Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Anyone experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, particularly for the first time, is going to have a lot of questions. Below, we have included some of the most common things women in your position ask themselves before visiting our offices. Of course, this list is by no means exhaustive, and we would be happy to answer any and all additional questions you may have.

How much does my appointment cost?

All appointments with Women’s Resource Medical Center of Southern Nevada are free. You are under no obligation to pay for anything, and insurance is not required. All you need to bring is some form of identification.

What if I’m unsure of how I want to proceed with my pregnancy?

Not having made a final decision is okay and completely normal. That is part of why we are here for you — to help you along in that decision-making process. Our staff can provide you with the information and resources you need to make a healthy, informed decision.

Can I visit you if I’m under 18?

Regardless of your age, Women’s Resource Medical Center of Southern Nevada will happily provide you with our free and confidential services. Just because you are under 18 does not mean that you have no say in what should happen to your body, regardless of what others — particularly parents or other authority figures — have to say.

Will anyone find out about my appointment?

One of Women’s Resource Medical Center of Southern Nevada’s core beliefs is that everyone we see has a right to privacy. Therefore, we do not share your information with anyone, including your parents.

Can I bring someone with me to my appointment?

In order to make you feel as comfortable as possible, you are welcome to bring a friend, family member or significant other to your appointment. Due to HIPAA laws, however, there will be times during your appointment where they may be asked to step out of the room for a moment.

Yes, you are more than welcome to have someone present at your appointment, whether that is a friend, family member or significant other. However, due to HIPAA laws, there will be select times during your appointment when your companion may be asked to briefly leave the room.

Do I need to have my parents with me?

You do not need to have your parents with you. All you need to bring is some form of identification.