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Emotions following an abortion can be brutal, leaving you feeling overwhelmed and broken. Hope after abortion is possible—recovery after an abortion starts with being honest with where you are and asking for help. You don’t have to do this alone.

You Are Not Alone

Many women have been right where they are and have overcome the mental struggle and turmoil that comes after abortion. You can too.

The National Institutes of Health shares that for women who have had an abortion, “abortion is consistently associated with elevated rates of mental illness compared to women without a history of abortion.” They also share,  “The abortion experience directly contributes to mental health problems for at least some women.”

Abortion and trauma go hand in hand. After such a traumatic event, such as abortion, women may experience:

  • Denial
  • Shock
  • Flashbacks 
  • Physical symptoms (headaches, nausea)
  • Broken relationships
  • Rollercoaster of emotions

Talk to Someone

Talking to someone you trust can work wonders at a time like this. Though wanting to figure it out on your own can be tempting, healing is possible with the support of others. Share your emotions and try your best not to suppress them.

Resources and post-abortive support are available to you. In the meantime, try doing things for yourself in the process, like:

  • Go to a group or individual therapy session
  • Do your favorite hobbies
  • Cook or go out to dinner
  • Get together with friends & family
  • Plan a trip to your favorite getaway spot

We’re Here for You

Our compassionate team is here for you as you navigate this challenging journey after abortion. Talk to us today and learn more about resources for post-abortion support. 

You are stronger than you know. Take it one day at a time. It’s possible to have joy and hope again.

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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