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Get answers to your many pregnancy questions and beyond. Contact us if you have any further questions and we are happy to help!

For accurate pregnancy test results, you will want to wait until a couple of days after your missed period. Your body needs time to build up the pregnancy hormone, hCG. If hCG is present in your urine, you’re most likely pregnant. 

If considering abortion, it's important to determine how long you’ve been pregnant. Confirming the number of weeks determines if you can have a medical or surgical abortion. An ultrasound will alert you to any possible complications such as a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy.  

Ruling out the possibility of an ectopic pregnancy is important, as taking the abortion pill will not end this type of pregnancy. An undiagnosed ectopic pregnancy can even be fatal if left untreated.

We know the thought of having an STI can be scary, but you are not alone. Many STIs go unnoticed as some people don't experience major symptoms.

To be sure of where your sexual health stands, get free and confidential STI testing and treatment with us today. Every service offering of ours is completely confidential and non-judgemental.

Yes! We are happy to support you as you navigate your pregnancy journey and beyond at completely no cost to you. We truly care for women and men facing unplanned pregnancies. You can get the support you need at our center today.

Absolutely. We encourage women to bring their partners along with them to their appointments. Our goal is for you to feel safe and comfortable when receiving services and support from us. If bringing your partner or someone else makes you feel more comfortable, go ahead and do so.

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Is Abortion or Adoption Right for Me?

Discovering a pregnancy when it wasn’t planned can send some women into a panic to find a quick solution. If that’s you, rest assured you have time to take a breath. It’s important to evaluate all your options before deciding how to move forward.  You may have already begun to look into an abortion, but

What Are The Mental Health Effects Of Abortion?

While every woman will react to her abortion differently, these are some of the common mental health effects of abortion: Everyone is different, and some women may experience other difficult emotions that can be challenging to live with.  Speaking with a professional about the mental effects abortion can have on you is important if considering

What Is a Medical Abortion?

A medical abortion, also referred to as the abortion pill, is composed of two very powerful drugs: mifepristone and misoprostol. Mifepristone causes fetal demise by causing the lining of the uterus to thin and the fetus to detach. Misoprostol causes cramping and contractions to expel the fetal tissue and complete the abortion. Before considering a