How Do I Know If I’m Pregnant?
A missed period is usually the first sign of pregnancy, but there are other symptoms. Schedule your free pregnancy test with us if you suspect you might be pregnant.
Why Do I Need An Ultrasound?
If you are considering abortion, you need to know how far along you are in yourpregnancy. An ultrasound exam can confirm how far along you are (which determines the type of abortion you would have) and the location of your pregnancy (if not located in your uterus, it can be dangerous).
Also, an ultrasound confirms if your pregnancy is viable (developing) or if you have already had a miscarriage (up to 20% of known pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage).
We offer free limited obstetric ultrasounds if you have a positive result from one of our free pregnancy tests.
What Do Your Services Cost?
All pregnancy services, including pregnancy testing, limited obstetric ultrasounds, and counseling, are free and confidential.
Do You Provide The Abortion Pill?
The Pregnancy Support Center does not offer or refer for abortion. We do provide medically accurate information about abortion procedures and your various options.
What If I Don’t Know What To Do?
An unplanned pregnancy is overwhelming, and knowing what to do is difficult. We offer free, confidential, and caring peer-to-peer counseling for women and men facing this difficult decision.
Can You Help Me If I Keep My Baby?
We offer prenatal, infant and parenting classes, and referrals to the services and support you need. We will even assist you in making those first appointments.
To support and equip persons impacted by pregnancy with hope.
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The Pregnancy Support Center of Southside Virginia does not provide or refer for abortion. The information presented on this website is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.