If you think you might be pregnant, the first step is to take a pregnancy test to find out for sure. For most women, one of the earliest signs of pregnancy is a missed period.
Another sign is a positive home pregnancy test. Most tests can start to detect pregnancies as early as one day after a missed period. If you took a test, the result was negative and you still have not started your period, wait a few days and test again. Pregnancy tests are most accurate one week after a missed period.
If your test is positive, it is important to call your health care provider or visit a family planning program to confirm the pregnancy and begin prenatal care to ensure a healthy mom and baby.
If you think you are pregnant:
- Call 303-436-4949 to make an appointment at one of our conveniently located Denver Health clinics for a pregnancy test.
- If you’re pregnant, we’ll schedule your first prenatal, or OB intake, appointment at a Denver Health clinic near you. You’ll see one of our skilled and compassionate health care providers.
- If you are not pregnant and do not want to be pregnant, our caring providers will talk with you about your options for preventing pregnancy.
- Need financial assistance? Denver Health will also help you set up a meeting with Denver Health Enrollment Services.
If you know you are pregnant:
- Call the Appointment Center, 303-436-4949, to schedule your first prenatal appointment. You do not need a pregnancy test to schedule a prenatal appointment.
- If you do not have health insurance and you need financial assistance, please call the Denver Health Enrollment Services Information Line at 303-602-2300 before scheduling your first appointment.