If you are concerned or stressed about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and are unsure about the signs of pregnancy or pregnancy symptoms, in the midst of this pandemic – CAPS Pregnancy Clinics in San Diego are here to help.
First things first – have a nurse verify that you are pregnant and get a Free ultrasound to find out how far along you are.
CAPS patient care teams can help you get the pregnancy support services and/or medical services you need, and talk through your concerns.
Questions and Answers
- What is Coronavirus COVID-19?
- Am I ‘at risk’ if I’m pregnant?
- If I test positive for COVID-19, will my baby get it too?
- What can I do to protect myself?
Take a deep breath…we’ll help you get through this. We can help answer questions you have about COVID19 and/or provide guidance and resources.
What can I do to protect myself?
Do your best to follow current health officials guidance, including your doctor. Also ensure that you’re staying active and getting fresh air! Balance is important, and so is your mental health walks are encouraged in non-crowded areas.
From the CDC (Center for Disease Control & Protection), here is some other useful information and recommendations:
We Are Here for You
You are not alone, you are valued and cared for
Unplanned pregnancy may feel frightening but at CAPS we are here to support you through every stage of your journey. We want you to know all of your pregnancy options and feel confident and fully supported. Many of our staff have been just where you are and we listen with compassion, not judgment. As resource providers and networkers, we will walk with you to places of safety, health, and wholeness so that you feel empowered in each step of your decision-making process.
Free Pregnancy Services
During this time especially, we recognize that finances may be tight. At CAPS, Pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, and consultation are always FREE of charge. STD/STI tests are offered at little to no cost – no one is turned away due to inability to pay.
All our services to you are private – your privacy is important to us.
Due to recent health concerns we are taking extra precautions to prioritize the safety of our patients and their families. These procedures will ensure that we are helping to contain the spread of any illnesses and thus ensuring the health of all our patients and staff.
- You will be asked several screening questions on the phone when you call for an appointment.
- If you have fever, cough, or difficulty breathing we will postpone your appointment until you are well.
- In addition, when you arrive at our clinic, you will be given a screening questionnaire and your temperature may be taken.
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