Still on the fence between abortion and adoption? A pregnancy decision is not easy, especially with all the emotions that come with an unplanned pregnancy. The decision is yours, but we are here to journey with you and provide better insight into all your options.
What Is Abortion Like?
Though abortion may seem like a quick fix to an unplanned pregnancy, it has serious and long-term effects. Everything from incomplete abortion to damage to your uterus is possible.
There are two main types of abortion: medical and surgical. Both terminate an existing pregnancy using two very different methods. Medical abortion (also known as the abortion pill method) uses two drugs – Mifepristone and Misoprostol, taken 24-48 hours from each other.
The process of surgical abortion includes dilation (opening) of the cervix and a small suction tube inserted into the uterus. The suction device removes the pregnancy from the uterus. Surgical abortion requires anesthesia and varies on procedure type, depending on how far along you are.
Confirm whether you may qualify for abortion by confirming your pregnancy’s viability, location, and gestational age with an ultrasound. Contact us today for a free pregnancy confirmation appointment.
Is Adoption Right for Me?
Adoption is one choice you may not have thought about and could be right for you if:
- You’re not ready to be a parent
- Abortion isn’t an option for you
- Your current relationship or living situation isn’t safe for a child
- You want to provide a financially and emotionally stable environment
Adoption is the legal process where a child’s birth parents and their parental rights. When finalized, the child legally becomes a member of the adoptive family the birth mother (and father, if available) have chosen.
It’s not an easy decision, but sometimes the hard decisions in life turn out to be the best decisions you’ve ever made.
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To learn more about your pregnancy options, talk to our knowledgeable team today. Confirm your pregnancy with free and confidential pregnancy testing and ultrasound to determine what options you’re eligible for.
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