Before an abortion, it’s important to protect your health by confirming your pregnancy details and knowing where your sexual health stands. 

Abortion is a life-changing decision. You deserve to have the information you need before making this choice. Here are some first steps to take for a pre-abortion screening.

Steps to Pre-Abortion Screening

1. Confirm Your Pregnancy 

Did you know the Mayo Clinic says up to 20% of known pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage? It’s still possible to get a positive pregnancy test result days or even weeks after you’ve miscarried. Confirm your pregnancy with pregnancy testing at our center to be sure.

If your test is positive, we can offer a free ultrasound to confirm if your pregnancy is viable, how far along you are, and the location of your pregnancy. These are essential to determine if you’re eligible for abortion.

2. STI/STD Screening 

Woman to Woman Health Center provides a confidential, judgment-free environment for women to be screened for the most common and prevalent sexually transmitted infections and diseases. Get the clarity you need to move forward.

Many STIs/STDs can be asymptomatic, and early detection is important for effective treatment and management. If you believe you have experienced exposure to an STI/STD or had unprotected sexual contact with a new partner and would like to be tested, contact Woman to Woman Health Center for an appointment.

3. Essential Blood Panel Services

One of the top side effects of the abortion pills protocol is heavy bleeding that occurs as the fetus is expelled from the uterus. These tests, vital for your safety, check for anemia and blood clotting abilities. We provide this screening at no charge.

4. Discuss Your Options

Abortion is just one of several options. It is best to schedule an appointment to meet with our medical personnel for a private consultation to receive detailed information about all your options.

We provide a confidential, judgment-free environment to explore all options available. Education and a compassionate environment provide a safe place for you to weigh out your feelings and make an informed choice.