Most pregnancy tests are generally accurate; however, it might be a good idea to have an ultrasound. One in four pregnancies end in miscarriage, so an abortion might not be necessary. A limited ultrasound can help determine what options are available to you by determining how far along you are and the viability of your pregnancy.

What does an ultrasound do?

  • Checks to see if there’s a fetus and a heartbeat
  • Tells you how far along you are
  • Checks for twins
  • Can determine if there are signs of miscarriage or tubal pregnancy

We will need a positive pregnancy test before scheduling an ultrasound. Schedule a test to get started.

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Where can I get an ultrasound?

At The Women’s Clinic of Columbus, pregnancy testing and limited ultrasounds are offered at no charge to you. Ultrasounds are provided by a nurse or doctor. The nurses and doctors are trained specialists and can answer questions you might have about your pregnancy and the options available to you. We require a positive pregnancy test before an ultrasound can be performed.