I Could Be Pregnant


If you have had unprotected sex (sex without using contraception) or if your contraception has failed, (for example a condom has split) then there is a real chance that you could be pregnant.

I need a test

The first sign of possibly being pregnant is a missed period. Other signs include: Feeling sick, tender breasts, tiredness, needing to pee frequently.  If you do think that you are pregnant you will need to take a pregnancy test. Please either book an appointment online or call us on 01922 270400 to arrange this.

Your pregnancy options

If you have taken a pregnancy test and it’s positive, you will need to book an appointment with your GP as soon as you can. If you don’t have one, check the NHS Choices Service Finder.

If you would like further advice regarding your pregnancy, Walsall Pregnancy Help (WPH) provides a 24 hour comprehensive service addressing all pregnancy concerns and associated issues and can be contacted on  01922 649000.

I’m under 18 and would like to talk to someone

If you have taken a pregnancy test that’s positive and you would like to talk to someone about your options, please call us on 01922 602330.

We may be able to meet with you and talk about your personal situation and offer guidance.

I need information about an abortion

You probably have many questions and concerns about abortion. One in three women will decide to have an abortion in their lifetime. So you are not alone.

Abortions in Walsall are provided by BPas. You can call Bpas whenever you need to.  Its booking and advice line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Locations:  Rushall Medical Centre, 107 Lichfield Road, Rushall, Walsall, WS4 1HB

                     Glebefields Health Centre, 1st Floor, St Mark’s Road, Tipton, DY4 0UB

Telephone: 0345 730 4030

If you are under 18, considering an abortion and would like help accessing services, call us on 01922 602330 or alternatively contact us.