By Elizabeth Sheer, Cheapism.com
When women think they may be pregnant, they often feel the need to take several at-home pregnancy tests "just to be sure." Because pregnancy tests can be expensive, a few months of self-diagnosis quickly add up to a small fortune. Instead, use these resources to cash in on cheap ways to test for a pregnancy.
Planned Parenthood. Most Planned Parenthood centers offer free, walk-in pregnancy tests. If you don't have health insurance, bring identification or a pay stub to determine your eligibility for government-funded programs that enable many Planned Parenthood locations to offer pregnancy testing. Planned Parenthood often administers a urine rather than a blood test.
Clinics. Most communities have women's health and/or clinics for anyone that perform free pregnancy testing for walk-in patients. Check online to find one near your home.
Doctor's Office. If you suspectRead More »from How to Get a Cheap or Free Pregnancy Test (and Not Worry It's Wrong)