Am I Really Pregnant?
While the best way to determine whether you’re pregnant is to take a pregnancy test after you’ve missed your period, there are a few common signs and symptoms that are often associated with early pregnancy. Some of these symptoms include:
- Missed period
- Frequent urination
- Swollen/tender breasts
- Mood swings
- Distaste for certain foods or smells
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, especially a missed period, you owe it to yourself to take a pregnancy test. We offer no-cost pregnancy testing at our clinic.
When Should I Get An Ultrasound?
The best time to have an ultrasound performed is after you’ve had positive pregnancy test results. While a pregnancy test can indicate that you are pregnant, the only way to know for sure whether your pregnancy is living and growing is through an ultrasound.
We offer no-cost limited OB ultrasounds that can tell you some important information about your pregnancy. This information is vital as you begin to consider your options.
How Much Will My Appointment Cost?
We care about your health and well-being. That is why all of our services are offered at no cost to you.
You do not need to bring any form of payment or proof of insurance to your appointment. No insurance is necessary to receive care!
Is My Appointment Private?
We care about your privacy, which is why your appointment with us is completely confidential. We will not share anything you say during your appointment or tell anyone that you received care here unless you have directed us otherwise.
If you would like us to release information to anyone outside of Crystal Women’s Clinic, we need written consent from you first. It should be noted that we do have to report certain situations where someone’s safety is at risk.
Our staff understands that you are empowered to tell people about your unplanned pregnancy on your time.
Can I Purchase the Abortion Pill Online?
Purchasing any medication or supplements online is risky, but buying the abortion pill online is both illegal and dangerous. Because it is not regulated, you won’t know exactly what’s in it or where it came from.
You also will not have direction from a medical professional in case something were to go wrong. It’s crucial that if you are considering abortion, you learn about your options and how your life would be affected, short-term and long-term.
I’m Under 18; Do I Have to tell my Parents About My Appointment?
If you are a minor under 18, you do not have to tell your parents about your appointment or bring them with you. Because the services we provide are at no cost to you and no insurance is needed, you are free to come by yourself.
We understand that, as a minor, there are unique concerns about being pregnant. However, it’s important to know that you are not alone. We have helped many teens and young adults through their unplanned pregnancies. You are stronger and more capable than you know. If you are a minor or a student and think you might be pregnant, reach out to us today.