If you think you might be pregnant and abortion seems the best choice for you, why should you visit our pregnancy clinic?

Because Ramona Women’s Clinic can provide you with early pregnancy services and the information you deserve to know before making your decision, all at no cost.

Like any medical procedure, abortion has risks and side effects. Roman Women’s Clinic’s services, such as ultrasounds, can lessen some risks by providing critical health details.

3 Things You Need To Know Before an Abortion:

1. You Need to Know if You Are Pregnant.

Our experienced team of medical professionals can provide you with a free lab-quality pregnancy test. When taken correctly at the proper time, urine tests are 99% effective.

2. You Need Vital Facts That an Ultrasound Can Show

To know which abortion options are available, you need to have an ultrasound. This is for several reasons.

If you are thinking about taking the abortion pill, the FDA (Federal Drug Association) has only approved its use until ten weeks after the first day of your last menstrual period. An ultrasound can tell you how far along you are, also known as your pregnancy’s gestational age.

An ultrasound can indicate if your pregnancy is viable (progressing with a heartbeat). Between 10 and 20% of known pregnancies end in miscarriage, most of those happen in the first trimester.

Sometimes, pregnancies develop outside the uterus, typically in a fallopian tube. This is called an ectopic pregnancy.

These pregnancies require immediate medical care. Ultrasounds can show whether or not your pregnancy is located within the uterus.

At Ramona Women’s Clinic, our medical team can provide a limited obstetric ultrasound at no cost. We want you to know all the facts about your pregnancy to make the best choice for you!

3. You Need Information On All Your Options.

At first, it can seem like abortion is your only choice. Maybe you are feeling pressured or that you are completely alone.

At Ramona Women’s Clinic, we give you time and a confidential space to talk with people who care about you. We provide information on all your options and let you process and ask questions.

We care about your circumstances and concerns and are happy to talk with you. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.