What To Do After A Positive Pregnancy Test

If you’re facing a confirmed unplanned pregnancy, it’s important to remember not to panic. You may feel overwhelmed, but remember you have options and it’s vital for you to make a fully informed decision about what to do with your...Continued

How Do I Know If I Need An Ultrasound?

If you have received a positive result from a pregnancy test, we always recommend that you follow up with an ultrasound. We know that you are most likely feeling confused, shocked, or even scared, but you don't need to panic....Continued

How to tell your parents about your pregnancy

The test was positive. You had an ultrasound to confirm it. Now you’re wondering how to tell your parents you’re pregnant. Your head is flooded with questions and concerns about what to do next. As difficult as your unplanned pregnancy...Continued

Why should I take Folic Acid?

Maybe you’ve heard your mom, sisters, or friends talk about taking folic acid.  Why should you take it?  If you are a woman between 15 and 45 years of age, the U.S. Public Health Service and the CDC recommends that...Continued

Why is Gonorrhea in the News?

This video shows what’s happening with gonorrhea, especially the trouble we’re having treating it. This is not a new problem – physicians and epidemiologists have been following this for decades.  The video highlights why it’s worth every effort to avoid...Continued

What are my chances of getting pregnant

Pregnancy Chances Are you thinking about having sex or have you had sex already? What are your odds of getting pregnant if you use condoms? Condoms are the most common type of birth control. Studies show that if 100 women...Continued

How far along am I really?

Date of Conception Pregnancy dating can be confusing and for many reasons, you may want to know exactly how far along you are.  You may be considering abortion or checking out abortion alternatives.  Dating a pregnancy is also important at...Continued

Emergency Contraception

Emergency contraception (EC) is intended to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or contraceptive failure.  Two types of EC are Plan B One-Step and Ella. Plan B One Step is a single pill that contains a large amount of a progestin...Continued