Think you might be pregnant?
We’re here to help.
At LifeLine Pregnancy Center, we provide pregnancy support free of charge through education and encouragement. Our trained client advocates can help you with questions and concerns you may have about your next step. Let us help you explore your options so you can make the most informed decision.
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We know how scary this may feel right now. An unplanned pregnancy can change everything, but you are not alone. Before looking too far into the future, a pregnancy test is your first step to confirm your pregnancy. Our compassionate team at LifeLine Pregnancy Center is here to walk with you.
An ultrasound is a device used for imaging and gives medical professionals visuals of different parts of the body. It’s been around for over 60 years and is the gold standard for imaging during pregnancy. At LifeLine Pregnancy Center, limited ultrasound services are offered free of charge.
Our BrightCourse© program is designed to help you develop the skills you need as you navigate your pregnancy and begin your parenting journey. You’ll earn Baby Bucks with each lesson you complete and can then redeem them in our Baby Boutique for items such as clothes, diapers, baby formula, and other necessities.
Are you struggling after having an abortion month or even years later? Although every woman’s experience after their abortion is unique, there are common, long-lasting effects after abortion. Seeking professional support is important to begin your healing journey.
Discovering that you are pregnant can be overwhelming and you probably have many questions. At LifeLine Pregnancy Center, we can provide fact-based, medically-sound information to help you make an informed decision when it comes to your pregnancy options.
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When Should I Take A Pregnancy Test?
According to the Mayo Clinic, the best time to take a pregnancy test is at least one week after your missed period. If taken earlier, you may receive inaccurate pregnancy test results.
Contact us about a no-cost consultation to take a pregnancy test.
Why Do I Need An Ultrasound?
How Does Ultrasound Work?
An ultrasound produces high-frequency sound waves that bounce back off the observed tissue, interpret these echoes, and create an image on a screen.
Medical News Today says, “Ultrasound is sound that travels through soft tissue and fluids, but it bounces back, or echoes, off denser surfaces. This is how it creates an image.”
What Are Ultrasounds Used For?
Ultrasounds are very useful for diagnosing, investigating, and examining body tissues. Early discovery of an ectopic pregnancy is vital to protect a woman’s wellness. Thankfully, ultrasound helps verify pregnancy placement and can provide peace of mind.
Gestational age is determined by the date of a woman’s last menstrual period. Some women are unsure about the date of their last menstrual period. An ultrasound can measure the fetus and help determine accurate dating.
An ultrasound indicates if pregnancy is taking place where it should be and is not ectopic (outside the uterus). This imaging is important because if an ectopic pregnancy is present, immediate medical intervention may be required for the health and safety of the woman.
Is your pregnancy viable? During the scan, the heart rate is measured to help determine if the pregnancy is progressing. We do not use Doppler technology at our facility due to health concerns.
What Type of Abortion Am I Eligible For?
Looking for information about taking an abortion pill or different types of abortion procedures? Abortion providers offer both medical and surgical abortions. The types of abortion that may be available depend on factors such as how far along a woman is in her pregnancy and what kinds of procedures an abortion provider offers.
It may seem like abortion is the solution to moving on with your life or getting back on track. No matter what you choose – to carry or to abort – your life is forever changed. Abortion carries the potential for physical complications, which are significant if they happen to you.
Consider all the facts and make an informed decision, one you can live with long term. We can help educate you about all types of abortion and confirm your pregnancy details.
*LifeLine Pregnancy Center does not perform or refer for abortions.
Are Your Services Free?
Yes! We are happy to offer no-cost services and support because we care. We offer non-judgmental and caring support and services so you can take your next step in your pregnancy journey.
Contact us about a no-cost consultation to take a pregnancy test. We’re here for you, especially when navigating an unplanned pregnancy. Discuss all your options with us as well.
"I would like to thank LifeLine for all the wonderful help and support that they gave me and my son Samuel. I will forever be grateful with the blessings and smiles that were given to me. God bless all of you."
--Maria, LifeLine Client
"You have been with me on this journey. I am so grateful for you. You gave me support and that turned into hope." -- Anonymous, LifeLine Client
"I love visiting LifeLine. I have learned so much. I have such a peace of mind whenever I leave no matter how hectic my day is going. I always look forward to our visits every week."
--Erin, LifeLine Client
"When heading into our pregnancy, (for the first time), the amount of questions, decisions, needs, and support required was much more than I had fathomed. Having you (LifeLine), there for us was such a comfort and help that I'm straining to find the words to adequately express our gratitude...it's hard to quantify. Our emotional, psychological, intellectual, physical and spiritual needs were all satisfied. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts."
--John, LifeLine Client
"The friendly staff goes out of their way to meet your needs and make you feel like family."
--Anonymous, LifeLine Client
How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?
If you are pregnant, or think you might be pregnant, and are considering abortion you may be wondering about any potential medical risks or side effects. While the chance and types of physical risks from abortion have been well documented for decades, more is also becoming known about the potential risks of abortion to your