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Pregnancy Care

As experts in reproductive and sexual health care, Planned Parenthood provides critical services and information that people need to stay healthy. For many of our patients, Planned Parenthood is their only source of care – making our health centers an irreplaceable part of this country’s health care system.

Testing and Treatment Services

Pregnancy Testing

A pregnancy test is a urine test to see if you’re pregnant. Testing by blood draw is available upon request. Common symptoms of early pregnancy include a late period, nausea, tender or swollen breasts, and frequent urination.

When should I get it? - When you have any of the above symptoms.

Options Counseling

Having a child is an important choice, and knowing all your options can help you to make the best decision. Whether you choose adoption, parenting, or abortion, getting all the information about each choice will help you make the decision that's right for you.

When should I get it? - If you're pregnant, our staff can discuss your options with you.

Adoption Referral

The process of adoption is when you give birth and then choose someone else to parent your child. It’s a permanent, legal agreement where you agree to place your child in the care of another person or family permanently. You are in charge of your choice.  There are many families throughout the country hoping to build their families through adoption


In the U.S., there are two different types of abortion: in-clinic abortion and the abortion pill. The method you choose will depend on how far along you are in your pregnancy, your health and your personal preference. Both methods are safe and effective.


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