Think you’re pregnant? Know for sure.
The first step is to make an appointment for free pregnancy testing to confirm your pregnancy. All our services are free and confidential and we provide an understanding, friendly, caring atmosphere with no pressure or judgement. A Client Advocate will listen to your feelings and concerns and the Registered Nurse and a Physician can answer your medical questions about pregnancy and abortion alternatives..Whatever your choice, don’t go through it alone.
What to Expect If You're PregnantEven early in your pregnancy, you may notice that you’re more tired than usual, experience nausea (upset stomach), breast tenderness, weight gain/loss or changes in your appetite. These symptoms are normal in early pregnancy.
Free Pregnancy Testing and Options Consultation
If you think you might be pregnant, make an appointment today for a free pregnancy test and options consultation. If your pregnancy test is positive, here are three choices to consider:
If you’re considering an abortion, it’s important to understand the facts about abortion. It’s your right to be fully informed about the different types of abortion procedures and to know the possible side effects and potential complications. A caring, client advocate is available to talk about all your options.
All our services are free and confidential. We do not provide or refer for abortions. We do not profit from any of your sexual health or pregnancy decisions.
Conception & Fetal DevelopmentFrom the moment of conception, twenty-three chromosomes from each parent join to form every detail of human development, including gender, hair, eye color, height, skin tone, personality, emotional make-up and other inherited characteristics.
Week 3: The heart begins to beat.
Week 10: The fetus can bend, stretch, make fists, open hands, lift its head, squint, swallow and wrinkle its forehead.
Week 12: The fetus now breathes amniotic fluid, sleeps, awakens, exercises, turns its head, curls its toes and opens and closes its mouth. All of this can happen well before the mother can even feel her baby.
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