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Free Pregnancy Confirmation Ultrasound

Finding out how far along your pregnancy is will help determine what medical services you may need. An ultrasound is the best way to determine gestational age.

An ultrasound scan is the best way to know how far along you are and to determine your next steps.

At Solutions, you are eligible for an ultrasound between 6-12 weeks from your Last Menstrual Period (LMP). Our trained and qualified RDMS will conduct a first trimester scan which detects fetal heartbeat and measures the baby to get an accurate due date.

What if I’m not sure about my dates?

If you’re not sure when your last period was, or your cycle is irregular, you could be earlier or farther along than you think. This can impact what your next steps are. It is critical that your gestational age is accurate so that you can make an informed decision.

Schedule an Appointment

An ultrasound will help determine what your next steps are. If you’re not sure what that is, we can provide guidance for you through referrals to medical and material help.

If you are considering an abortion, it is important to know exactly how far along you are to know what procedures you may consider. For more information on pregnancy decision-making, please read our options page.

Your ultrasound is always free and confidential at Solutions. You will never receive a bill nor will any third-parties be notified of your appointment or results. You can be sure that nothing will arrive in the mail, and you will be the only one who knows about your visit to our center.

Help Qualify for Medicaid

You will need valid medical proof of pregnancy to apply for Medicaid.  An ultrasound will provide confirmation of a positive pregnancy test.  This ultrasound is proof of pregnancy that meets the required standard and can help you qualify depending on your earnings.

It is also important to find out if you have multiple gestations. Family size determines Medicaid income eligibility – that includes the number of babies in your womb. This can only be determined through an ultrasound, not a urine pregnancy test.