Solutions Health & Pregnancy Center has been serving women in Monmouth County for over 35 years.  We offer no-cost pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, and STD/STI screening. Just like any medical center, we adhere to strict privacy laws so you can expect your appointment to be kept completely confidential.

If you think you might be pregnant, or even if you’ve had a positive result on an at-home pregnancy test, we recommend you come in for pregnancy testing. Our lab-quality pregnancy testing is extremely accurate and can confirm your pregnancy.

Whatever options you’re considering, your next step would be to have an ultrasound, at completely no cost to you. An ultrasound will help establish how far along you are, detect a fetal heartbeat, and determine whether the pregnancy is viable.

We also offer no-cost STD/STI screenings. Even if you haven’t experienced any symptoms, you are at risk for an STD or an STI if you’ve had unprotected sex.

We are committed to serving women by providing the best possible care and accurate information to each one who walks through our doors. To take advantage of services at absolutely no cost to you, please make an appointment with us today.


If you’ve had unprotected sex or are experiencing common pregnancy symptoms, we can offer you a confidential pregnancy test at no cost to you. Pregnancy tests detect the hormone hCG, which is found in the urine of women who are pregnant. This hormone can be detected as early as 7 days after conception, or 21 to 24 days after the first day of your last period. One of our compassionate staff members will administer the test and discuss your results with you immediately following the test. Think you might be pregnant? Find out if you’re experiencing common pregnancy symptoms.

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If your pregnancy is confirmed by one of our pregnancy tests, the next step is to get an ultrasound. An ultrasound provides a medical confirmation of pregnancy, determines the location of the pregnancy, fetal heartbeat and how far along you are. An ultrasound will also detect the location of the pregnancy and whether you might miscarry. Pregnancies that develop outside of the uterus are called ectopic pregnancies and can be life-threatening.

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If you think you might have an STD, it’s important that you don’t try to diagnose yourself! Warning signs vary by condition, might overlap, or might be absent altogether. When you make an appointment with us, a trained medical professional can perform tests, identify the source, and then recommend the appropriate course of treatment. If you want to learn more about common STD/STIs and related symptoms, click here.

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