Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I’m pregnant?
The only way to know for sure is with a pregnancy test and an ultrasound to confirm. However, if you have had unprotected sex or have reason to believe you may be pregnant, there are common symptoms you can look for.
- Missed period
- Breast change
- Mood Swings
- Nausea or vomiting
How much will my appointment cost?
We do not charge for any of our services, so your appointment will be completely free of cost.
Can I bring someone with me?
We want you to feel as comfortable as possible, so you are welcome to bring someone with you. Many women bring a partner, friend, or family member with them.
Can I be pregnant and have an STD?
Yes, it is possible to be pregnant and have an STD. This can be dangerous to you and your pregnancy and should be detected and treated as soon as possible.
Do you provide free pregnancy tests?
Yes, we offer lab-quality pregnancy testing administered by medical professionals.
Will my insurance company know about my appointment?
No one will know about your appointment unless you inform them. We do not charge for any of our services, so you do not need to provide any insurance information.
What if I don’t know my next steps?
It is okay to not know what your next steps will be. We are here to help. Our staff is here to guide you through your journey and answer any questions you may have.
I’m pregnant, what are my options?
We believe in educating women about all of their options. This means providing information about parenting, adoption, and abortion. Our staff is here to offer you current and accurate information about all your options so you can make an educated decision.
What are the signs of an STD?
While there are some symptoms that are commonly experienced with STDs, it is important to remember that STDs are often silent and show no symptoms. That is why is it so important to get tested if you are sexually active.
Some common symptoms include:
- Fever and chills
- Pain during urination
- Itching or swelling near or on the genitals
- Pain during sex
- Unusual discharge from the genitals