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If you have a question not answered in our FAQs, please contact us. We’re here to answer your questions and support you as you navigate decisions about an unexpected pregnancy.

Pregnancy is unique to each woman, and so are pregnancy symptoms. You may experience all or none of the common symptoms of early pregnancy. However, the most common sign of pregnancy is a missed period. Other common signs include:

  • Aversion to certain foods
  • Cramps
  • Fatigue
  • Missed period
  • Mood Swings
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Spotting
  • Tender/swollen breasts

If you are experiencing one or more of these symptoms, you could be pregnant. However, taking a pregnancy test is the only way to know for sure. Our clinic offers a medical-grade urine pregnancy test at no cost to you.

If an ultrasound is included, you can anticipate being at our clinic for about 60-90 minutes for your first appointment.

You will need to bring a current photo ID with you to your appointment. You will not need to bring any insurance information or payment because you won’t be charged for our services.

Yes, we encourage you to bring a trusted support person to your appointment who can stay with you during portions of your visit.

If you have children, please arrange childcare for them as children are not allowed in the clinic. 

When you visit our clinic for your scheduled appointment, you can expect to be greeted warmly before meeting with one of our professional registered nurses. You can also expect your appointment to be completely confidential, with all services provided to you at no cost. 

Services provided at your appointment may include:

  • Medical-grade, urine pregnancy testing
  • Limited obstetrical ultrasound 
  • Education, including exploring your pregnancy options
  • STI/STD Testing 

An ultrasound is essential because it provides valuable information about your pregnancy. If you are considering abortion, you need the answers to the following three questions, and only an ultrasound can give you those answers. 

  1. Is the pregnancy in the uterus (and not ectopic)?  
  2. Is your pregnancy viable/living? 
  3. How far along is your pregnancy? 

All of our services are at no cost to you. 

Our priority is that you receive the skilled medical care and support you need when you’re facing an unexpected pregnancy. 

No, we are not required to tell your parents you visited our clinic. You can receive all our services, which will remain completely confidential even if you’re under 18.

Yes, you can be pregnant and have an STI/STD at the same time. Having an untreated STI/STD while pregnant can cause serious harm to you and your pregnancy.

It’s vital that you are tested in early pregnancy whether you plan to continue your pregnancy or not. We can help.

Yes, Corbella Clinic is a medical clinic with licensed registered nurses and a licensed medical director. You will be compassionately cared for by our medical professionals, who undergo extensive training and continuing education to provide you with high-quality, skilled pregnancy medical care.

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