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You can take a pregnancy test anytime you believe you might be pregnant. However, for the most accurate results, it’s usually recommended you wait until you miss your first period. This provides the time needed for the pregnancy hormone to build up and be detected. If you suspect you are pregnant, we welcome you to take one of our free and reliable pregnancy tests, and we can discuss if a retest is needed at a later date.
Ultrasounds help provide you information on all your options by providing more information about the pregnancy. This imaging also helps protect your health and safety by ensuring a possible life-threatening pregnancy complication isn’t present.
All appointments and services are no cost, and scheduling is flexible. Caring for you is our top priority, and we want you to focus on your wellness and making a decision you can feel comfortable and confident in. That’s why there is no charge, and insurance is not needed.
Proof of insurance will not be required, and you have no copay or cost.
Yes! We encourage you to bring someone who can help you feel supported. If you do not have someone you wish to bring, that’s okay too! Our caring staff will be all the support you need!
Many people who carry a sexually transmitted disease do not know it because they never have symptoms or mistake the signs and symptoms for another condition. If you are at risk, you should receive testing to ensure you are safeguarding your health and wellness.
There is no need to prepare for your appointment. We welcome you to write down any questions you may have for our medical professional and any concerns you wish to gain clarity on.
If you are considering the abortion pill as an option for the outcome of your pregnancy, you need to know the following: -The abortion pill is only FDA-approved for pregnancies under 10 weeks. -The abortion pill has side effects and risks you should be aware of. -Women typically experience the abortion pill procedure at home, so they will need to monitor themselves for signs and symptoms of complications and know when to seek emergency medical assistance.