Think you might be pregnant? Just found out you’re pregnant and don’t know what to do?
We can help with pregnancy tests, and advice about your choices. Our services are confidential and professional.
If you think you might be pregnant, please call Reception on 01582 497070 to book a telephone appointment to discuss your testing needs.
Most urine sample pregnancy tests can be carried out from the day your period was expected to start, or even sooner with some testing kits.
Free pregnancy testing is available from NHS walk-in centres and your GP.
You can also buy pregnancy testing kits from pharmacies and supermarkets.
If your pregnancy test is positive, you have options. You could choose to continue with the pregnancy and either keep the baby or have the baby adopted or end the pregnancy by having an abortion.
If you are unsure what to do, support is available. You can talk to one of our specialist staff at Luton Sexual Health; we provide non-judgemental support and can help you explore which option feels right for you. Call Reception on 01582 497070 to book a telephone appointment.
Continue with pregnancy
If you’re pregnant and want to continue with the pregnancy, you should see your doctor as soon as possible to book in with the midwife and to talk about looking after your health during your pregnancy.
If you do not want to have a termination, but you also don’t want to bring up the baby yourself, adoption might be an option for you.
Termination of pregnancy (also known as abortion)
Alternatively you can make an appointment with either your GP or Luton Sexual Health who will be able to facilitate an appointment for you to attend this service.
If you are living with HIV, please see our HIV and pregnancy page