Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Know I’m Pregnant?

You may be in shock at the possibility of an unexpected pregnancy. Here are some common pregnancy symptoms that could point to pregnancy, according to the Mayo Clinic:

  • A missed period
  • Nausea with or without vomiting
  • Increased urination
  • Tender, swollen breasts
  • Fatigue

Though every woman’s pregnancy symptoms may vary, a missed period is sometimes the only symptom women experience. To be sure of your pregnancy, begin with no-cost pregnancy testing at our center today.

Are Your Services Free?

Yes, we are happy to offer all of our pregnancy services and support at no cost to you! We are here for you in your pregnancy journey, and know that finances play a big role in your decision. We hope to take off just a bit of pressure.

Do I Need An Ultrasound?

We recommend getting an ultrasound to protect your health and safety. During pregnancy, an ultrasound alerts if the pregnancy is located where it should be and is not ectopic (outside the uterus). Ultrasound imaging is necessary because immediate medical intervention is needed to protect the woman’s health if an ectopic pregnancy occurs.  

An ultrasound can also alert women to a potential miscarriage. According to the Mayo Clinic, “About 10 to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. But the actual number is likely higher because many miscarriages occur very early in pregnancy — before you might even know about a pregnancy.”

What Are the Signs of an STD?

The earlier you can catch signs of an STD, the better. According to the CDC, STD symptoms vary when they appear, and sometimes you have no symptoms until it’s too late. For example, Chlamydia may appear multiple weeks after you’re infected, and Gonorrhea between 1-14 days after infection. Here are some of the most common early signs of an STD:

  • Burning sensation when urinating 
  • Unusual discharge
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Pain during sex
  • Bumps on genitals
  • Pelvic pain

If you test positive for an STD, setting up a treatment plan immediately with a medical professional is vital. You owe it to yourself to get the clarity you need, as your health is number one.

Need Help After An Abortion?

After an abortion, you’ll likely experience different emotions that can feel overwhelming. These feelings are normal. Receive help in your time of need and talk with a professional. It’s important to receive counsel and resources to get through this.

Reach out to our compassionate team today for help with this courageous step. You don’t have to go through this alone. We believe in you.