Pregnancy signs

Your first step is to find out if you are actually pregnant. A missed period is the most common indication, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re pregnant.

 

Pregnancy tests are an indicator of pregnancy, not a confirmation.

 

Pregnancy tests can provide invalid results, and false positives can still happen. Hormonal changes, stress, diet, and exercise all influence your cycle and reproductive health. Home tests can produce incorrect results for other reasons as well. 

Confirm your pregnancy with an ultrasound

If your pregnancy test is positive, it is important to see if your pregnancy is occurring within your uterus, if there is a heartbeat, and then determine how far along you are through a limited obstetric ultrasound. 

Our medical professionals will determine if you qualify for a limited ultrasound that will give you all this essential information at no charge to you.

Your ultrasound will be reviewed by our Medical Director, for results confirmation. Following the ultrasound, we encourage you to establish treatment with an ongoing care provider.

What to expect

We understand the issues facing an unexpected pregnancy and are committed to providing you with a warm, safe, and discreet place where you can process your choices. 

A pregnancy decision can be one of the most important decisions of your life, and you deserve to be surrounded with care and support. 

We provide emotional support and factual answers to any questions you may have about pregnancy, abortion, and adoption.

We look forward to serving you.

Know Before You Decide

Pregnancy testing, limited obstetric ultrasounds, options consultations, and more - all free of charge.