Are You Pregnant?

What to Expect

Our Commitment to You

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Are You Pregnant?

What to Expect

Our Commitment to You

ComfortCare Women’s Health offers FREE and confidential services that put you at the center of the appointment.  As we seek to empower women with honest and accurate information, we implement a holistic approach that tends to your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.  Every woman deserves that attention and therefore, all clinic services are FREE regardless of your income level

At ComfortCare Women’s Health Our Free and Confidential Services Include:

  • Nurse’s Consultation and Pregnancy Testing
  • Pregnancy Confirmation
  • Medical Consultation
  • Peer Counseling On Pregnancy Options

Your appointment is highly individualized to make sure we address your specific needs and questions. Every ComfortCare patient is given the attention and respect she deserves.

So, You’ve Taken a Home Pregnancy Test, It’s Positive. Now What?

Our services 

Nurse’s Consultation and Pregnancy Testing

The first thing you need to know is – are you really pregnant? A nurse will review the results from your medical-grade pregnancy test during your visit. Whether you’re considering abortion, adoption, or parenting, your nurse will be available to answer your questions and give you medical information at no cost to you.

Did you know? 15-20% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. Some pregnancies occur outside of the uterus, also known as an ectopic pregnancy. It is important to have your pregnancy confirmed by medical professionals. If it is found that you are experiencing these potential complications, you may not need to have an abortion.

Patient Advocate Counseling on Pregnancy Options

What options are you considering?

When you come to ComfortCare, you’ll meet with a patient advocate. Your advocate is specially trained to talk through all of your options… Parenting. Adoption. Abortion.

Your advocate understands it’s your choice. She also believes it should be an informed choice and she’s here to answer your questions. During your appointment, you’ll be offered info on local resources to help you navigate parenting, info on local adoption agencies, plus info on abortion procedures and possible complications.
To learn more about abortion procedures and risks, give us a call.

Confirmation of Pregnancy Through Ultrasound

The nurse will assess if you are eligible for an ultrasound during your appointment. The limited obstetric ultrasounds at ComfortCare are designed to answer three important questions related to your pregnancy decision:

  1. How far along are you?
  2. Is your pregnancy growing within the uterus?
  3. Is there a heartbeat?
Medical Consultation

A nurse will review your relevant medical history as it relates to your pregnancy and answer any questions you may have. Educational materials, resources, and additional testing are available depending on your specific needs. Again, all of these services are completely free and totally confidential.

Here’s what to expect during a typical visit for pregnancy confirmation:

You should anticipate your appointment will take 1-1.5 hours, depending on if you have an ultrasound that day. 

During your appointment, you will

  • Review your pertinent medical history with the nurse
  • Receive a free pregnancy test and nurse’s consultation
  • Meet with a patient advocate
  • Have an ultrasound or schedule one for a later date
  • Provide us with an exit survey, as we value your feedback 

*Please bring your photo ID with you and allow a few extra minutes for paperwork when you arrive.

Our Promises to You as Our Patient:

  • Your pregnancy decision is your decision.
  • You will always be treated with respect and dignity, regardless of your pregnancy decision.
  • Women of all economic, social, racial, and faith backgrounds are welcome.
  • Clinic Services are extended to women of all ages.
  • All services are complimentary. You won’t be billed for any reason.
  • You are guaranteed confidentiality. No one has access to your records unless you say it’s okay.
  • All advice is truthful, forthright, and medically accurate.
  • Medical care is provided by trained and licensed medical professionals.
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