At The Women’s Clinic of Columbus, pregnancy testing and limited ultrasounds are offered at no charge to you. Ultrasounds are provided by a nurse or doctor. The nurses and doctors are trained specialists and can answer questions you might have about your pregnancy and the options available to you. We require a positive pregnancy test before an ultrasound can be performed.
Where can I get an ultrasound?
Most pregnancy tests are generally accurate; however, it might be a good idea to have an ultrasound. One in four pregnancies end in miscarriage, so an abortion might not be necessary. A limited ultrasound can help determine what options are available to you by determining how far along you are and the viability of your pregnancy.
What does an ultrasound do?
Checks to see if there’s a fetus and a heartbeat
Tells you how far along you are
Checks for twins
Can determine if there are signs of miscarriage or tubal pregnancy