Medical ServicesPregnancy confirmation
Think you’re pregnant? Our free medical services include pregnancy testing and ultrasound to confirm pregnancy.
Life Resources of Northern Michigan provides free pregnancy tests in Michigan. Our pregnancy tests are medical quality, highly sensitive, and provide immediate results. A positive pregnancy test (including those taken at home) suggests a high probability that you are pregnant. However, the result should be confirmed.
Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound
If your test is positive, our staff will determine next steps, such as scheduling an ultrasound exam. An ultrasound can confirm a viable pregnancy and can give an estimate of pregnancy dating. This is valuable information if you’re considering abortion or your pregnancy options. All services are free and confidential.
Schedule a free and confidential medical appointment to learn more about your pregnancy and your options…
WHY AN ULTRASOUND IS IMPORTANT
An OB Ultrasound can confirm your pregnancy and ensure your pregnancy is healthy. It can be a great indicator of how far along you are by using measurements to estimate the gestational age of the fetus. We offer a free ultrasound to anyone who had a positive pregnancy test at our center.
An ultrasound can determine the following:
- The approximate age of your pregnancy.
- Does the fetus have a heartbeat.
- Correct placement of the fetus.
If you would like to get a free limited ultrasound at our center, your first step is to schedule a free pregnancy test. Once you are confirmed to be pregnant at our center, we will help you schedule a limited ultrasound appointment at a time that is convenient for you.
Note: The purpose of the ultrasound exam is not for identifying the gender (sex) of the baby.
909 South Carmel Street
Medical Clinic Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday | 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (231) 775-8000
Big Rapids Location
14321 Northland Drive, Suite 2.
Big Rapids, Michigan
Medical Clinic Hours:
Wednesday, Thursday | 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (231) 527-9628
signs you should take a pregnancy test
- Missed period
- Unexpected changes to your body such as soreness, headaches, tiredness, breast sensitivity, nausea, or vomiting.
- Unexplained mood changes like irritability, mood swings, or food cravings and aversions.
These are a few of the most common and well-known pregnancy symptoms.
However, most women experience these symptoms differently, and some may have very few of them at all. That’s why it’s very important for you to schedule a pregnancy test when you experience these symptoms.
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