Pregnant patients may be eligible for a limited obstetrical ultrasound to confirm gestational age anc the presence of a viable, intrauterine pregnancy.

Even it you are considering abortion it is important that you first have an ultrasound. Over 30% of all pregnancies, even when the test is positive, do not develop into a viable fetus. An ultrasound can rule out a miscarriage in progress or an ectopic preg-nancy, which is a pregnancy located in the fallopian tube. Both of these conditions require emergency medical attention and the patient will be referred to a private physician or a local emergency room.


If you aren’t sure you need to take a pregnancy test, or you don’t know what signs to look for, you’re not alone. Early pregnancy symptoms can be hard to detect and easy to misinterpret. That’s why it’s a good idea to take a pregnancy test if you’ve been sexually active and you are noticing any of the following symptoms:

• Missed period
• Unexpected changes to your body such as soreness, headaches, tiredness, breast sensitivity, nausea, or vomiting.
• Unexplained mood changes like irritabili-ty, mood swings, or food cravings and aversions.

These are a few of the most common and well-known pregnancy symptoms. However, most women experience these symptoms differently, and some may have very few of them at all. That’s why it’s very important for you to schedule an appointment for a pregnancy test when you experience these symptoms.


If your pregnancy test is positive, our staff will determine next steps, such as an ultrasound exam, and the best time to schedule that procedure. An ultrasound can confirm a viable pregnancy and can give an estimate of how far along you are. This is important information if you’re considering abortion or your pregnancy options.
At Choices you can talk about your options with healthcare professionals and trained personnel who have been helping women make informed and healthy pregnancy decisions since 1983. We are a non-profit medical clinic. Our professional staff will help you make an informed choice!

Contact us to schedule a free pregnancy  test in Orlando, Florida.

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