You’ve missed your period and aren’t experiencing any of the signs that usually tell you your period is coming in the next day or so–no cramps or headaches. Even more alarming, you’ve had some trouble with an upset stomach when you woke up the last two days.
You’re afraid that you might be pregnant, but you don’t have the money to buy a pregnancy test, and your next paycheck is a week away. There’s no way you can ask your parents for the money—they’d ask what it’s for and you’re so upset you might just blurt out your fears. You don’t know where to turn. Where can you get a free, confidential pregnancy tests?
We are Here for You
At Pregnancy Care Clinic, we understand how you are feeling. We know the possibility of an unexpected pregnancy is scary.
We are here for you. Call and make an appointment to come in and see us. Our advocates are here to listen to you, to help you work through the situation, and provide answers to your questions. We provide a safe and caring environment where you can get the answers you need and explore your options if it turns out you are pregnant.
First, a Confidential Pregnancy Test
Once you are here, we will offer you a free, confidential pregnancy test. Our licensed medical professionals will review the test results with you and if the results are positive, offer you a free ultrasound.
An ultrasound is recommended in order to confirm the viability of your pregnancy, to make sure it’s not ectopic (a dangerous condition that can be life-threatening), and to tell you how far along your pregnancy is (gestational age).
About 25 percent of all pregnancies end in miscarriage . This includes pregnancies that you aren’t even aware of yet. Close to 80 percent of those happen in the first 13 weeks. An ultrasound can show if this is happening. If you are considering an abortion, this information could help you avoid a procedure you may not need.
If the pregnancy is viable and you are looking into abortion procedures, we can provide you with a referral for STD testing. This is important because untreated STDs can lead to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) following an abortion. PID can cause chronic pain, scar tissue and infertility.
Explore Your Options
Once you have completed the testing, you will want to explore your options—abortion, adoption and parenting. We are committed to helping you become educated and informed with clear, unbiased information that you can use to make the best possible decision for YOU.
We will be with you all along the way, offering our support, a shoulder to lean on, and a place where you can safely and carefully consider the information you are given. You have questions, let us help you find the answer that is right for you.
Make an appointment today.
 Miscarriage Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/pregnancy-miscarriage#1