Take your time in making your decision. No one ever regrets having decided carefully, reviewing all their options, as opposed to a hasty decision based on fears and emotions. Knowledge is power. Come to the Fort Worth Pregnancy Center. We care about you and are here to inform you of all your options.
Sometimes it is overwhelming to find out that you are pregnant. Maybe you feel shocked and upset, even scared. Before you make your final decision, you owe it to yourself to get as much information as possible.
It is important for you to determine how far along you are and confirm that your pregnancy is viable. An ultrasound is the most reliable way to determine gestation and viability. We can do that for you.
We provide limited obstetrical ultrasounds, free of charge. Our nurse can tell you:
- How far along you are
- The viability of your pregnancy
- The abortion procedures
- The medical risks and side effects
- Your legal rights
A first visit, including a pregnancy test, is where we will begin. Call us today.
Sometimes a pregnancy happens at the most challenging time in life, maybe when you’ve just started college or you just ended the relationship. We can give you information on the adoption option.
Come in and talk with one of our Client Advocates.
The Fort Worth Pregnancy Center is not an adoption agency, but we can give you several references for adoption agencies within the state of Texas.
When you come in for a pregnancy test, we will first confirm that you are pregnant with a laboratory quality test. We will talk about what is going on in your life, questions you have, or things that you may need help with throughout your pregnancy.
If you are worried about where you will live, how you will go to school, or how to get insurance, we have resources for you. We can help you begin the process of applying for Medicaid, WIC, and other community resources, to make your parenting experience a positive one.
Call today so that we can help you get started.
An unexpected pregnancy can be a scary and confusing time. It is common to have many different, even conflicting emotions. If you are unsure of what to do, it may be helpful to “take a break.” Take a walk or find a quiet place – somewhere you can feel comfortable to think. Really get in touch with your situation and consider your options.
Here are some questions you may ask yourself, to help evaluate what you really think and feel about your pregnancy.
- What are my biggest worries/concerns?
- How will this impact my future?
- What are my options?
- Can I get an abortion?
- How far along am I?
- Who can I talk to?
- What is the best option for me?
Sometimes you just need someone to listen or maybe to help you talk it through. Our client advocates are here to offer that confidential, non-judgmental conversation. We care about you and the decision you are facing. Call us today.