UHS offers pregnancy testing and options counseling. These services are free to currently enrolled U-M students and UHS Prepaid Plan members.
On this page:
- What are the signs of pregnancy?
- How do pregnancy tests work?
- Testing at UHS
- What about home test kits?
- Where can I get help?
- UHS resources
Do not rely only on the presence of these signs to determine if you are pregnant, because other things may cause these signs, or you may not have signs.
A pregnancy test is a more reliable way to determine pregnancy in early stages so that medical advice may be sought as soon as possible.
To test at UHS, first call 734-764-8320, choose option 2, and ask for Nurse Advice. A nurse will return your call and advise you of next steps.
For currently enrolled U-M students (Ann Arbor campus) and UHS Prepaid Plan members, there is no fee for clinic visits, pregnancy tests, or options counseling at UHS
Advantages of testing at home are that it's convenience and private.
Disadvantages of testing at home are:
- Costs, especially if you test repeatedly
- Chance of error due to using a contaminated urine sample, reading the result earlier or later than specified and not using a big enough sample
At UHS, you can:
- Call for Nurse Advice
- Contact the Women's Health Clinic:
- Call for advice at 734-763-9184 or
- Schedule an Appointment
Counseling and Psychological Services (734-764-8312, 3100 Michigan Union) offers free, confidential options counseling.
If you're concerned about pregnancy, you may want to sort out your feelings and clarify your options. Please remember, if you are pregnant, you have choices. You may choose parenthood, adoption or termination. We will help in any way we can, no matter what your choice, so be certain you take the time you need to make your decision, and do let us know how we can help.
- Women's Health Clinic 734-763-9184
- Wolverine Wellness provides printed materials about contraception and sexual health plus free condoms and other safer sex products.
- Emergency Contraception
- HIV Antibody Testing
- STI Assessment for sexually transmitted infection / diseases
- UHS Online Contraception Program
- Resources for Sexual Health