Is an Online Abortion or At-Home Abortion Safe?

The idea of online or at-home abortions might seem appealing for their privacy and convenience. Still, the risks associated with the lack of professional medical oversight, the potential for receiving incorrect drugs, and the absence of personalized health assessments can all pose a severe risk to your health. If you’re considering an abortion, first talk

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

The pressures of an unexpected pregnancy by itself can be a lot to handle. Having a partner who wants you to choose abortion only adds to the pressure valve. However, don’t let anything or anyone phase you. Remember, this is your pregnancy and your decision at the end of the day. We’ll discuss what you

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How an Adoption Plan Can Prevent Depression Caused by Abortion

If you’re unexpectedly pregnant and considering your options, it’s essential to consider your emotional health as well as your physical health. Studies have shown that some women can experience mental health issues even years after the procedure. Those at risk showed signs of: Relationship problems Substance misuse Depression Suicidal ideation PTSD You may not be

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I Don’t Want Another Abortion

If you’ve determined that another abortion is not what you want, it’s important to acknowledge that your choice is valid and should be honored. Remember, the decision regarding your pregnancy is yours alone, and no one should coerce you into making a specific choice. The alternatives available to you are parenting or adoption. Each of

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Do I Have to Tell My Partner I Want an Abortion?

If you’re unexpectedly pregnant, you may have anxiety about sharing the news. However, you have complete autonomy in this situation: You are not legally obligated to tell your partner about your pregnancy or the outcome you are considering. Regardless, you don’t have to navigate this alone. Caring for Women Pregnancy Center is here for you

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

You may be looking for other options if you’ve already had an abortion. Here are two paths you might want to consider: parenting and adoption. Both options have unique challenges and rewards; the best choice depends on your circumstances, beliefs, and support system. Choosing To Parent Choosing to raise a child is a significant decision

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How Will Abortion Affect Me Physically?

Navigating all the information on abortion while you’re experiencing an unplanned pregnancy can be overwhelming. One topic that often gets overlooked even by abortion clinics is how an abortion will impact your health and wellness. At Caring for Women Pregnancy Center, we’re here to answer all your questions and offer you free services to help

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What Is a Medical Abortion?

A medical abortion involves taking two strong drugs that work together to end and expel a pregnancy from the body. Are you facing an unplanned pregnancy?  The first step is to double-check that you’re pregnant.  Contact the Caring for Women Pregnancy Center for a free and confidential test. Our compassionate team can support you during

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How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

Because every woman is different, there’s no specific answer for the mental effects of abortion on every woman. Instead, each woman considering abortion should consider her mental health history, feelings about her pregnancy, and other factors before deciding. What We Know About Abortion and Mental Health While the tie between abortion and mental health is

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I don’t want to be pregnant. Is abortion my only option?

Your situation is unique, and your feelings are valid. It’s important to remember that you have choices beyond just abortion. Whatever reason you don’t want to consider abortion, your decision is personal and legitimate. Considering your circumstances and beliefs, your decision should reflect what feels right for you. Parenting Parenting is an option to consider,

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