No. However, we suggest that you wait 10 days after having intercourse before you come in for a pregnancy test. This is to insure that you have an accurate test result. The hormone hCG is detected for a positive result. Typically it takes 7-10 days for this hormone to be at a detectable level.
Pregnancy Aid has a very strict confidentiality policy. We will not tell anyone about your visit unless you give us written permission to do so. When you enter Pregnancy Aid, you can be assured that we will do all we can to ensure your privacy and confidentiality. Pregnancy Aid will hold in confidence all the information that you provide except in the following instances: if you are homicidal, suicidal, under age and being abused, or abusing someone else. In cases such as these, we are required by state law to report such instances.
Our ultrasounds are scheduled by appointment. All other services are walk-in.
Please bring a photo I.D.
No, Pregnancy Aid services are free.
Pregnancy Aid does not dispense contraceptives (condoms, birth control, Plan B, etc.). We do have information on how they work and their side effects.
This information is intended for general educational purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional medical advice.
Pregnancy Aid, Inc. offers free, limited, non-diagnostic ultrasounds. Contact our center for more information.