You Have Options!
Make The Choice Right For You
The pregnancy options available to you (including the many abortion types) depend on many factors.
Our trained staff are ready to walk you through making the decision that is right for your situation.
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Your Next Steps...
1. Take A Moment & Breathe
Thinking about the possibility of pregnancy can be stressful whether it was planned or unplanned, but the most important thing you can do for yourself is breathe and understand you are not alone on this path.
2. Verify Your Pregnancy
If you’ve recently missed a period or are experiencing pregnancy symptoms you need an accurate lab-quality pregnancy test to inform you if you are actually pregnant.
3. Confirm Your Pregnancy
Once you receive a positive pregnancy test, getting a pregnancy ultrasound is your next step. This shows you if your pregnancy is viable and can naturally make it the full term.
4. Know Your Options
Now that you have the important information about your pregnancy, you can begin considering your options. We can walk you through the possibilities and help make the choice that is right for you.
The options consultation normally takes place at your ultrasound appointment. For more information please contact us.
These steps are critical to understanding which pregnancy decision is right for you. Planned Parenthood and affiliated medical services charge for these services, but ours are free.
Still Unsure If You Need A Pregnancy Test?
See The Most Common Pregnancy Symptoms
While symptoms of pregnancy vary since all women are unique and to make things more confusing, birth control and the abortion pill can make your cycle irregular. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, please do not hesitate to either come in for a visit or give us a call. A short confidential appointment is worth your peace of mind.
- Missed/Late Period
- Sore, Tender, or Swollen Breasts
- Nausea and Vomiting (often called “morning sickness”)
- Fatigue and Tiredness
- Changes in Appetite
- Slight Bleeding or Spotting (often called “implantation bleeding”)
- Mood Swings
Understand The Procedures & When They’re Performed
A two-pill process, that is usually available within the first 10 weeks of pregnancy.
Side effects can include intense cramping, bleeding, nausea, and/or vomiting, diarrhea, and dizziness.
A procedure done at a licensed doctor’s office by numbing the cervix and suctioning the uterine content. Typically Performed between weeks 6 and 16. Side effects can include heavy bleeding, blood clots, nausea, and/or vomiting, sweating, and dizziness or feeling faint. More serious side effects include cervix damage, increased risk of some cancers, and perforation to the uterus.
Dilation & Evacuation
A complex procedure performed 16 weeks and beyond where similar steps are taken as in aspiration, but includes a possible shot to ensure fetal death and surgical removal of all uterine content. Side effects can include heavy bleeding, blood clots, nausea and/or vomiting. More serious long term side effects can include uterine lining or cervix damage, infection, blood clots, increased risk of some types of cancers, and perforation of the uterus.
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Commonly Asked Questions
If you have some of these same questions, you should come talk to us.
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We're Here For You
At Center for Women, we give the best of ourselves to serve every person who walks through our doors. If you are experiencing an unplanned or planned pregnancy and need direction, reach out and see how we can help.