The OPC can help you walk through the difficult decision you may be facing regarding your pregnancy. Our trained advocates are able to educate you on all your options including abortion, adoption and parenting.
We offer a medical grade urine pregnancy test that measures at approximately 20 units of HCG hormone. Your test may be self-administered with instruction or may be administered by our medical staff. Blood HCG tests are not available at the OPC.
Most clients can expect to be with us for 45-60 minutes. However, we will give you all the time you need and do our best to answer all your questions.
After confirming your pregnancy, we are able to offer you an appointment for a free ultrasound. Pregnancy Tests and Ultrasounds are not usually done on the same day.
With a positive pregnancy test, we can give you a Verification of Pregnancy letter that will help you to obtain free health insurance through the State of Michigan.
After confirming your pregnancy in our office, you may choose to schedule an appointment for an ultrasound. This painless medical test is the next step in determining the viability of your pregnancy. Regardless of which pregnancy option you choose, ultrasound is an invaluable tool and just like our other services it is offered free of charge.
Why have an Ultrasound
Most clients are with us for 60-90 minutes for an ultrasound. You will have a chance to view the ultrasound image and take pictures if you wish.
If you have already scheduled your ultrasound and are in need of instructions for your appointment you can view them here.
The Oxford Pregnancy Center does not distribute any form of contraception. We do, however, have education available for you about the many types of birth control available, the methods of use, side effects and failure rates.
Emergency contraception is not available at the Oxford Pregnancy Center. The FDA suggests that all women obtain a pregnancy test prior to taking Plan B or Ella. We can provide this test for you along with information about how emergency contraception works and whether or not you may have been ovulating (fertile) during the time of sexual encounter.
Some things to consider if you engage in sexual activity:
If you are concerned you have an STI: