If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy and don’t want to have an abortion, please know that these feelings are normal. This is a big decision, and you deserve to have all of the facts. You have two other options: adoption and parenting. Learning more about these options will help you to make an informed choice.
Are you experiencing overwhelming emotions after your abortion? You are not alone. Studies show both medical and surgical abortion procedures come with physical, social, and psychological side effects. Maybe you didn’t expect to have so much regret, guilt, or anxiety after the procedure, and you need help recovering. Or maybe it’s been years since your
Telling your parents you’re pregnant can feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders, but you are not alone! We know it’s scary, but it won’t be like this forever. Process the News Yourself Try your best to process the news yourself before talking to your parents. Give yourself permission to feel
There are many reasons you could be considering abortion or adoption for your unplanned pregnancy. Life often throws us curveballs, but it’s what we do with them that writes our story. We know it’s not an easy choice as you navigate some of the big questions that come with this life-altering decision. You are not
Did you recently have unprotected sex? Do you think you may be experiencing early pregnancy symptoms? We understand how nerve-racking this can seem, but you are not alone. Some women experience signs like nausea, tender breasts, or major fatigue. Take a pregnancy test to be sure and follow it up with another test at our
With abortion, there are major risks involved. No matter which type of abortion you may qualify for, there are risks to your health to consider. Risks of Both Types of Abortion The risks of abortion vary a bit depending on the type of abortion: medical or surgical. In the first trimester, medical abortion is done