Abortion is a serious medical decision with potential physical and emotional risks. The Mayo Clinic states, “Having a medical abortion is a major decision with emotional and psychological consequences.” If you are contemplating abortion or recovering from one, we want you to know that post-abortion healing is possible. PCS Health offers a free abortion-recovery program.
If you are considering abortion for your unplanned pregnancy, there are three things you need to do first. Verifying you are pregnant with an accurate pregnancy test and an ultrasound is essential. You should also get tested for an STI and look at all your options to make a confident, empowered decision for your future.
Your unplanned pregnancy has already been life-altering. Knowing what to do next is a big decision for you and your future. It helps to talk through your options with someone knowledgeable, but ultimately, only you can decide if abortion or adoption is right for you. Schedule your free, confidential appointment with a member of our
When pregnancy tissue remains inside the uterus after an elective or spontaneous abortion, it is considered incomplete. If you’re experiencing moderate to severe vaginal bleeding and lower abdominal or pelvic pain after an abortion, you need to see your healthcare provider immediately. What Is An Elective Abortion? Choosing to have an abortion is difficult enough,
Abortion is one of your options for your unplanned pregnancy, but not the only one. Before scheduling an abortion, get the facts on procedures, side effects, and potential risks physically and emotionally. There are proven mental health issues like depression and anxiety for some women who have had abortions. Find out who is most vulnerable.
If you are considering abortion for your unplanned pregnancy, it’s important to know there are side effects and potential risks. Everything from an incomplete abortion to the perforation of your uterus can happen with an abortion. Be fully aware before moving forward. What Are The Types of Abortion? There are two main types of abortion:
*PCS Health does not perform or refer for abortions.