Whether a pregnancy was part of your plan or not, The LPC is here for you as you plan your next steps. The LPC provides physical, spiritual, and emotional care as you determine what to do. Our services are offered free of charge to you in a confidential, non-judgmental, and caring environment.
What to expect at your appointment
We provide peer-to-peer counseling with a Care Coach, a pregnancy test, and nurse consult during your first office visit. Or, you can speak privately to a Care Coach about your needs and concerns over the phone prior to an on-site visit if you wish. Our goal is to listen to you and to offer you life-giving support. Your first step can begin today.
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What type and how accurate is the pregnancy test used?
It is a medical grade urine test and is 99% accurate.
Can I get an ultrasound exam?
Ultrasound exams are one part of the services we provide for women who are wondering if they might be pregnant. The first step begins with the first office visit, where you will meet with a coach and a nurse. The nurse will evaluate if an ultrasound exam is indicated based on your medical history and current medical information. Ultrasound exams are scheduled at the discretion of The LPC medical team.
What is a limited obstetrical ultrasound exam?
The LPC offers limited obstetrical ultrasound exams as part of our services. This is the only way to confirm a viable pregnancy. The limited obstetrical ultrasound exam collects three pieces of information:
Detection of a fetus located in the uterus;
Detection of a fetal heartbeat;
Gestational age based on fetal measurements.
Ultrasound exams are scheduled by a member of The LPC medical team. During your first office visit, a clinical pregnancy test is conducted and a nurse provides a general medical consultation. The nurse will determine if an ultrasound exam is indicated based on your medical history and current medical information. Ultrasound exams are scheduled at the discretion of The LPC medical team.
Will you keep my information confidential?
All client information is kept confidential within this organization, except where there is threat of physical harm (i.e. homicide, suicide, child abuse, or child neglect), which the law requires us to report.