Q & A

All appointments at the Lighthouse Pregnancy Center are completely free. This is made possible through the generous support of individuals and organizations. 

While a missed period is the most common pregnancy symptom, it is not the only one. There are several additional symptoms, such as:

  • I feel like throwing up sometimes
  • My breasts feel tender
  • I have to pee more often
  • I’m more tired than usual
  • I’m having mood swings

Although not everyone experiences these signs, the symptoms above are commonly associated with early pregnancy. If you believe you may be pregnant, please Contact us about a no-cost consultation and pregnancy test. 

Yes.  We want everyone who comes through our doors to feel comfortable, so guests are welcome.

Pregnant and not sure what to do? Learn about your options and what to expect next.  

If you think you might be pregnant, you have many choices facing you right now, and it can be overwhelming to be faced with so much all at once.  You might be considering options like abortion that you haven’t previously thought about.  We are here to help you no matter what choice you make, but first there are some important things to think about before considering abortion.  

Before having an abortion, it is important to have your pregnancy confirmed.  There are many reasons that you could have missed your period or that you are experiencing other symptoms of pregnancy.  It will only add to your concerns to start thinking about abortion if you have not taken a pregnancy test yet.  Even if you have taken a home test, it’s wise to take another confirming test.  

Contact us to schedule your free appointment for an accurate pregnancy test to confirm a pregnancy and to talk about your options.

We know that each individual set of circumstances is unique. Our desire is for you to leave our office feeling empowered to make the best choice regarding your pregnancy. We can discuss your options with absolutely no pressure.

Your visit is always confidential. We will never disclose your visit without your permission.

We do not provide contraceptives or contraceptive services. We encourage you to talk with your primary care doctor about contraceptive needs.