So you got a positive lab-quality pregnancy test, now what? Your next step is to further confirm your pregnancy with an ultrasound. We offer referrals for on-site ultrasounds at PRCV.
How Does An Ultrasound Work?
Ultrasounds involve using high-frequency sound waves to determine gestational age and to determine if there is a heartbeat. This procedure can determine how many weeks, as well as the possibility that you may miscarry or have an ectopic pregnancy. Ectopic pregnancies can be life-threatening, so it’s important to learn about this risk right away.
Schedule an appointment with us for a confirmation of pregnancy. This appointment is confidential and free of charge. No insurance needed.
Why you Need An Ultrasound
Receiving an ultrasound is important because it shows you these three things:
- Location of pregnancy
- If it’s a viable pregnancy
- Gestational age
Knowing these details about your pregnancy will determine what pregnancy options you can consider. Talk to us today if you have any questions or concerns about this.
Know Your Options
Your pregnancy options are adoption, abortion, or parenting. Before moving on with your pregnancy decision, you deserve to know about all your options. Know the risks of each and how they will affect your future. Take your time and let no one pressure you into making any certain decision. It is fully up to you.
At PRC of the Valleys, we’re committed to helping you before, during and after your pregnancy. Whether you need a pregnancy test, on-site referral to Joseph A. DePra, Physician, PLLC for confirmation of pregnancy, or talk to a trained Client Advocate about your next step options, we can help.
Schedule a free of charge appointment with us to see if you’re eligible for an ultrasound referral.
Note: PRC of the Valleys is decision-making center, not a medical facility. PRCV works with Joseph A. DePra, Physician, PLLC to provide ultrasound exams to qualifying clients. We offer this medical service free of charge to our clients through an arrangement with qualified physicians and medical providers.