Questions That May Have Crossed Your Mind
How much do you charge?
Our services, including pregnancy testing and limited ultrasounds, are free and confidential regardless of income.
Do I need an appointment?
It is best to make an appointment to be sure that someone is available to see you, but we welcome walk-ins.
Can I make an appointment JUST for an ultrasound?
Because this is a medical procedure, we need to make sure you have been seen by medical staff before having an ultrasound.
It is our policy that a pregnancy test will first be administered in one of our clinics. Upon a positive pregnancy test, a member of our medical staff will determine if you are qualified for an ultrasound.
That decision is based solely on our medical staff assessment after you have been seen in one of our clinics.
What is a limited ultrasound?
We perform limited OB ultrasounds for 3 purposes. To determine: 1. that the baby is in the uterus 2. that the baby has a heartbeat 3. the measurements of the baby. We DO NOT assess for gender or other prenatal purposes.
How long will a pregnancy test take?
You need to allow at least 45 minutes to one hour.
Can I make an appointment for today?
Please call and we will fit you in if possible. If not, we can see you within one business day.
When is your last appointment?
We take our last client one hour before close.
What do I need to bring with me?
You will need photo ID to receive services and verification of test results.
How soon after having sex can I find out if I am pregnant?
Pregnancy tests are most reliable when you are about 7 days late for your period.
Can my boyfriend or husband come with me?
You are welcome to bring any friend or family member with you.
What is Fetal Development exactly?
For more information about fetal development and the stages of pregnancy click here.
Do you give a verification of pregnancy?
Yes, we provide verification of your pregnancy test results based upon your information.
How much privacy do you guarantee?
We follow HIPAA standards and all of your information is completely confidential.
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