No Cost Limited Obstetric Ultrasounds

Once you’ve taken your own test and those two lines appear, you should be heading in to receive an obstetric ultrasound, This is how we confirm you are indeed pregnant. If this is you, contact us today to get a pregnancy test and/or ultrasound* done FREE of charge.

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What is an ultrasound?

Ultrasounds are conducted with a machine that measures high-frequency sound waves. When receiving an ultrasound there is a gel-like substance that is placed on your stomach and an instrument known as a transducer rubs over the gel. The echoes of sound waves received back electronically translate into black and white dots that reveal an image of the uterus.

In most cases, the best way to accurately detect a true pregnancy is by receiving an ultrasound. This is imperative to the next steps, the decision making process of what you will choose to do. Even if an abortion is on the table, one can not do so without first having an ultrsound performed.

Why do I need an ultrasound?

An ultrasound procedure will give you the important information you need about your body, health, and pregnancy. Here’s what you’ll learn:

  1. They confirm your pregnancy – Nearly 20% of pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage. Ultrasounds detect heartbeats and heartbeats confirm life.
  2. They show the estimated time of how far along you are – This is important, especially if you are considering the option of having an abortion.
  3. They determine where your fetus is located. Not all pregnancies happen in the uterus and being elsewhere, for example, in the fallopian tube, can present a danger to both the mother and fetus, as this is now considered an ectopic pregnancy. Immediate medical treatment is needed in a case as such, making this another great reason to receive an ultrasound once you have a positive read on a pregnancy test.

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*Ultrasound provided after a positive in-clinic pregnancy test.