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Do I need to make an appointment for a pregnancy test?

We prefer that you make an appointment so that you will have the least amount of wait time, however we do accept walk-in appointments, if we have availability.

Do I need to bring anything with me to an appointment?

Please bring a photo ID with you when you come for your appointment (driver's license or school ID). If you do not have this, we will take your photograph when you come. If you have already been given a “proof of pregnancy” from another facility, bring that with you. If you do not have that, we will provide the pregnancy test at no charge.

Can I bring a friend or family member with me?

Yes! Your friend, boyfriend, spouse, or family member may accompany you to your appointment. We will ask to speak with you alone for part of the appointment, but they may join you for part of the appointment if you wish. You may also bring a child or children with you if necessary.

What do I need to do to prepare for an ultrasound appointment?

If you have an already-scheduled ultrasound exam with us, you will be asked to arrive with a full bladder. You will need to drink at least 16 ounces of liquid prior to arriving. Be aware that cell phone use and video recording is not permitted in the ultrasound room, but you will be given photos of the scan if you wish.

Will you tell anyone about my visit to your Clinic?

No! We honor your right to privacy, and have a strict confidentiality policy. We won't tell your parents, friends or anyone that you visited us. We won't contact you without your permission. We are here to help you!

If I am under 18, can I get a pregnancy test or ultrasound without my parents' permission or presence?

Yes. Ohio law does not require you to have an adult with you for a pregnancy test or ultrasound, no matter what your age. However, we do encourage young clients to seek advice from parents or trusted adults to help them through these life challenges.

Can anyone make me have an abortion?

No. It is against the law for anyone to force you to have an abortion. Not even your parents, your husband, or boyfriend can make you have an abortion if you don't want to. This is true even if you are under 18 and living in your parent's home. We are here to help and support you. We can also help you talk about your pregnancy with the people closest to you that may be pressuring you.

Other Questions?

Call 937.525.3780, and we will be happy to answer any other questions you have, or schedule an appointment for you to meet with one of our trained care coordinator.


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