Frequently Asked Questions
When should I get a limited obstetric ultrasound?
Verifying the results of a pregnancy test is essential. Although your period may be late and your test is positive, there is a possibility you will miscarry. Experts say up to 26% (or more) of pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage. It’s possible to get a positive pregnancy test result days or weeks after a miscarriage.
Only limited obstetric ultrasound can determine if your pregnancy is viable (developing), where it’s located, and how far along you are. Get a limited obstetric ultrasound before making any decision about your pregnancy.
How do I know if I am pregnant?
A late period is usually the first sign of pregnancy, but you can skip a period for several reasons. Some other symptoms include tender breasts, fatigue, frequent urination, and nausea. Your first step is to take a no-cost pregnancy test at Assurance.
What are the signs of an STI?
Many sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have no immediate symptoms, which is why people put off being tested. One in five people today have an STI, so if you are sexually active, there is a chance you can have one.
Signs may include the following:
- Painful urination
- Discharge from the penis in men
- Vaginal discharge in women
Don’t rely on symptoms to tell you when to get tested. Make an appointment today!
How much does it cost for your services?
All of our pregnancy and STI testing services are offered at no cost. We do not notify an insurance company.