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Abortion is a serious pregnancy decision, and it will impact your future. To safeguard your health and offer you the insight you need, 3 things needed before an abortion are a pregnancy test, ultrasound, and more information about the risks of abortion and all your options.

1. Clarity of Mind

While it may seem simple, getting the clarity that you’re indeed pregnant is your first step to making a pregnancy decision. 

Verify your home pregnancy test results with a free pregnancy test at our center. If your test is positive, we might be able to provide an ultrasound. You deserve to find peace of mind with a pregnancy test and follow up with a medical professional to talk about your unique health.

2. Determine If You’re Eligible

Some women encounter pregnancy complications while pregnant that require medical attention and disqualify them from an abortion option. An ultrasound is important to receive to alert you to any potential complications and to rule out things like ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage.

An ultrasound will also confirm how far along you are, offering three essential pieces of information: the viability (whether the pregnancy is healthy & progressing), how far along you are, and the location (whether it’s growing within the uterus).

The amount of time a woman has been pregnant determines the type of abortion that is appropriate for her situation. The FDA had approved medical abortion for up to 10 weeks of pregnancy.

3. Be Fully Informed

There are real risks to abortion. Common risks for medical abortion and surgical abortion include incomplete abortion, infection, and heavy bleeding. 

If you are considering other options like adoption or parenting, we can also inform you more about these options and resources at our center.
Contact us for a no-cost consultation to begin with a pregnancy test. We’re here for you as you take your next step in an unplanned pregnancy. Talk through all your options with us in a safe and non-judgmental space. You are not alone.

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Am I Eligible for the Abortion Pill?

To understand your abortion pill eligibility, you first need to confirm your pregnancy to find out how far along you are (gestational age). The FDA has only approved the abortion pill for women through the first ten weeks of pregnancy.   Additionally, you will want to know whether you have any existing health issues that would

What is a Medical Abortion?

Are you thinking of abortion as you navigate an unplanned pregnancy? We know it feels like a whirlwind right now, but you are not alone. Medical abortion, also known as the abortion pill, involves taking two drugs that terminate an existing pregnancy.  Learn the facts when it comes to medical abortion, along with the risks.

What Are the Risks of the Abortion Pill?

An unplanned pregnancy can feel confusing with your many questions about pregnancy options. We’re here to better inform you about the risks of the abortion pill. A couple of physical risks to this type of abortion include infection or heavy and prolonged bleeding.  The serious risks come due to the serious nature of a medical