If you are pregnant and considering an abortion, it’s important for you to do these three things:
Abortion procedures and their associated costs are determined by how far along are in your pregnancy. This information is critical in your research as you make the decision for what’s best for you.
Hope Women’s Center provides lab-quality pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, and STD testing by medical staff at no charge to our patients. Be prepared. Be informed. Schedule an appointment today at Hope Women’s Center.
It’s important that you know that this option involves a medical procedure. What type will you have? What are the risks? Is it necessary? You owe it to yourself to be informed and know the facts before you make a decision.
You may be thinking…
- The father is insisting on an abortion
- I’m not ready to be pregnant
- I can’t tell anyone I’m pregnant
We want to help you through this uncertainty. If you’re considering this option, you need to know:
- Are you really pregnant?
- How far along are you?
- Are you at risk for a miscarriage?
- Do you have a tubal pregnancy requiring immediate attention?
- What kinds of procedures are available to you?
- What are your rights with abortion providers?
- Are there any short-term or long-term risks to consider?
Different abortion methods are used to end a pregnancy based on how far along you are. We’re here to help you know the facts and so you can make a fully-informed decision. Make an appointment today to learn more. Hope Women’s Center does not perform or refer for abortions.
Abortion Pill (Medical Abortion)
Medical or non-surgical abortion uses RU-486 or other types of chemicals to terminate an early pregnancy. This method is used up to 49 days after a woman’s last menstrual period. The gestational age must be determined before getting any of these medicines. This process may involve up to 4 office visits and may require a surgical procedure if the medical abortion is incomplete. Make an appointment with the medical staff at Hope Women’s Center to learn more about medical abortion.
If you’re not a candidate for a medical abortion or if the medical abortion fails, a surgical abortion will be necessary. A surgical abortion is an invasive procedure which ends a pregnancy by emptying the uterus (or womb) using surgical instruments. There are different types of surgical abortion procedures and different methods depending on how far along you are. Make an appointment with the medical staff at Hope Women’s Center to learn more about surgical abortion.
Any medical or surgical procedure comes with risks. At Hope Women’s Center, we want you to know your options and the risks associated with them. Meet with the medical staff and advocates at Hope Women’s Center to receive the support you need and to hear the facts regarding all options so you can make a knowledgeable decision.
If you’ve had an abortion and you’re beginning to feel the emotion of it all, we want you to know we’re here for you. Many women experience different emotions after terminating a pregnancy so don’t feel you’re alone during this time.
These emotions may appear immediately or gradually over a longer period of time. Seeking support during this time is important. At Hope Women’s Center, we’re here to help you through this time. Make an appointment today to speak with a trained advocate and learn what steps you can take to begin to heal.
This information is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.
Hope Women’s Center does not perform or refer for abortions.