• PREGNANCY SERVICE - Free Pregnancy Tests, Free Ultra Sound and Free STD Testing Referrals. Discuss Options in Privacy by Walk- In or by Calling for an Appointment.

  • SIGNATURE PARENTING - Sessions on Parenting tailored to your Needs. Including Our Baby Boutique Point Building System

  • ALICE -Advisory Services

  • CHOSEN Adoption Support Services

  • EMBRACING GRACE - After Abortion Healing

  • RELATIONSHIPS  101 - Healthy Relationships - STI/STD Education

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Pregnancy Services of Gratiot County is a 501 (c) 3  non-profit, faith based, non-denominational, non-political organization.

 

We do not perform, refer or recommend abortions.

Ultrasound -Your Important Next Step

 

Having an ultrasound is an important next step if you have had a positive pregnancy test at Pregnancy Services. A referal will be made for you to receive a FREE limited ultrasound at H.O.P.E Medical Clinic, our refering medical clinic.

 

An ultrasound is a simple and painless procedure that uses sound waves transmitted into your belly to get a picture of your pregnancy.

 

An ultrasound is important to verify your pregnancy, determine whether the fetus is located in the uterus and whether the embryo/fetus is lodged outside of the uterus, which can be fatal. Another reason to have an ultrasound is to confirm your stage of pregnancy which may determine the type of abortion method that may be used.

 

Will I Have A Natural Miscarriage?

 

An ultrasound will determine if your pregnancy is viable (healthy) or at risk for a natural miscarriage. As many as 20% of all pregnancies will naturally miscarry – avoiding the need for an abortion.

 

Do I Have An Ectopic Pregnancy?

 

An ultrasound will determine if your pregnancy is safe. If the fertilized egg is in the fallopian tubes (meaning it is an ectopic pregnancy) you will need to seek emergency medical attention.

 

How Far Along Am I?

 

If you’re wondering when you might have gotten pregnant or can’t remember when your last period was, an ultrasound will give an accurate measurement of the age of your pregnancy.