Even if you've had a positive pregnancy test, you will want to have an ultrasound to confirm the details of your pregnancy. Accurate information is critical.
We offer limited obstetric ultrasounds to confirm pregnancy through referral relationship with onsite Care Clinic. Care Clinic is staffed by licensed medical professionals.
What is an ultrasound scan and what does it do?
An ultrasound scan during the first few weeks of pregnancy is used as a diagnostic tool to:
- confirm pregnancy
- determine gestation (how far along a woman is in pregnancy)
- to ensure it is an intrauterine pregnancy (not ectopic)
An ultrasound can also determine if a miscarriage has occurred by looking for and detecting a fetal heartbeat.
There are some restrictions to ultrasounds based on medical history, and you are required to meet with one of Care Clinic's registered nurses for a consultation first.
Think you might be pregnant?
Contact us to set up an ultrasound consultation. During this appointment, you’ll have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with Care Clinic’s registered nurse, ask her all the questions you might have, and talk with someone through everything you may be feeling.
Commitment to care, compassion, and confidentiality
Our services are judgement free. We want to provide you with a place to take a breath, be met with support and information, and receive resources to help you in your pregnancy decision.
All of our services are free and confidential.
*Care Pregnancy Resource Center does not perform or refer for abortions. All medical services are provided through referral relationship with onsite Care Clinic. Care Clinic is staffed by licensed medical professionals.