Think you might be pregnant?
You can get pregnancy tests free of charge from your GP or community sexual health clinic, which are sometimes known as contraception, family planning or GUM (genito-urinary medicine) clinics. Pregnancy tests are also available at NHS walk-in centres. Many pharmacists and most pregnancy advisory services also offer tests, usually for a small fee.
Your test is positive. What now? Find out more about your choices and what to expect on the pages on the left. If you're pregnant and want to continue with the pregnancy, contact your GP or a midwife to start your antenatal care.
Your test is negative. If you get a negative result and still think that you're pregnant, wait a week and try again, or see a GP.