Why might I need a free ultrasound?

Why might I need a free ultrasound?

Looking for a free ultrasound? 

Hey there, welcome to Nurse’s Corner at ThriVe+. I’m one of the staff members, and I’m glad you’re here. ThriVe+ is a safe place for your questions. I know firsthand that facing decisions about pregnancy can be pretty overwhelming. So, let’s chat about why our safe and no-cost ultrasounds are an essential part of the support we offer at ThriVe+.

Are Ultrasounds Safe? Let Me Put Your Mind at Ease:

First things first — ultrasounds are incredibly safe. We use sound waves, not radiation, to create images. There are no known risks to you or the fetus from an ultrasound. Your safety is our top priority, and we take every measure to ensure you’re in good hands. 

Some women share that they feel more at ease at ThriVe+ than at a big clinic too, since they don’t have to wait in a room full of sick people. But no matter where you receive care, your ultrasound will be a safe and important step in deciding what comes next.

Mayo Clinic, Ultrasound

Why Do We Believe Ultrasounds Are So Important?

Well, regardless of what you’re thinking about doing — whether it’s abortion, adoption, or parenting—a free ultrasound is like your trusted sidekick. It gives you loads of helpful info, like confirming the pregnancy, figuring out how far along you are, and making sure everything’s okay in there. 

For example: if you’re pregnant, but the pregnancy is developing outside of the uterus, that could be life threatening to you. That’s one of the reasons it’s absolutely necessary to protect yourself by having an ultrasound. And at ThriVe, you can get an ultrasound at no cost.

Mayo Clinic, Ectopic pregnancy

When you find out more info about your pregnancy (and confirm that you are, in fact, pregnant), you’ll be able to decide what comes next. It’s all about empowering you to make the choices that are right for you.

Let’s Talk About Your Journey Getting a Free Ultrasound at ThriVe+:

So, you might be at home, holding that pregnancy test, feeling a mix of emotions. Maybe the result wasn’t what you’d hoped it would be. If it’s positive or you’re just not sure what’s going on, you can reach out to us. Even before you think you might be pregnant, you can always contact us. Even if you just need a listening ear.

Give us a call or visit our website to set up a time to come in for a confidential visit. We get it; this is a big deal, and we want you to feel comfortable.

When you come in, we’ll chat about your options. You’re welcome to have a no-cost pre-abortion screening. It’s a chance for you to ask anything you want and get the lowdown on what’s next. 

No pressure, just honest conversation.

At ThriVe+, we’re women supporting women. We’ve been there. You may have mixed feelings about coming in for an ultrasound, and that’s okay. Just know that we’re a team of women who want to empower you. Judgment isn’t part of the experience, just care.

What’s involved in a free ultrasound?

Now, the ultrasound part — it’s a breeze, I promise. We’ll gently move a little device over your belly, creating images that help us give you the best information. It’s painless and quick, but it’s the key to understanding what’s happening inside. 

I understand that you may or may not want to look at the screen during the free ultrasound. That’s alright, too. Learning about your specific pregnancy will help you be able to figure out what you’d like to do next. And if you’d like help, we can support you.

Affordable Care for Everyone:

We know that money worries shouldn’t get in the way of taking care of yourself. Our free ultrasound is available to everyone. Seriously, it doesn’t matter if you have insurance or not. We’re here for you, no strings attached.

Your journey is unique. We’re here to support you every step of the way. At ThriVe+, we believe in providing care that’s not just medical but also holistic and compassionate. So, reach out when you’re ready, and let’s navigate this together. Your future is still bright.

Healthy • Safe • Strong

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