Free Limited Obstetric Ultrasounds

Once you have taken a positive pregnancy test, your next best step is to receive a limited obstetric ultrasound. Through this service, we can confirm whether you have a viable pregnancy. If you believe you might be pregnant, contact us today for a pregnancy test and subsequent ultrasound.

Ultrasounds are available the first Monday of every month, or by appointment through our Mobile Ultrasound Unit. 
Las consultas de sonogramas están disponibles en Español.

How Far Along Am I?

With so many questions running through your mind after a positive pregnancy test, one of the most important is: how far along am I? An ultrasound can help answer that question and others to help you accurately determine your next steps.

An ultrasound can help answer the following questions: 

  • Do I have a viable pregnancy? (Can a fetal heartbeat be detected?)
  • How far along am I? (The type of abortion procedure is based on this information.)
  • What is my estimated due date? (How much time do I have to make a decision?)
  • Is the pregnancy in the uterus? (Pregnancies that develop outside the uterus, known as ectopic pregnancies can be life-threatening.)
  • What is my chance of miscarrying? (According to the Mayo Clinic, around 10 to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage.)

In addition to providing the above information to you, an ultrasound is also a vital step if you are considering abortion.

Why Ultrasounds Are Important

While a positive pregnancy test can indicate pregnancy, the only way to confirm if your pregnancy is viable is through an ultrasound. Having an ultrasound is imperative to the decision-making process, no matter what option you’re considering. Even if you’re wanting an abortion, you’ll need to obtain a proof of pregnancy and learn how far along you are to determine which type of procedure you can have.

Office Hours:
Monday to Thursday, 10 AM to 4 PM

We’re conveniently located on the Waterbury to New Haven route of the Connecticut Transit Bus Line. There is a bus stop at the Cheshire Public Library and we’re right next door at
110 Main Street Cheshire, CT 06410.

We do not perform, nor refer for abortions.

Contact Us:

Call 203.271.2703
or email us at hopepcct@gmail.com
While our center is not a medical facility, we do offer consultations and accurate information about all pregnancy options. The information presented on this website is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.  If you are having a medical emergency, please visit your local emergency room immediately.