Free Pregnancy Verification
Birth Choice offers free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds verified by medical staff to confirm viability of pregnancy. Your trust is important to us. When you visit Birth Choice, we want you to know your information is safe. No matter what service is provided, your results and information are confidential.
Birth Choice provides free pregnancy tests. During pregnancy, a woman’s body produces a hormone called hCG, found in urine and blood. Pregnancy tests can detect the hCG pregnancy hormone as early as 4 days before your missed period, and are 99% accurate. However even though urine pregnancy tests are very accurate, they do not measure how much hCG is present in the urine. Since approximately 30% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage, it is important that every pregnancy is confirmed through ultrasound2].
Every pregnancy should be confirmed viable through ultrasound. Birth Choice offers this service free to clients who test positive for pregnancy and meet medical criteria to receive an ultrasound. With current sonogram technology, the ultrasound image is most clear after 6 weeks gestational age.
The Women’s Mobile Clinic was licensed and became operational in July 2017. Our 35-foot state-of-the-art mobile clinic features a counseling intake room, bathroom, waiting room, and ultrasound exam room. This clinic will operate in different locations throughout the week. Visit www.womensmobileclinic.com to find more information.
Community Resource Referrals
When you meet with a Birth Choice Client Advocate for a free pregnancy test, you will receive community referrals to help you with any of your immediate concerns and needs. We partner with many outside community organizations to provide a wide range of services for women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. These include referrals for medical, housing, adoption, education and financial support services.
 Taken from product information for BFP™ Pregnancy Tests.
 Prine, L. W., MD, & MacNaughton, H., MD. (2011, July 1). Office Management for Early Pregnancy Loss. American Family Physician, 84(1), 75-82.