What Are My Pregnancy Options?
We want to equip you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about your next steps. A positive pregnancy test, whether planned or unplanned can be overwhelming. It can often be a stressful time filled with questions about what to do next.
Here are some next steps…
1. Take Your Time.
As soon as you are ready to talk, we are here for you with multiple services to help you start planning your next steps. The most important thing to do is to take care of yourself and know that you are not alone.Learn More
2. Verify Your Pregnancy
Before even thinking about your future plans, you need an accurate lab-quality pregnancy test to inform you if you are actually pregnant. Call to schedule your free pregnancy test.Learn More
3. Confirm Your Pregnancy
After getting a positive pregnancy test, it may be required that you get a pregnancy ultrasound to show if your pregnancy is viable and would naturally make it to it’s full term.Learn More
4. Setup Your Options Consultation
At this point, you will have the information about your pregnancy to start considering your options. We can help you weigh your possibilities and make your choice.Contact Us 904-295-1491
You Have A Choice!
If you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy or are feeling uncertain about your current positive pregnancy test, know that you have a choice. We can discuss the 3 primary choices you have.
Giving birth and placing your child with another family is a viable option for many women and today there are many forms of adoption. Get answers to questions regarding the adoption process.
Find out all the facts regarding abortion including the costs, risks, and types of abortion.
Is parenting right for you? Talk to our trained advocates and be informed of all the resources available to assist you.
Our staff is here to walk beside you and provide you with accurate information in a non-judgmental setting where you can make your best choice. Call today to get answers now. All of our services are free. Unlike Planned Parenthood, we do not charge for any services, there are no age restrictions and no insurance is required.
Make An Informed Choice
The best thing you can do for your health is to get answers to the following important questions:
- Am I really pregnant?
- Is my pregnancy viable?
- Do I have an ectopic pregnancy? What is that?
- What if I am unsure about what to do?
- What abortion procedure could I have?
Being fully informed before any medical or surgical procedure is critical for your health and well-being. We know it’s a big decision and we want to support you.
Symptoms of Pregnancy
If you are unsure you are pregnant come in today to the center nearest you for a free pregnancy test. there are no age restrictions and no insurance is required.
Not sure if you should come in? Are you experiencing any of these signs of pregnancy?
If a week or more has passed without the start of an expected menstrual cycle, consider getting a pregnancy test. Irregular menstrual cycles can be confusing and testing early can help.
Swollen or tender breasts
If you are pregnant, hormonal changes early in your pregnancy can make your breasts sensitive and sore. The discomfort will likely decrease after a few weeks as your body adjusts to hormonal changes but sore or tender breasts can be an early sign of pregnancy.
Nausea, stomach pain and/or vomiting
Often called morning sickness, nausea can happen at any time. Normally it can start as early as one to two months after you become pregnant. Pregnancy hormones can play a role in nausea but not all women experience this symptom.
Feeling tired or needing naps
Changes in progesterone may play role in fatigue and feelings of tiredness early in a pregnancy. If you suddenly feel the need for a nap or feel sluggish throughout the day for no reason, this may be an early sign of pregnancy.
Mood swings are very common and often the result of dramatic changes in hormone levels throughout the body.
Bloating is also very common and related to hormone levels that are rapidly changing.
Pregnancy can cause your digestive tract to slow down and thus lead to constipation.
Most all of these symptoms of pregnancy aren’t unique to pregnancy. You may be sick, about to get your period, or have a reaction to food or the environment. If, however, you think you could be pregnant, contact us at any time to discuss your symptoms and your options.