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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 your pregnancy, one that is uninfluenced by external pressures. If you prefer discussing your pregnancy options with someone, consider scheduling a free appointment with A Pregnancy Center and Clinic. 

Although the ultimate decision is yours, we are here to support and guide you as you explore your choices.

Remember: This Is Your Pregnancy

Your partner’s perspectives and opinions are valuable in a relationship, but it’s essential that they do not diminish or override your own feelings and beliefs. 

This is particularly important when it comes to abortion. Some women who felt pressured into an abortion suffered negative mental health consequences down the line, such as anxiety, guilt, depression, etc. 

This pregnancy is yours, and you are the only one who can decide what’s best for your well-being.

Get Informed

Understanding the details and impact of abortion, adoption, and parenting empowers you to make a decision based on facts rather than assumptions or external pressures.

The uncertainty surrounding an unexpected or challenging pregnancy can be overwhelming. By educating yourself about all available options, you can reduce anxiety and stress associated with feeling uncertain or unprepared. Knowing what each path holds can help you feel more in control of your situation.

You Are Not Alone

Even if you don’t have the support of your partner, you are not alone with A Pregnancy Center and Clinic.

We’re here to provide free pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, and options counseling to help you feel equipped to handle the challenges of pregnancy.
Contact us to make an appointment today.

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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.