Step 1: Verify Your Pregnancy

If you are experiencing pregnancy symptoms and think that you might be pregnant or just had a positive home pregnancy test, taking a medical grade pregnancy test is an important first step in learning if you are actually pregnant.

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Step 2: Confirm Your Pregnancy

If your lab-quality pregnancy test is positive, you will be offered an ultrasound that will answer three important questions:

1.) How many weeks pregnant you are (the gestational age of the pregnancy).

2.) If the pregnancy is in the uterus. (A pregnancy outside the uterus is known as ectopic pregnancy and is a medical emergency).

3.) If there are any indicators of a failed pregnancy (miscarriage).

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Step 3: Options Counseling

If you are pregnant you have three options: abortion, parenting, or adoption. Although you may already be leaning toward one particular choice, receiving information on all of your options will empower you to make an informed decision.

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Additional Services: STD Information

In addition to our lab-quality pregnancy testing, limited obstetrical ultrasounds, and options counseling, we also offer STD/STI information and referrals. If you are sexually active, it’s important that you get tested for STDs, as they can cause health complications if left untreated.

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What To Expect

During your one hour appointment, you will meet with both a registered nurse and an advocate who will provide you with the services you need to confirm whether or not you are pregnant in a timely and professional manner. Your appointment is both free and completely confidential.