Pregnancy Testing

If you need answers we can test for pregnancy with 99%* accuracy. Some pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage. If you received a positive result from a home pregnancy test, an additional urine test provided by FirstLook is still recommended to ensure you are still pregnant or did not receive a false positive at home. Once we confirm pregnancy, we may schedule an ultrasound to determine how far along you are in your pregnancy. Options counseling is available along with pregnancy testing. Learn more on our Support page.

Male & Female STI Testing & Treatment

Both men and women can take advantage of our Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing and treatment. Testing is particularly important if you are pregnant. Identifying and treating STIs early in pregnancy is vital to ensure the health of you and your baby. Our Registered Nurses will provide you with test results for the common STIs, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia, and administer the appropriate course of treatment if needed.


After we verify your pregnancy, a registered nurse (RN) may conduct an ultrasound to determine gestational age (how far along you are) and if there is a heartbeat. The ultrasound done at FirstLook is not done to determine gender. This means that you will learn your due date, and if far enough along, view the heartbeat.

Abortion Pill Reversal

Time is of the essence. For those seeking to reverse the effects of the abortion pill, the goal is to start the protocol within 24 hours of taking the first abortion pill. However, there have been many successful reversals when treatment was started within 72 hours of taking the first abortion pill. Even if 72 hours have passed, request an appointment. We are here to help. It may not be too late.

Post-Abortion Care

You should have follow-up care with your abortion provider to be sure that the abortion is complete regardless if it was surgical or medical (abortion pill). Undetected complications could be detrimental to your health or future fertility. If access to follow-up care with your abortion provider is not possible, please request an appointment. If you have immediate concerns, please seek medical care promptly with your own physician or go to the nearest Emergency Department.

Domestic Violence Screening

Domestic violence screening is administered by a registered nurse (RN). Referrals to local resources will be provided as needed.


*Patient package insert, Product # W1SMC-C, SMC Direct.