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About Us

Who Is Aspire?

We are a network of pregnancy clinics and education centers providing clear and truthful medical-based pregnancy confirmation and education for men and women facing unplanned pregnancy or sexual health crisis. Aspire has been serving the Lee County and Collier Counties for over 20 years. We believe a real choice involves knowing all the facts and no one should be forced to decide because they lack support and encouragement.

We serve all women without discrimination.

F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked

What can I take for my nausea that will be safe for the baby?

You may take 25 mg. of Vitamin B6 three times the first (morning, noon and at bedtime). We also recommend ginger tea, or sucking on candied ginger or “Preggie Drops” may also be helpful in reducing nausea and vomiting. If these fail to alleviate your nausea or vomiting, please consult your physician for further treatment.

How long does nausea usually last?

Each pregnancy is different but in general often time the nausea is felt mostly in the first trimester.

What should I be eating?

Our doctor recommends increasing protein-rich, plant-based foods (beans, nuts, green vegetables, whole grains)

  • Fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Choose whole grain bread and pasta – limit those made with white flour
  • Limit foods high in mercury (like tuna)
  • Do not eat uncooked meat or eggs or drink unpasteurized milk
  • Drink 8-10 8 oz. glasses of water per day – avoid sodas and multiple servings of fruit juices
  • Avoid regular intake of fast foods (hamburger, hot dogs, fries)
What activities should I avoid?
  • Emptying a cat litter box - some cats carry the disease toxoplasmosis which exposure to cat feces can cause the woman to get the disease which is very harmful to unborn babies.
  • Avoid getting overheated during pregnancy, whether from heavy exercise, sauna and hot tubs
  • Don’t breathe in fumes from paint, spray cans or insecticides.

Harmful substances to avoid – caffeine, artificial sweeteners, alcohol, and drugs like marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, etc.

When does the baby’s heart start beating?

Literature states the heart begins to beat within the first month of life (conception).

Naples Clinic

15205 Collier Blvd, Suite 209
Naples, FL 34119

Call or Text: (239) 217-4838 for information or questions.

Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed

Fort Myers Clinic

4969 Royal Gulf Circle
Fort Myers, FL 33966

Call or Text: (239) 217-4838 for information or questions.

Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed