Frequently Asked Questions

No, walk-ins are welcome, however you may need to wait if there are other appointments scheduled at that time. If you make an appointment we will reserve that time to focus on you and your needs.

Home pregnancy tests may vary in their accuracy. Unless you’ve already had an ultrasound at your doctor, we will always do a pregnancy test to verify the results of your home test.

No, our STD tests and all our services are completely free and confidential. Nothing is billed or mailed to your home.

Pregnancy test results are read while you wait.

We usually have the results of your STD test within a few days of your appointment.

Generally a pregnancy can’t be detected until 9 to 11 days after conception.

The incubation period for chlamydia and gonorrhea is 2 to 6 days. Testing before 6 days from the time of exposure may not be accurate.

Yes, if you are late with your period you should be tested.  It is possible to get pregnant even when taking birth control pills. If you are taking an antibiotic, for instance it may make your birth control less effective.

All our services are free, however we do not provide the abortion pill nor do we offer abortion procedures. Our services are limited to early pregnancy confirmation ultrasounds and options consultations.

If you are considering abortion, we still encourage you to make an appointment with us. Our pregnancy testing and ultrasound services will provide information which is essential prior to an abortion to protect your reproductive health. 

We can help you apply for medical assistance. Many doctors who accept medical assistance will see you as long as you have started the application process.

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