When Should I Take A Pregnancy Test?
Best practice is to take a pregnancy test after missing your period. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t test earlier and receive accurate answers. The risk of testing too early can be a false negative result. Here we can ensure you get the most accurate results to move forward confidently.
Why Do I Need An Ultrasound?
Ultrasound imaging can provide information on your options while helping protect your health and wellness. This imaging can ensure you’re not experiencing a potentially life-threatening complication and inform you what choices are readily available to you.
Do I Need Insurance For Pregnancy Testing and Ultrasound?
Insurance will not be required for our appointments, pregnancy testing, or ultrasound. These services are entirely complimentary and scheduled at your convenience.
Could I Have An STD?
Anyone that participates in sexual activity is at risk of contracting an STD. Often, these infections can be silent, producing little to no symptoms. However, they can still damage your health. If you are at risk of having an STD, we welcome you to get the testing you need and the peace of mind you deserve.
Is STI/STD Testing Free?
Due to the lab fees, there is a small cost associated with this service. We will ensure you are aware of this before testing to prevent any surprises about charges or the the amount expected.
We do not accept medical insurance for STI/STD testing and any necessary prescriptions will be sent to the client’s pharmacy of choice. Our fees include:
- Gonorrhea & Chlamydia $20
- HIV $12
- Syphilis $7
- Hepatitis C $7
- Herpes 1,2 Blood Draw IGG (chronic) $32
Can I Bring Someone With Me?
Yes, we encourage you to bring any visitor that makes you feel more comfortable. If you do not have someone you wish to bring, we ensure you will feel surrounded with supported by our compassionate team. We’re here for you!
What If I’m Unsure?
We understand if you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and unsure what to do next. There is no rush to decide, and we can help you find the information you need to make an informed decision that’s right for you.