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Take Your Most Important Next Step

Having an ultrasound is the most important step you can take if you have a positive pregnancy test. An ultrasound will help determine the status and viability of your pregnancy. If you’re thinking about abortion, this information is critical. It will tell you what abortion options are available to you. If you’re wondering how far along you are and considering abortion, a free ultrasound at Atlanta Care Center is a valuable next step. Make an appointment today for a free pregnancy test. If your test is positive, our staff may follow up with a free ultrasound.


Considering Abortion?
You Might Not Need One

If you’re pregnant and considering abortion, you may not need one. Studies show that up to 25% of all pregnancies end in natural miscarriage – avoiding the need for an abortion. An ultrasound will tell you if your pregnancy is viable (living) or at risk for a natural miscarriage.

Pregnancy Ultrasounds Provide You Info You Need

Ultrasounds are important if you’re thinking about abortion. An ultrasound will confirm that you’re actually pregnant and determine how many weeks pregnant you are. This information will tell you what abortion procedures are available to you. From there, you can learn about those procedures and what you can expect.


How Far Along You Are Determines Your Options

Different abortion procedures are used during different weeks of pregnancy. Before you visit an abortion clinic, you’ll need to know how far along you are. You can estimate how far along you are by counting how many days have passed since the first day of your last period; however, an ultrasound is the most accurate way to date your pregnancy. Atlanta Care Center offers free pregnancy ultrasounds to those who qualify. Make an appointment today.

What Is An Ultrasound?

An ultrasound is a simple and painless procedure that uses sound waves transmitted into your belly to get a sonogram (a picture of your pregnancy). That image will provide important information about your pregnancy, including how far along you are, if your pregnancy is viable (living and healthy) and the location of your pregnancy. This information may determine what options are available to you.

Do I Have An Ectopic Pregnancy?

An ultrasound will determine if your pregnancy is in your uterus or if you may be experiencing an ectopic pregnancy. Ectopic pregnancy occurs when the embryo is anywhere other than the uterus, such as in one of the fallopian tubes. It is a medical emergency for the pregnant woman, and the fetus is not considered viable (able to survive). If you exhibit any signs of ectopic pregnancy, you’ll be referred for immediate medical attention.

Things To Think About

  • Is the pregnancy viable? Statistics say that up to 25% of all clinically recognized pregnancies will end in miscarriage. 
  • How far along are you? This determines the types of abortions available to you.
  • Is the pregnancy in your uterus or is there a risk of an ectopic pregnancy? If there is a risk of an ectopic pregnancy, medical attention is required.

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