I Think I Might be Pregnant

It is important to get a pregnancy test as soon as possible if you think you might be pregnant. There are a range of services in Leeds that can provide this.

Getting a pregnancy test

Free pregnancy tests are available throughout the city. The service that you can use is dependent on your age.

Under 25s

You can use the service finder to find the closest and best service for you. Any of our clinics would be able to assist you.

Pregnancy Testing is available to under 25s at 3 in 1 sites – search for "Pregnancy Testing" in the service finder to find your nearest service.

Doctors

Your GP may be able to provide a free pregnancy test, however not all practises offer this service. It is advisable to ring to check before making an appointment.




All ages

You can use the service finder to find the closest and best service for you. Any of our clinics would be able to assist you.

Doctors

Your GP may be able to provide a free pregnancy test, however not all practises offer this service. It is advisable to ring to check before making an appointment.


My pregnancy test result is positive

If your pregnancy test result is positive you need to think about your options. Do not delay making your decision but also make sure that you take enough time to make the right decision for you.

You have several options:

  • You can continue with the pregnancy and keep the baby.
  • You can continue with the pregnancy but have the baby adopted.
  • You can end the pregnancy by having an abortion. More information about this can be found here.

More information on your options and choices can be found here.


If you have had a positive pregnancy test you can:

  • Come and have a chat with a member of staff at Leeds Sexual health to discuss your options.
  • Book an appointment with a midwife via your GP.
  • If you are under 18 you can get in touch with the teenage pregnancy midwifery team on 07796614116.
  • Call the FPA helpline on 0845 122 8690. They can talk to you confidentially and free of charge about the pregnancy and your options.
  • If you are under 25 you can get advice and support from the Brook helpline on 0808 802 1234.


It is important to make sure that any advice you get is from accurate sources and unbiased services.

You can use the service finder to find the closest and best service for you.