We offer free pregnancy tests. If you receive a positive pregnancy test, we recommend your first step to be an ultrasound. A limited obstetrical ultrasound can tell you a variety of things about your pregnancy. This diagnostic tool provides answers for many of your questions and could identify whether you have a viable pregnancy – or if you might miscarry. One in four pregnancies ends in natural miscarriage; determining the viability of the pregnancy is an important first step in decision making.
Through ultrasounds we can:
Inspect gestational sac (To rule out tubal pregnancy which would require immediate care)
Determine gestational age
Identify cardiac activity
Even if you are thinking about having an abortion, you will need an ultrasound to determine how far along you are. Confirming whether you are actually pregnant and identifying gestational age is imperative to determining what type of abortion procedure might be available.
Once your pregnancy is confirmed through an ultrasound, we can help you with your next steps! You are not alone. Our staff can provide you with information on all your options and talk with you confidentially about your questions and concerns.
Note: We do not provide OB/GYN or prenatal care, birth control prescriptions or devices, fertility testing, abortion services, referrals for abortion, or STI/STD testing. We do not profit from any of your sexual health or pregnancy decisions.
Symptoms of Pregnancy
Sometimes it can be difficult to tell if you're pregnant. Maybe you feel "off," you missed a period, or maybe it's just a feeling you have. Regardless as to why you're questioning whether or not you're pregnant, it's important to know the signs and symptoms.
A MISSED PERIOD OR LIGHT SPOTTING
AN INCREASE IN URINATION
BLOATING OR CRAMPING
TENDER OR SWOLLEN BREASTS
FATIGUE OR MOODINESS
NAUSEA (WITH OR WITHOUT VOMITING)
What Does My Baby Look Like?
Want to know what your baby looks like as it grows inside you? Take a peek inside the womb to see how a fetus develops from month to month.