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I Don’t Want To Be Pregnant. Is Abortion My Only Option?

If you’ve recently learned that you’re pregnant and don’t want to be, you may struggle with what to do next. Understandably, you may feel abortion is your only option. However, you should first familiarize yourself with the procedure and understand you do have two other choices: adoption and parenting. Abortion: What To Know In a

Why Talk to Us About Abortion?

Facing an unplanned pregnancy can be an overwhelming experience, leaving you uncertain about where to seek guidance and support.  A Pregnancy Center and Clinic is committed to providing free pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, referrals, and education on all your pregnancy options. Contact us to make a free and confidential appointment. Continue reading to learn more about

How Can I Recover Emotionally After An Abortion?

Healing emotionally from an abortion is an intensely individual experience. Recognizing that many women go through various emotions during this period is crucial. Feeling guilt, relief, sadness, or a sense of loss is completely normal.  Often overlooked, the emotional toll of an abortion can lead many women to deal with their emotions quietly and alone.

3 Things Needed Before Abortion

Have you recently discovered you’re pregnant? You may have many questions about what to do next, especially if the pregnancy was unplanned. Even if you are considering abortion, there are three essential steps to take before you proceed. But first, do you need to confirm your pregnancy? A Pregnancy Center and Clinic provides free pregnancy

Is Abortion or Adoption Right for Me?

Deciding between abortion and adoption is an incredibly personal choice and can be influenced by a variety of factors. Look into your choices by finding out what’s involved. With abortion, like any serious medical procedure, there’s some risk involved. Pregnancy and childbirth after choosing adoption also come with medical risks, but these can be managed

What Are the Signs of an Incomplete Abortion?

It’s important to understand that no symptom or sign of complications after an abortion is too small. If you’ve had an abortion and are experiencing heavy bleeding, pelvic pain, or a fever, seek medical attention immediately. These symptoms may be signs of an incomplete abortion or other complications after abortion. Common Signs of Incomplete Abortion

What Are the Mental Health Effects of Abortion?

It’s impossible to predict how a woman will respond mentally to experiencing an abortion. While some women may feel relief and move on with their lives, others may struggle with overwhelming feelings of guilt, shame, loss, and sadness. The mental health effects of abortion can occur immediately after an abortion or may surface months or

What Are the Different Types of Abortion?

Your world may feel like it has stopped when you learn you’re pregnant, especially if it is unplanned. You may wonder what pregnancy options are available, including abortion. It is vital to understand the different side effects and risks associated with abortion so you can make an informed decision.  Two procedures are offered: medical abortion

What Are the Risks of Abortion?

Both medical and surgical abortion carry associated risks to the woman. Understanding these risks can help you weigh your decision to determine if abortion is right for you.  To better understand all your options regarding the outcome of your pregnancy, including abortion methods, schedule a free options counseling appointment with A Pregnancy Center and Clinic.

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What Are the Types of Abortion?

There are two major types of abortion. We offer more information about abortion and to discuss risks thoroughly before you make a decision. Know the facts.

Is Adoption for Me?

Are you considering the option of adoption? As the birth mother, you choose the adoption plan you’re comfortable with and the adoptive family.

Do I Need An Ultrasound?

If you received a positive pregnancy test and your results are confirmed, an ultrasound is needed. Ultrasounds provide crucial information about your health, well-being, and options for your pregnancy in the decision process.