How Do I Know if I Am Pregnant
Early signs of pregnancy can include a missed period, tender breasts, frequent urination, and nausea. However, other illnesses can sometimes have similar symptoms, so taking a pregnancy test and receiving an ultrasound to confirm a pregnancy is important.
When Should I Take a Pregnancy Test?
According to the Cleveland Clinic, taking a home pregnancy test is most accurate after you have missed your expected period. However, it’s possible to detect a pregnancy before this time. Please feel free to make an appointment with us and receive a free, medical-grade pregnancy test.
What Are My Options?
Once pregnancy is confirmed, your options include abortion, adoption, or parenting. We want you to know that whatever you choose, we are here to support and care for you and help you find the resources to help you confidently move forward.
Do I Need an Ultrasound?
Ultrasound is used in combination with a pregnancy test to confirm a pregnancy. Ultrasound also allows us to safeguard your health by ensuring no pregnancy complications can be seen during this imaging service.
What Do I Need for an Appointment
You only need to bring a photo ID and any concerns you want to discuss during your appointment.
Is My Appointment Free?
Yes, all appointments are free of charge. Insurance is also not needed.
Will My Appointment Remain Confidential?
Your privacy is of utmost importance to us, so all appointments will always remain confidential.
What Should I Expect During an Appointment?
You will be welcomed into our clinic with support and care. Then, you will be provided with any service you may need that you are comfortable with.
Are There Any Free Educational Resources for Me?
Yes, we have a variety of educational resources you can take advantage of for free. In addition to receiving counseling on all your options, we offer parenting, childbirth, natural family planning, and fatherhood classes. Our staff also provides mentoring services and job search skills that can assist you in finding employment opportunities.