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Limited Ultrasounds

Why Do I Need an Ultrasound?

What is a Limited Ultrasound?

A limited ultrasound is simple. Trained sonographers look for three things; a fetal heartbeat, fetal placement, and fetal measurements.

Why Are Ultrasounds Necessary?

While urinary pregnancy tests are effective, the only 100% way to verify a viable pregnancy is through an ultrasound.

The Great News? Our Ultrasounds Are Completely Free Of Charge.

No matter what pregnancy option you're considering, you'll want to consider having an ultrasound.

For some women an ultrasound is a beautiful bonding experience with their baby. For other women, an ultrasound helps give them clarity on which pregnancy option is best for them: abortion, adoption or parenting. We firmly believe that our clients should be the ones in the driver's seat. In order to make the best decision possible, an ultrasound is a major stepping stone in walking away feeling confident. We are here for you, every step of the way.

Here's what one of our previous patients said...

"Before I came in for my first appointment I was nervous and scared. They (the staff) were kind, patient and caring. They helped me by letting me know that I had more of a support system than just my family. Don't be afraid to visit the PRC! They are some of the most caring women you will EVER meet!"

Due to our confidentiality policy, pictured above is not actual patient.

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*Pregnancy Resource Center does not offer annual exams, contraceptives, abortion services or referrals, prenatal and postnatal care, infertility treatments, or treatment for reproductive tract infections. Pregnancy Resource Center will offer referrals to local physicians for prenatal care. Medical services are provided in accordance with all applicable laws, and in accordance with pertinent medical standards, under the supervision and direction of a licensed physician in a life-enhancing environment. Patient information is held in strict and absolute confidence in accordance with our Notice of Privacy Policy. Releases and permissions are obtained appropriately. Patient information is only disclosed as required by law and when necessary to protect the patient or others against imminent harm.

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