Think You're Pregnant?
Be Empowered: Know Your Choices
An unplanned pregnancy can feel overwhelming and very scary. Take a deep breath; We are here to help. The first step is to confirm you are pregnant and if the pregnancy is viable. This is done in our office with a laboratory grade pregnancy test and followed up with an ultrasound. Call or text to schedule an appointment today. Our services are free.
Do you think you may be experiencing early pregnancy symptoms? Have you already taken a few home pregnancy tests? Verify your home pregnancy test results with a free pregnancy test at our center to be sure.
Resources for Women offers free limited first trimester obstetrical ultrasounds* to verify pregnancy viability. Ultrasound scans are performed by a Registered Nurse (RN) trained in limited obstetrical ultrasound or a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS).
Pregnancy Options Information
Are you facing an unplanned pregnancy? Learn about your options and what to expect next. Many women and couples find it empowering to understand all their options before making a final decision. If you have a viable pregnancy you have three choices to consider.
You Are Strong
According to the Mayo Clinic, the best time to take a pregnancy test is at least one week after your missed period. This gives your body time to produce the pregnancy hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG).
Always follow up your home pregnancy test with one at our center to be sure of your results. Our team is here to offer pregnancy services and support at no cost to you.
We offer limited OB ultrasounds performed by trained medical staff. Depending on your individual situation, our center may offer limited obstetrical ultrasound at no charge to:
- Detect fetal heartbeat
- Determine fetal size and approximate due date
- Determine single or multiple pregnancies
- Determine the location of pregnancy (intrauterine v. ectopic)
- Advise immediate medical attention at an emergency room if indicated
Please note that if you are experiencing health issues such as bleeding, spotting, or cramping, you should seek immediate medical attention. These could be symptoms of spontaneous abortion or miscarriage, and you may require further medical treatment.
You have three different pregnancy options to choose from: abortion, adoption, and parenting. Remember that no one can force you into making any decision about your pregnancy. You have the final say.
Walk through the potential process of each option and be informed so you can make a confident, informed decision. The more you understand, the clearer the decision could be for you. Our compassionate team can talk through all your options with you if you’d like more support.
Absolutely. We are here for women and men who need extra care during an unplanned pregnancy. Our services and support are at no cost to you.
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3 Things Needed Before Abortion
Abortion is a serious pregnancy decision, and it will impact your future. To safeguard your health and offer you the insight you need, 3 things needed before an abortion are a pregnancy test, ultrasound, and more information about the risks of abortion and all your options. 1. Clarity of Mind While it may seem simple,
Is Abortion or Adoption Right for Me?
A pregnancy decision can be one of the most challenging choices to make in life. While the decision is ultimately yours to make, here is more information to know if abortion or adoption is right for you. Each pregnancy choice has its challenges. What is Abortion Like? Abortion is a major medical decision, and there
What Are the Signs of an Incomplete Abortion?
An incomplete abortion is a complication that no one expects going through an abortion, but it’s a real risk of the process. If you’ve already had an abortion, and have been experiencing any unknown side effects, always seek a medical provider right away. Signs of an incomplete abortion can be as subtle as a fever