Are you considering an abortion?
Finding out you are unexpectedly pregnant can bring a lot of stress into your life.
The good news is that you have options, you have time, and you have help.
Take the time you need to make the right decision for you so that you can look back on this moment and be confident of your choice.
If you’re considering an abortion, you might want to know about the mental, physical, and emotional risks.
Many women have reported experiencing negative feelings and feelings of regret after their abortion.
You also run the risk of dealing with other physical complications and later-in-life infertility issues.
Women also tend to struggle in relationships after an abortion, either with their significant other or with family members.
Abortion is not a quick fix.
We can provide you with confidential medical information about your specific unexpected pregnancy. We will review your options with you and offer your support during this time.
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