maywood, Brookfield, or anywhere nearby! Our pregnancy tests are highly accurate. The tests are performed in our clinic and results are provided before you leave.
It would be our privilege to provide you with a free pregnancy test in Elmhurst or any of our other DuPage County locations. Please call, chat, email, or text to learn more about our clinic hours and availability.The information provided here is general in nature. It is not a substitute for a consultation with a medical professional. Before any medical procedure, it is imperative that you discuss your personal medical history, risks, and concerns with your doctor. If you have questions during or after a procedure, your doctor should be immediately contacted. Avenue Women’s Center is not an emergency center. If you are experiencing severe symptoms, such as bleeding and/or pain, seek immediate medical attention. Contact your physician, go to an emergency room, or call 911.