Frequently Asked Questions

When should I get an ultrasound?

The best time to have an ultrasound is immediately following a positive pregnancy test. Since about 20% of known pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage, an ultrasound will confirm your pregnancy and give you vital information.

For instance, you will know the date of conception. In other words, how far along you are. You will learn if your pregnancy is viable. This means a heartbeat is detected. Finally, you will find out if it is located in your uterus. A pregnancy located outside of your uterus is a serious medical issue that must be reviewed by a physician immediately. All of this information is needed in order to make a decision about your unplanned pregnancy. Schedule your free limited ultrasound with us today.

How do I know if I am pregnant?

The easiest way to determine if you are pregnant is to take a free pregnancy test. Just because your period is late doesn’t always mean you are pregnant. Stress, hormonal changes, weight gain or loss are all possible reasons for a change in your menstrual cycle. We recommend you wait until the week after your period should have started.

Here are some other symptoms of pregnancy:

  • nausea
  • fatigue
  • swollen breasts
  • frequent urination
  • certain food aversions or cravings
  • cramping or spotting

We offer free pregnancy testing. Contact us today.

What are the signs of an std?

A number of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have no physical symptoms, at first. If left untreated however, there can be serious consequences. The only way to be sure you haven’t contracted an STD, is to be checked regularly. Even if you have been tested before, it is still possible to get infected again. We will be happy to give you recommendations for free or low-cost STD testing. Contact us today.

Signs and symptoms that might indicate an STD:

  • Sores or bumps on genital areas, oral areas or around the anus
  • Painful urination
  • Discharge from penis
  • Unusual vaginal discharge or bleeding
  • Pain during sexual activity
  • Sore, swollen lymph nodes – especially in the groin
  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Fever
  • Rash on trunk, hands or feet