How To Handle The News

Did your partner recently announce that she took a positive pregnancy test? That can evoke any number of emotions, including concern and fear. We understand how surprised you might be that she’s pregnant, and we want you to know we’re here for you, too.

Specially trained male staff members stand ready to discuss your concerns and provide support unique to your role. Don’t hesitate to reach out.

Has She Verified Her Pregnancy?

Although she may have a late period and a positive pregnancy test, there is more to learn. Experts say up to 26% of pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage, and the number could be higher. It is possible to get a positive pregnancy test result days or even weeks after a miscarriage. How do you tell if she’s miscarried? A limited obstetric ultrasound is your best bet.

A No-Cost limited obstetric ultrasound

Contact Assurance regarding no-cost clinical-grade pregnancy testing and a no-cost limited obstetric ultrasound. A limited obstetric ultrasound can answer these three critical questions:

  1. Is the pregnancy viable (developing), or is she at risk for miscarriage?
  2. Where is the pregnancy located? If it is not in her uterus, it could be a life-threatening situation.
  3. How far along is she in her pregnancy?

Answers to Your Questions

When confronted with the possibility of becoming a father, you need someone you can trust to talk through your situation. Our male staff members understand the confusion and concern you have. They can speak with you about a variety of different topics:

  • Have you explored your options for the pregnancy? We offer factual information on abortion procedures, side effects, and potential risks she may experience.
  • Have you thought about making an adoption plan? We can offer referrals to reputable adoption agencies in our area.
  • Are you and your partner continuing your relationship and contemplating co-parenting or marriage? If so, we can provide short-term material and informational support to assist you.

Contact us to make an appointment for the two of you or come alone. We’re here for you.

We do not provide or refer for abortion.