If you think you might be pregnant and are unsure of what to do, My Life Clinic can be your first step. We provide a safe and caring environment to find the answers you need. 

All medical procedures, including abortion, have risks and side effects. For your health and safety, talk with us about abortion and receive a limited ultrasound to provide critical pregnancy details.

Here are three questions that need answers when considering your next steps. They are crucial for safeguarding your health.

1. Are You Pregnant?

Pregnancy symptoms can be confusing. The symptoms are often similar to a cold, flu, premenstrual syndrome, or stress.  

Our experienced team at My Life Clinic can provide you with a medical-grade pregnancy test. Administered by our trained staff, our urine pregnancy tests are 99% accurate. 

2. Have You Had An Ultrasound?

Ultrasounds are excellent tools for looking inside the uterus to collect vital information. We can provide a free and confidential limited ultrasound if your pregnancy test is positive. 

An ultrasound can tell you how far along you are in your pregnancy (gestational age). Since the FDA only approves the abortion pill (medical abortion) through ten weeks gestation, your gestational age will reveal your available options.

We will also confirm if your pregnancy looks viable (progressing with a heartbeat). Between 10 and 20% of all known pregnancies end in miscarriage. 

An ultrasound also verifies that the pregnancy has implanted in the wall of the uterus. 

An ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg attaches outside the uterus, typically in a fallopian tube. This condition requires immediate medical intervention to prevent life-threatening complications.

3. Have You Been Tested For STDs?

You need to know if you have an STD to protect your reproductive health—especially if you’re considering getting an abortion.

At My Life Clinic, we test and treat for chlamydia and gonorrhea. These two bacterial STDs can spread deeper into the reproductive system during an abortion.

If left untreated, they can develop into pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which can lead to sterility and chronic pelvic pain. 

Free Support and Pregnancy Services

If you think you might be pregnant, contact My Life Clinic today. We will provide the necessary tests and information on all your options. 

We provide a safe place to discuss your situation and receive support.