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Thinking about Abortion?

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Pregnancy Resource Center Medial Clinic

When pregnancy is not in your plans, a choice needs to be made: Abortion, Adoption or Parenting.

Get the facts to make the CHOICE that's BEST FOR YOU! Stop and breathe... You've got time...

PLUS it's important to verify you're actually pregnant. Our nurses can help. And we can do it for FREE. #YOUMATTER

"My friend told me about Pregnancy Resource Center. I called and met with a nurse. The test was simple and everything was explained in a way that was easy to understand. Pregnancy Resource Center helped me through a difficult time, I would highly recommend them to anyone. Plus it was totally free." - Katie

When you have an unplanned pregnancy you have 3 tough choices: Abortion, Adoption, or Parenting.

Contact us for detailed informaiton on all of these choices.

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Free Pregnancy Tests

No appointment nesscessary.
Must be here by 4pm.

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STD Testing

Free & Confidential

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Pregnancy Counseling

Confidential & Non-Judgmental

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between medical (RU 486) and a surgical abortion?

There are a variety of factors to consider when determining medical vs. surgical abortion [failure rate, time to completion, need for anesthesia, bleeding, surgery risk, long term complications and provider presence]. Determining gestational age will greatly help you in your decision making. An ultrasound is used to best identify gestational age. Call to schedule an appointment.

Can I bring my partner?

You will meet with a nurse one-on-one initially. After the initial consult, we welcome anyone you feel will be supportive of you.

Could I still be pregnant after taking a morning after pill?

The morning after pill (MAP) works by suppressing ovulation and preventing implantation. If a woman has not yet ovulated, MAP works as a contraceptive by suppressing ovulation. However, if a woman has become pregnant, but the embryo has not yet implanted, the use of MAP will work to prevent implantation, causing an abortion. To identify possible pregnancy, a urine pregnancy test can detect positive pregnancy results as early as one day after a missed period, or 3-4 days after implantation. [Ref: The Morning After Pill, Get the Facts, Heritage House 2011.]

Should I get tested for an STD if I have no symptoms?

Yes.

Do I have an STD?

It is can be very hard to say if you have a STD without proper testing. Some STDs show little or no symptoms. If you have had any sexual contact in your life, you could be at risk of being infected with a STD and should be tested regularly.

How much will the test cost?

All of our services are free of charge with the exception of the fee with a consult with our Physcian's Assistant or Doctor for a Pap Test.

Do I need insurance?

Our services are either free of charge or reduced significantly. Insurance is not needed.

How long will my appointment last?

This depends on the service provided. Our appointment for testing typically last 45 minutes to an hour to ensure all your questions and concerns are addressed.

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Pregnancy Resource Center Medical Clinic

Pregnancy Resource Center is located just blocks between St. Cloud State Campus and the Chipotle on Division Street. Suite 170 on 5th Ave South, We're the one with the "YOU MATTER" sign in the windows. We are here to help!

chat 305 5th Ave South
Suite #170
St. Cloud, MN 56301

Walk-ins welcome
as appointments are avilable.

Monday - Friday
10am - 5pm

callCall 320-253-1962 or
Text 320-434-1772

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