The Pregnancy Calculator above provides an estimation of gestation (how long you have been pregnant) from reported last normal menstrual period and does not constitute medical advice. A missed period does not necessarily mean that you are pregnant, and having a period like bleeding does not mean you are not pregnant. If your period has been late, early, shorter than normal, and/or longer than normal you may have been having bleeding during pregnancy. Only an exam, pregnancy test, or ultrasound by a physician can confirm pregnancy and approximate length of pregnancy. This calculator should be used as a guide only and should not be relied upon for weeks of pregnancy, conception date, or due date.
If you are currently enrolled in Illinois Medicaid or eligible for Medicaid and willing to apply for coverage we will be able to provide abortion care for you at NO COST in most cases. You will not have to pay anything for care related to your abortion including sedation, medications, lab testing, ultrasound, or RhoGAM if you have a negative blood type. For more information look under the ‘Fees’ section on the main page of our website and click on the option ‘Information Regarding Abortion Services for Illinois Residents’
You must bring in proof of current Medicaid eligibility or documentation that you have already applied for Medicaid coverage to the office on the day of your visit. You can also email the document(s) to FPA before your visit. The email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes. We recommend scheduling an appointment because our facilities offer different kinds of appointments on different days. Most often some instructions are needed in order for you to prepare for your visit as well.
We will make every effort to accommodate same day appointment requests.
Appointments are available for the same day or the following day, depending on our schedule. We are very flexible with our schedule and will make every effort to accommodate your request.
No. A pregnancy test and ultrasound will be performed in our office when you arrive for your appointment.