Considering an Abortion near Charles Village - Baltimore, MD?
You are not Alone.
You are not Alone.
Whether you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, have questions about abortion, or need a referral for STD testing and treatment, we are here for you.
Call us at (443) 884-9201 or make an appointment online.
If you’re pregnant and considering abortion, visit Options Baltimore @328. Our center provides free and confidential consultations to help you make an informed decision about abortion. Make an appointment to talk about your personal situation, discuss the abortion methods that may be available to you and get answers to any questions you may have.
Finding yourself unexpectedly pregnant can be overwhelming, confusing and scary. This is not what you had planned for your life right now. Many women feel that abortion makes the most sense for them given their current life circumstances.
We are here to discuss your options and learn more about each path. Abortion is a medical procedure, and there are steps to take before you make a decision today that may impact your life tomorrow.
Our professional client advocates and ultrasound technician are here to answer any questions you may have about pregnancy, abortion, sexual health or adoption, providing you with medically accurate and up-to-date information. Most importantly, they are here to listen to any and all of your concerns in a confidential environment.
Am I Really Pregnant? And if so, is my pregnancy viable (living)? Is there a heartbeat? Am I at risk for a natural miscarriage?
There are 2 things to verify before scheduling an abortion: a positive pregnancy and a viable pregnancy. At Options Baltimore @328, we offer FREE lab quality pregnancy tests to confirm your pregnancy. If you are at least 8 weeks along in your pregnancy, we will offer you a FREE ultrasound to confirm if your baby is viable (living) and is in the uterus (as opposed to a tubal pregnancy). You may be unaware that 20% of women experience natural miscarriage in the first trimester1 (first 12 weeks) of pregnancy, so an ultrasound is the first step prior to scheduling any medical procedure. Your risk can be best assessed through ultrasound.