If you think that you may be pregnant, make an appointment to confirm your pregnancy.

Before making any decisions about what to do, know for sure that you are really pregnant. We offer lab certified pregnancy tests. We also offer limited ultrasounds so that you can be sure that you are not experiencing a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy and to determine how far along you are. It is important that you have accurate information so that you are prepared for your next steps. We are here to support you. 

All of our services are free and your information is kept confidential.

FAQs About Pregnancy

How do I know if I am pregnant? . . .

The following are some symptoms of pregnancy. However, knowing for sure you are actually pregnant will require a positive pregnancy test followed by an ultrasound as many of these symptoms are common to other conditions and pregnancy tests can be inaccurate.

  • Missed period
  • Change in appetite, nausea/vomiting
  • Breast tenderness
  • Fatigue
  • Frequent urination
  • Spotting

What If I took a home pregnancy test? . . .

Don’t rely on a home test only. If you’ve taken a home test, there’s a good chance that it’s reliable. However, the accuracy of home tests varies. Let us do a free test for you in our clinic. Our tests meet industry standards and are 97-99% accurate.

How far along am I? . . .

One of the ways to find out how far along you are is by doing an ultrasound. You can make an educated guess based on when your last menstrual cycle began, but only an ultrasound can confirm how far along you are and when the baby is due. This is important to know because of the potential risks associated with abortion. As the baby grows, the abortion procedures necessary to terminate the pregnancy carry a higher risk of complication.