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Think You Might Be Pregnant in Danville, OH?

When Should I take a Pregnancy Test in Danville, OH?

Think You Might Be Pregnant in Danville, OH?

When Should I take a Pregnancy Test in Danville, OH?

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Whether you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, have questions about abortion, or need treatment for an STI/STD, we are here for you.
Call us at (740) 393-0370 or make an appointment online.

When Should I take a Pregnancy Test?

Most doctors recommend you take a pregnancy after your first missed period. A missed period is the most common sign that you might be pregnant. Other common pregnancy symptoms are:

  • Missed Period
  • Frequent Urination
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea, Vomiting
  • Sore breasts
  • Lightheaded or dizziness
  • Spotting or Cramping
  • Increased sense of smell
  • Food Cravings

Know for sure. If you think you might be pregnant schedule an appointment for a FREE professional lab-quality test administered by one of our medical professionals. If you have a positive test, having an ultrasound can assess whether the pregnancy is viable and how far along you are.

PREGNANCY CALCULATOR

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Enter the date of the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP):

DUE DATE RESULT

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Probable date of conception:

 

Foetal Age Today:

 

Best date range for NT scan:

 

(12 weeks 3 days to 13 weeks 3 days)

Morphology Scan Date:

 

(19 weeks)

First Heart Tones by Doppler:

 

(11 to 12 weeks)

Best time to evaluate cervical length in patient with risk factors:

 

Best time for routine anatomy ultrasound:

 

(18 to 20 weeks)

Estimated Due Date:

 

 

Why Do I Need An Ultrasound?

Why do I need an Ultrasound

  • Confirms the viability of the pregnancy (Can a heartbeat be detected)
  • Determines how far along you are in your pregnancy and the due date
  • Determines the placement of the pregnancy, an ectopic pregnancy, though uncommon, can be life-threatning if left untreated

Getting an ultrasound can be an important step in evaluating your pregnancy options. It is vital for you to confirm your pregnancy before making any decisions. Our Ultrasounds are performed by trained medical professionals and reviewed by a doctor.

 

How accurate are home pregnancy tests?

Pregnancy Tests are generally very reliable. Having a pregnancy test performed at a medical facility ensures the most accurate results. However, pregnancy and viability cannot be confirmed until an ultrasound is performed and the results are verified.

Understand The Facts.

We understand that every woman’s road to abortion is highly personal & often seen as a quick solution to a potentially stressful circumstance. But like any medical procedure, it’s best to know all the information before making a decision. And though we don’t refer for or provide abortions, here’s what we offer:

  • Laboratory Quality Pregnancy Test & Pre-Abortion Assessment
  • Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound by a Licensed Medical Professional
  • Private and Pressure-Free Abortion Education 
  • Professional Counseling
  • Abortion Pill Reversal 
  • Post-Abortion Recovery Counseling

Abortion is a procedure that results in the voluntary termination of a pregnancy, either medically or surgically. There are risks associated with any medical procedure. All abortion procedures require an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy and determine gestational age. We offer limited obstetrical ultrasounds at no cost. We never financially gain from your decision and can discuss your options openly with no pressure.

Pregnancy Testing Danville OH 43104
Danville is a village in Knox County, Ohio, United States. Danville Local School District operates Danville High School in the village.

Abortion Safety Checklist:

  • Have you had a confirmation of a viable, uterine pregnancy?
  • Do you know everything about the abortion procedure?
  • Do you know about potential emotional/physical complications?
  • Does the abortion clinic treat you for any complications?
  • Do you understand that it’s ok to change your mind?
  • Do you have any STI/STD’s or have you been tested?
  • What do you know about fetal development?
  • Are you feeling pressured to have an abortion?
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Abortion Health & Safety Checklist:

  • Have you had a confirmation of a viable, uterine pregnancy?
  • Do you know everything about the abortion procedure?
  • Do you know about potential emotional/physical complications?
  • Does the abortion clinic treat you for any complications?
  • Do you understand that it’s ok to change your mind?
  • Have there been any lawsuits filed against the doctor or clinic?
  • Do you have any STI/STD’s or have you been tested?
  • What do you know about fetal development?
  • Are you feeling pressured to have an abortion?