Medical Services

All services are free of charge and strictly confidential.


 

Pregnancy Test


At Pregnancy Resource Clinic we offer self-administered pregnancy tests.  The test is easy and you can make an appointment by calling us today or by using the contact form on the right.

How does it work? The pregnancy test detects the presence of human chorioic gonadotropin (“hCG”), which appears in urine very early during pregnancy. HCG is a hormone produced by the developing placenta shortly after conception and is secreted into the urine. The pregnancy test contains antibodies which specifically react with this hormone. If you are pregnant, our tests will show a positive result.

Our tests are accurate 7-10 days after conception. Based on the findings of your pregnancy test result, we may suggest you return for a re-test to rule out a false-negative test.

Click here to calculate your estimated due date! 


 

Pregnancy Ultrasound

The ultrasounds we offer provide you with several areas of knowledge regarding you and the health of your pregnancy. A Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) will perform your ultrasound to confirm your pregnancy and confirm that the pregnancy is located within your uterus. It is important to have an ultrasound to rule out an ectopic pregnancy. If it is determined that you are pregnant with an ectopic pregnancy, which is a pregnancy not located within the uterus, we will refer you to the nearest emergency room for medical help. Also, you will be informed of the gestational age of your pregnancy. If a heart beat is visible, a heartrate will be provided to you as well. Knowing these specific details will help you make informed decisions about your pregnancy.

If we are unable to determine a viable pregnancy, you are welcome to return to our office one to two weeks later. We may refer you to the nearest emergency room or a local OB/GYN office for further treatment.

The purpose of your ultrasound is to:

  • Confirm the presence of a viable intrauterine pregnancy
  • Determine gestational age
  • Detect fetal cardiac activity

The purpose of the ultrasound is not to determine gender. Nor is the ultrasound provided for entertainment purposes.

Pregnancy Resource Clinic does not provide information on the ultrasound photos in order for a client to obtain an abortion.


 

Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Testing and Treatment

 

Did you know that 33% of 18-24 year old men and women test positive for STI’s? ¹

Are you sexually active and concerned you might be one of the 33%?

Good news for you: We provide STD testing and treatment to men and women, free of charge.

  • We test for ChlamydiaGonorrhea, HIV, and Syphillis.
  • We provide treatment for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.
  • We will have your results in 7-14 days. After your initial visit, a follow-up appointment will be scheduled.
  • Bring your I.D. with you.
  • Do not urinate an hour before your appointment.
  • Schedule an appointment by filling out the form to the right of this screen.

If you test positive for Chlamydia or Gonorrhea, you will be encouraged to return to our clinic for treatment. We may feel it necessary to refer you for further testing for other infections and diseases.

If you test positive for HIV or Syphillis, we will refer you for further medical attention.

Once tested, we will have results available to you within two weeks of your appointment.

If you seek STI testing and treatment at our clinic, we are required to share your identifying information with the Department of Health, as is any medical facility testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections. Please bring a form of identification with you to your appointment.

Have more questions about STI’s and what they could mean for you? Visit www.medinstitute.org.

Are you at risk for an STD? Find out at www.stdwizard.org


Your identifying information will be reported to state health departments and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); this is a requirement for all health care providers who offer STI testing and treatment.

¹ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov