YOU HAVE OPTIONS
You had plans and pregnancy was not one of them. So now, what are your pregnancy choices? Whatever you are feeling right now, we understand and are here to help. You may be considering several pregnancy choices, so be sure to get all the facts. Before you do anything else start by asking these three questions regarding your pregnancy options.
• Am I really pregnant? We call this making sure this is a viable pregnancy. Sometimes home tests can be difficult to read, or you can be unsure of the result. We offer – at no charge to you – a medical-grade pregnancy test, administered by a registered nurse. We are there for the duration . . . both while taking the test and when you get the results.
• Is there a detectable heartbeat? Again, this is another step in determining whether or not this is truly a viable pregnancy. We want you to know with certainty all of the facts so that you can make the best decision for you – both for now and for your future.
• How far along am I? We can offer limited ultrasounds right here in our office. This can identify a heartbeat, thus confirming the pregnancy. We can also determine at this time how far along you are. The more information you have, the better equipped you are to make an informed decision.
If you are pregnant, you have three options: abortion, adoption, and parenting. We provide accurate and truthful information that will help you as you make your decision. When you come in for an appointment our understanding Client Advocates will listen to you and answer your questions.
Advice & Aid Pregnancy Centers offer peer counseling and accurate information about all pregnancy options.
In keeping with our non-profit, pro-woman mission, Advice & Aid does not offer or refer for abortion services.