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What Is a Medical Abortion?

If you’ve recently discovered you’re unexpectedly pregnant, you may be looking into your options. One of your options early in a pregnancy is what is known as a medical abortion. This is the process of using drugs to terminate a pregnancy.  It’s critical to be fully informed about abortion and its impact on your health

My Partner Is Pressuring Me to Have an Abortion, But I’m Not Sure

Handling an unexpected pregnancy can be overwhelming, especially if you feel pressured to make certain choices. It’s important to remember that these pressures should not dictate your decision. Prioritizing your well-being means making the choice about your pregnancy that feels right to you. Continue reading to learn how to navigate making a personal decision about

How will abortion affect me physically?

Abortion is a serious medical procedure. Like any medical intervention, it requires careful consideration. Understanding the physical impacts of abortion is crucial for any woman thinking about it or wanting to learn more. In this article, we will cover the various types of abortion and what physical changes you might expect both immediately and over

I’ve Already Had an Abortion and Don’t Want Another One. What Are My Options?

If you find yourself unexpectedly pregnant again after already having had an abortion, you may be wondering about your other options. You don’t have to have another abortion. There are different avenues available to you, such as adoption or parenting. Do you want to talk to someone about your options? A Pregnancy Center and Clinic

I’ve Already Had an Abortion and Don’t Want Another One. What Are My Options?

If you’ve had an abortion before, you might not want to go through it again. If you’ve found out you’re pregnant again, you understandably are feeling very anxious about what you can do. You have two choices: you can decide to raise the child or consider adoption. Exploring these alternatives thoroughly can help you make

How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

It can be easy to find information on the physical effects of an abortion. How it could affect you mentally and emotionally is often left out of the discussion. While it’s different for every woman, some things can leave you more at risk.   Understanding and safeguarding your mental well-being, especially in the face of an

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

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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.