Free Abortion Screenings Near Sandy Springs


Providing Advanced Abortion Screenings to Women in Sandy Springs

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Women’s Clinic of Atlanta – Johns Creek: 678-893-5290

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If you’re facing an unexpected pregnancy, the Women’s Clinic of Atlanta is here to provide you with confidential support and expert medical services. Our Johns Creek clinic location is conveniently located about 10 miles from Sandy Springs, and we can help you process your thoughts about your pregnancy. We have licensed medical professionals that routinely perform abortion screenings and advanced abortion screnings to help Sandy Springs women make informed choices about their pregnancies.

During the abortion screening, we’ll answer some important and frequently asked medical questions preparing you for an abortion, including:

Do I have proof of pregnancy?
Before getting an abortion, you’ll need verified evidence from a medical professional that you’re pregnant. In Georgia, women are required to have documented proof of pregnancy from a licensed medical professional 24 hours before an abortion. Our advanced abortion screening service provides women in Sandy Springs with accurate, lab-quality pregnancy test results free of charge.

Is my pregnancy viable?
During our advanced abortion screening consultation, our licensed medical professionals will determine if your pregnancy is likely to end with a natural miscarriage. This service includes monitoring for a heartbeat. Reputable medical providers recommend women eliminate miscarriage as a possibility before getting an abortion.

How far along is my pregnancy?
In Georgia, the gestational age of your pregnancy, or how far along you are, determines the type of abortion you’re eligible to have. Our experienced medical team will determine the fetal and gestational age, then discuss your options with you. Safe and responsible abortion providers require pre-abortion ultrasounds to accurately determine the gestational age.

Advanced abortion screenings include highly recommended services that will answer the following questions:

Do I have chlamydia or gonorrhea and if so, how will it impact my abortion procedure?

STIs such as chlamydia and gonorrhea can increase your risk of infection during an abortion. The Centers for Disease Control strongly recommends you undergo chlamydia and gonorrhea testing and treatment before getting an abortion. Women’s Clinic of Atlanta offers this service free of charge during the advanced abortion screening appointment.

Does my blood type need to be checked prior to the abortion? 

Reputable abortion providers request Rh Factor testing prior to a surgical abortion to determine if medication is needed. Women’s Clinic of Atlanta offers this service free of charge during the Advanced Abortion Screening appointment.

Should I get my blood level checked prior to the abortion?

The medical community strongly recommends hemoglobin testing to determine blood level risk concern prior to an abortion. Women’s Clinic of Atlanta offers this service free of charge during the advanced abortion screening appointment.

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Women’s Clinic of Atlanta – Johns Creek Location

678-893-5290
2750 Old Alabama Road, Suite 100
Johns Creek, GA 30022

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Free Pregnancy Services Near Sandy Springs

Dealing with an unplanned pregnancy can be overwhelming, but we are here to support you! The Women’s Clinic of Atlanta has offered free, confidential support and medical care for over 20 years. Our compassionate team of licensed medical professionals and trained patient advocates are committed to providing women in Sandy Springs with free pregnancy services including:

  • Abortion Screening
  • Advanced Abortion Screenings
  • Early Detection Pregnancy Tests
  • STI Testing and Treatment
  • Unplanned Pregnancy Resources