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Why Talk to Us About Abortion?

A pregnancy decision will impact your future in a significant way. Feel informed to make a decision by considering the facts. Talk to us today to get clarity about abortion, the risks, and how to confirm your pregnancy to safeguard your health.  You don’t have to figure out this all alone. Talk with us in

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How Can I Recover Emotionally After an Abortion?

Are you feeling the weight of regret, fear, sadness, or anger after an abortion? Maybe it’s only been a couple of weeks, or perhaps it’s been a couple of years. No matter where you are in your journey after abortion, it’s never too late to begin the emotional healing process.  You are not alone. You

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3 Things to Consider Before Abortion?

We know how confusing it may feel to determine what’s next for you in an unplanned pregnancy. We want to reassure you that you are not alone. If you’re thinking about abortion, here are the 3 things to consider before abortion to best safeguard your health. 1. Confirm Your Pregnancy Details Once you’ve taken a

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Is Abortion or Adoption Right for Me?

The outcome of your pregnancy is a personal choice that no one can make for you. If you are facing an unexpected pregnancy, feeling overwhelmed and paralyzed during your decision-making process is normal. However, this decision will significantly affect your life, and you are the only person that can determine the best decision for your

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What Are the Signs of an Incomplete Abortion? 

You may be experiencing symptoms such as cramping, fever, or severe bleeding after an abortion procedure.  It’s important not to let this go for too long without getting medical attention, as you may have signs of incomplete abortion. It can be a threat to your health if not treated right away. What is an Incomplete

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What are the Mental Health Effects of Abortion?

Every woman will have a different emotional reaction to experiencing an abortion. Some women only feel relief, while others struggle with sadness, guilt, shame, regret, or grief. These feelings may be immediate, or they may take years to surface.  No one can accurately predict how an individual woman’s mental health will be affected by abortion. 

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What are the Different Types of Abortion?

There is more than one type of abortion procedure, each done at different points of pregnancy. The two types of abortion procedures include medical abortion and surgical abortion. Medical Abortion Also called ‘the abortion pill,’ medical abortion involves not one but two drugs that end an existing pregnancy. The first drug, mifepristone, works to block

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What Are the Risks of Abortion?

There are many potential risks associated with abortion. It’s important to discuss your options and understand what those risks are. Different types of abortions can pose various factors of concern.  Some adverse reactions to any abortion procedure include extreme bleeding, allergic reactions to medications utilized, infection, or incomplete abortion. You will want to discuss risks

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