Free Pregnancy Ultrasound

Do you have pregnancy symptoms such as nausea, cravings, fatigue, and/or a missed period? If so, taking an at-home pregnancy test is a wise idea.

However, you need more than just an at-home test to make informed medical decisions. An ultrasound is crucial in order to find out more about your pregnancy and what to expect in the months ahead.

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How Does a Pregnancy Ultrasound Work?

Ultrasound technology allows healthcare professionals to monitor the progress of pregnancy, identify any potential issues, and ensure the health and development of both the pregnant person and the baby. An ultrasound machine emits sound waves and captures the resulting echoes; ultrasound machines create real-time images of the baby and internal structures. This safe and painless procedure provides essential information about the baby’s growth, position, and overall development. With the detailed insights provided by ultrasounds, healthcare providers can ensure the health and well-being of both the pregnant woman and the baby.[1]

Why Do I Need an Ultrasound?

An ultrasound will enable a medical care provider to determine the age of the fetus and help calculate your due date. This is important even if you are planning on having an abortion because the age of the fetus will determine if you need a surgical abortion or are able to have a medical one.

An ultrasound can also help show some early abnormalities with the pregnancy. As many as 26% of pregnancies end in miscarriage for one or more reasons. Knowing if your pregnancy is viable can save you a lot of time, hassle, and heartache as you make medical decisions.[2]

An ultrasound also shows if there is a need for urgent medical treatment. About one out of every fifty pregnancies in the United States is ectopic, which means the fetus is growing outside the uterus. Sadly, ectopic pregnancies are the primary cause of pregnancy-related fatalities during the first trimester.[3] Because an at-home pregnancy test won’t reveal this condition, having an ultrasound, as early as possible, is the best way to rule out an ectopic pregnancy.

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Our Pregnancy Ultrasound Process


Unlike a medical center or hospital, we at Pregnancy Care Clinic offer a free ultrasound to all newly pregnant women. When you arrive for your appointment, we will ask you to provide some personal information as well as information regarding your pregnancy. We will need a pregnancy verification before we can perform an ultrasound scan. If you don’t have one yet, we can provide one at no cost. This information is confidential and won’t be shared with anyone, even your health insurance provider. Next, a licensed medical care provider will conduct the ultrasound exam. You will be able to see the fetus on the screen during the exam and the examiner will answer any questions you may have throughout the process.

Once the ultrasound is finished, we will send the results to our doctor who will review the ultrasound scan. When the doctor completes the review, we (PCC) will call to discuss the results, calculate your due date, and answer any questions you may have. We also provide personalized consultations to discuss your options if you wish to receive help and assistance. If the ultrasound shows that you need urgent medical treatment, we will provide a referral to a doctor who can provide you with the care and treatment you need.

Schedule an Appointment Today!

If you suspect you may be pregnant or have just found out you’re pregnant, call us to schedule a visit at your convenience. We offer the medical care, emotional support, and practical advice you need to learn about your options and make the decisions that are in your best interests.


[1] Ultrasound In Pregnancy: What To Expect, Purpose & Results. (n.d.). Cleveland Clinic.

[2] Dugas, C. (2022, June 27). Miscarriage. StatPearls – NCBI Bookshelf.

[3] Ectopic pregnancy. (n.d.). March of Dimes.