If you are considering an abortion, it is important to know if you have an STD, even if you are not experiencing any symptoms.

Undiagnosed, untreated STDs can cause Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, an infection of the uterus, that can affect your health and future pregnancies.

During your appointment, if you are pregnant, we will offer an STD test for gonorrhea and chlamydia, the two most common STDs, at no cost to you. Treatment, if your test results are positive, is also available without charge.

Considering Abortion?

If your pregnancy test is positive, we are here to help you weigh your options.

Many women’s first instinct is abortion, however, it’s important to have answers to your questions about having an abortion before making a decision.

Before deciding to have an abortion, it’s important to consider the following questions:

  • How far along are you?
  • Is your pregnancy intrauterine; is it viable?
  • Are you at risk for a natural miscarriage?
  • Do you have a tubal pregnancy requiring immediate medical attention?
  • What are the different abortion procedures?
  • What are the differences between medical and surgical abortions?
  • Are there any short-term or long-term risks you should consider?
  • Is someone pressuring you to terminate your pregnancy?

If you don’t have solid answers to each of these questions, contact us for the information and support you need.

What is my first step if I am considering abortion?

It’s important to understand that you do not have to face this alone.

Before deciding on abortion, your first step is to confirm your pregnancy. Contact us for a free and confidential pregnancy test at our center.

If our lab-quality test also produces a positive result, we can provide you with a free ultrasound, which medically confirms your pregnancy. An ultrasound detects a heartbeat and pinpoints gestational age, as well as determining whether the pregnancy is viable.

This is all information you will need to make the best decision possible for you.

Although we do not perform or refer for abortions, we do offer a safe, confidential environment for you to ask questions about your pregnancy, receive objective and current information, and talk about your concerns.

Our desire is to provide you with ALL the information you need to help you make a thoughtful, informed decision about your body.

Learn more about: Abortion | Adoption | Parenting

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