Pregnancy tests are not 100 percent accurate. Therefore, once a positive test result is received, the next step is to have an ultrasound to confirm a pregnancy and determine more accurately how far along your pregnancy is—regardless of what option you choose if pregnant. An ultrasound is a procedure where high frequency sound waves project an image (sonogram) to the computer screen.

A licensed, medical professional performs limited, obstetric ultrasounds at our center. Limited ultrasounds are safe and designed to determine a number of factors in confirming a pregnancy. In addition, they will make sure there are no possible risks for the woman, such as an ectopic pregnancy, that may require further examination.

Contact us today to schedule your confidential, initial consultation at no charge.