What is FASD?
Learn more about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Regardless of how you may feel about the possibility of being pregnant, the first step is helping you determine what the chances are of you being pregnant and then what you need to do.
If you have reason to believe you may be pregnant the Am I Pregnant? quiz may provide some information. It cannot tell you whether you are actually pregnant (only a urine or blood pregnancy test will do that) but it will help you better understand the signs and symptoms you are experiencing and your chances of being pregnant. The answers provided to you through the responses you give, will guide you in what you need to do.
To learn more about signs and symptoms of pregnancy, emergency contraception (Morning After Pill, also known as Plan B) and home pregnancy tests, click here.
In Newfoundland and Labrador, home pregnancy tests can be purchased at drug stores and some supermarket and department stores. They are also available for $1.25 at Dollarama, and for $10.00 at Planned Parenthood Newfoundland and Labrador: NL Sexual Health Centre. The Sexual Health Centre (located in St. John’s) can also perform a pregnancy test while you wait, as well as provide you with counseling on pregnancy options.
More information about Planned Parenthood is available here: NL Sexual Health Centre.
Some frequently asked questions about alcohol and pregnancy.