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Did you get a positive home pregnancy test? According to the Mayo Clinic, the best time to take a pregnancy test is at least one week after a missed period to receive the most accurate results. Next, get medical-grade pregnancy testing at our center to be sure. We can help you with your next steps.
Are you considering abortion for your unplanned pregnancy? You deserve to know all the risks that come with each type of abortion procedure before making your final decision.
Are Your Services Free?
Yes! We are happy to come alongside you in your pregnancy journey and beyond to offer free and confidential support to all of our clients. There is already much financial strain during this time, so we hope to alleviate a bit of pressure with our free services.
When Should I Take a Pregnancy Test?
According to the Mayo Clinic, the best time to take a pregnancy test is at least one week after your missed period. Your body needs time to produce a detectable amount of HCG, the pregnancy hormone. The earlier after a missed period that you take a home pregnancy test, the harder it is for the test to detect HCG.
To be sure of your pregnancy test results, receive a medical-grade pregnancy test at our center today. Get answers today.
Why Do I Need an Ultrasound?
Don’t skip this vital step in the pregnancy confirmation process. Though a pregnancy test is important, it can’t tell you all there is to know about your pregnancy. An ultrasound confirms three important details of your pregnancy, including:
- Viability (If your pregnancy is healthy and growing)
- The location of your pregnancy (whether it’s growing within the uterus or not)
- How far along you are (gestational age)
As abortion may be something you’re considering, an ultrasound is essential to date your pregnancy, as medical abortions are only recommended by the FDA for pregnancy through 70 days gestation (70 days or less since the first day of a woman’s last menstrual period).
Schedule a free ultrasound with us today to get answers about your pregnancy.
What Are the Risks of Abortion?
With abortion comes many risks, whether it’s a surgical or medical abortion procedure. Medical abortion is done typically in the first trimester and risks include incomplete abortion, infection, heavy bleeding, digestive discomfort, and more.
Surgical abortion risks include damage to the cervix, uterine perforation, excessive bleeding, infection, scarring of the uterus, incomplete abortion, and more.
It’s essential to understand these risks before proceeding with any type of abortion procedure.