Frequently Asked Questions

Below, we’ve included some of the questions we get asked most by the clients we see. While this list includes most of the most common questions, it is by no means exhaustive, and we will be happy to answer any and all questions you may have.

There are several signs that you may be pregnant, the most common being a missed period. Additional common symptoms of pregnancy include nausea, spotting, fatigue, frequent urination, cramping and tender breasts. If you suspect you may be pregnant, Pregnancy Support Center can provide you with a free, lab-quality pregnancy test so you can get the answer you need.

All appointments at Pregnancy Support Center are completely free. It is our priority that all services we provide remain that way for as long as we are open.

Upon receiving a positive result on your pregnancy test, the recommended next step is to have an ultrasound performed. Through the ultrasound, you can obtain several important pieces of information, including gestational age and an update on the health of the fetus. If you recently found out your are pregnant, and would like to have an ultrasound performed, please contact us today to schedule an appointment.

In short: no. We recognize that your privacy is of utmost importance, and we take that very seriously. Therefore, all records of your appointment will remain confidential, with the only exceptions being safety concerns or a suspicion of abuse.

Yes. If you would feel more comfortable bringing a friend or family member with you to your appointment, we encourage you to do so.

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