If you’re overwhelmed about an unplanned pregnancy, you may be considering an abortion. Before you make any decisions, get as much information as possible so that you can make an informed choice. You are not alone. PCC is here to help you get answers and find hope. We take time to talk with you about your abortion options, and all services are FREE.
Before getting any type of abortion, you will need to know for sure that you’re actually pregnant and how far along you are. Even if you have pregnancy symptoms or have taken a home test, you should take a free pregnancy test at Pregnancy Care Clinic. Our tests are medical quality and more accurate than most over-the-counter varieties.
You deserve to know what abortion methods are used at different stages of pregnancy and what risks are involved in each procedure. PCC can help you understand all the facts, so you can make an informed decision. Make an appointment today to meet with one of our professional staff members who can provide information, listen to your concerns, and answer your questions.
Statistics show that 1 in 4 early pregnancies end in natural miscarriage so you may not even need an abortion. If you have a positive pregnancy test at Pregnancy Care Clinic, you are eligible for a free, limited ultrasound to determine the status and estimated gestational age of your pregnancy. This information may help you in your decision-making process. Schedule an appointment today for a free pregnancy test and ultrasound.
Having more than one abortion carries increased health risks and possible fertility implications. At PCC we can talk about your concerns and give you information so you can make a fully informed decision about whether having another abortion is right for you.
Make an appointment at PCC call 618-548-3111 or 618-532-3111 to talk about your personal situation.
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Centralia is a city in Clinton, Jefferson, Marion, and Washington counties in the U.S. state of Illinois. The population was 13,032 as of the 2010 census, down from 14,136 in 2000. The current mayor is Tom Ashby.