OB Ultrasound Montgomery, Alabama
Getting an ultrasound is the most important next step you can take if you are considering abortion. An ultrasound will help you know for sure if you’re really pregnant and if your pregnancy is viable. Approximately 20% of all pregnancies naturally miscarry. Learn more about your pregnancy before abortion.
FREE ULTRASOUND IN MONTGOMERY ALABAMA
No Cost. No Insurance. Confidential Services.
It is important to have an ultrasound before making a decision about your pregnancy. An ultrasound is the most effective way for you to learn more about your pregnancy and options
HOW FAR ALONG AM I?
If you’re wondering when you might have gotten pregnant or can’t remember when your last period was or perhaps your periods are not regular, an ultrasound will give an accurate measurement of the pregnancy to find out the gestational age of the baby. This will help you determine due date and time of conception. If you’re considering an abortion, you will need to know how many weeks pregnant you are. This information determines what abortion methods are available to you.
WHY ELSE IS AN ULTRASOUND IMPORTANT BEFORE HAVING AN ABORTION?
- A sonogram can show if the pregnancy is healthy/viable. If the sonographer (licensed RN) is unable to detect a fetal heartbeat, there could be a chance that you will miscarry naturally. Also, if there is a fetal heartbeat that is slower than normal or the baby is smaller than he/she should be for how far along you are, these things could indicate that a potential miscarriage may happen, which may eliminate the need for an abortion.4,5,6
- A sonogram is necessary to see how far along you are in your pregnancy. There are different abortion procedures & differing prices, depending on how far along you are.
First Choice Montgomery offers a free limited OB Ultrasound to determine gestational age and detect a fetal heartbeat. Schedule a free and confidential appointment today.
Our staff nurses are trained in early obstetrical ultrasound. Our primary objective is to assess fetal viability and estimate gestational age. These ultrasounds are not intended to diagnose fetal abnormalities or to provide the client with information regarding the sex of the baby.
The information provided on this website is not intended to diagnose any condition or pregnancy and should not take the place of your medical practitioner. Consult your physician with any medical questions you might have.
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- MayoClinic.com, Ectopic pregnancy symptoms
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- RSNA, Slow embryonic heart rate in early first trimester: indicator of poor pregnancy outcome