An ultrasound is an important step in the pregnancy confirmation process. If considering abortion, it’s vital to know where your pregnancy stands and determine your options with this step.

There are two types of prenatal ultrasounds: a transvaginal ultrasound and an abdominal ultrasound. Each uses technology to produce images of your pregnancy. A transvaginal ultrasound works by placing a wand-like device inside your vagina. An abdominal ultrasound is done by placing a device on the skin of your belly.

The Ultrasound Process

During an ultrasound, a transducer sends sound waves that bounce off structures inside your body, including your pregnancy and reproductive organs.

Next, these sound waves transform into images your provider can see on a screen. It’s a safe procedure, and no radiation is involved.

Why Do I Need An Ultrasound?

Safeguard your health by knowing your pregnancy details. Receive an ultrasound to determine your pregnancy health and pregnancy options.

An ultrasound is the only way to confirm how far along you are, which is important when considering medical abortion (the abortion pill). The FDA only recommends this abortion procedure for women through 10 weeks of pregnancy.

An ultrasound confirms three important pregnancy details, including:

  1. The viability (whether your pregnancy is healthy and progressing)
  2. The location (whether it’s growing within your uterus)
  3. How far along you are (gestational age)

No-Cost Limited Ultrasound

As you face an unplanned pregnancy, get answers with a no-cost ultrasound today. We offer limited obstetrical ultrasounds done by our medical staff today after receiving positive pregnancy testing results with us.

Our team can help you understand your pregnancy options once you’ve confirmed your pregnancy details.

Schedule a free & confidential limited ultrasound appointment today. We’re here to help you gain the information you need during pregnancy and beyond. You are stronger than you know.