Pregnancy Options Virginia
Pregnant and not sure what to do? Learn about your pregnancy options in Virginia, and what to expect next. Valley Women’s Clinic provides free pregnancy options consultations in Blacksburg and Radford, Virginia. We’re here to answer all your questions and to equip you to make the best choice for your situation.
Once a viable pregnancy has been confirmed, there are three choices to consider. We’re here to help you explore those options.
If you’re considering parenting, you may have questions about continuing your education, financial stability, and other topics. We’re here to address your concerns and help you find the resources you need.
If you’re considering an abortion, the type of the procedure you will be eligible to receive is dependent on the gestational age of your pregnancy. We can provide you with information about abortion methods and your options, as well as a free limited obstetric ultrasound to accurately date your pregnancy.
CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION – NO COST TO YOU
Schedule a free and confidential appointment to learn more about abortion, such as risks and side effects, and your options. At your appointment, you will be provided a lab-quality pregnancy test. If positive, you will be offered a free and confidential ultrasound. An ultrasound can confirm a viable pregnancy and estimate how far along you are.
To help you confirm your pregnancy, we offer free pregnancy tests in Blacksburg and Radford, Virginia. A positive pregnancy test (including those taken at home) suggests a high probability that you're pregnant. However, the result should be confirmed.
If your test is positive, our staff will determine next steps, such as an ultrasound exam, and the best time to schedule that procedure.
If you are considering abortion, an ultrasound will provide important information that will tell you more about your options. Abortion costs in Virginia vary depending on how far along you are and the abortion procedure that you receive.
We also have an online pregnancy calculator that can be used to calculate your due date based on your last menstrual period. This is not a diagnosis.
An ultrasound can answer three major questions:
- Is the pregnancy in the uterus?
- How far along are you?
- Is there a fetal heartbeat?
This information is critical regardless of what options you may be considering. Speak with our staff today. Schedule a confidential appointment – at no cost to you.
The content on this page has been reviewed and approved by our Medical Director.