Lab Quality Pregnancy Testing that is 99% accurate as early as 7-10 days after conception.

Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound in order to:

  • Detect fetal hearbeat.
  • Determine fetal age.
  • Determine approximate due date.
  • Detect the location of the pregnancy. (Pregnancies that develop outside of the uterus, know as ectopic pregnancies, can be life threatening.)
Confidential Counseling & Results

Your trust is important to us. When you visit Free Abortion Alternatives, we want you to know your information is safe with our center. No matter what service is provided, your results and information are confidential.

Support & Community Referrals

Sometimes knowing where to go for help is half the battle. We can direct you to agencies within your own community if you have medical, housing, or legal needs.

ultrasounds (either on-site or by referral)

Your Most Important Next Step

An ultrasound is your best tool to gain medical information about your pregnancy in order to make an informed choice. According to the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG), miscarriages occur in approximately 20% of all pregnancies and most occur in the first 13 weeks of pregnancy. If signs of a possible miscarriage are detected during your ultrasound YOU MAY NOT NEED AN ABORTION. If ultrasound shows a possible ectopic pregnancy you need to seek immediate medical attention. YOU DO NOT NEED AN ABORTION. In both of these situations you avoid the pain and cost of an abortion.

If you are considering abortion, an ultrasound will confirm the stage of your pregnancy, which can determine what abortion methods are available to you.

How Far Along Am I?

If you’re wondering when you might have gotten pregnant or can’t remember when your last period was, an ultrasound will give an accurate measurement of the age of your pregnancy. If you’re considering abortion, you will need to know how many weeks pregnant you are. This will determine what abortion methods are available to you.