Do I Have to Tell My Partner I Want an Abortion?

Ultimately, you alone have the right to make a pregnancy decision. Regardless of which option you’re considering, no one can pressure or coerce you into choosing a specific one.  While you don’t have to share your intended pregnancy decision with your partner, there are several reasons why you may want to do so. We’ll outline

What Are the Risks of the Abortion Pill?

Any medical protocol or procedure has risks; you deserve to know what they are and how they can impact your health. The abortion pill (also called “medical abortion”) is no different, and making an informed decision is a crucial part of protecting your health.  Learn about abortion procedures, risks, and side effects with options counseling

Am I Eligible for the Abortion Pill?

You wouldn’t want to risk complications or harmful side effects with any medical procedure. Making an informed decision about abortion helps protect your health.  The abortion pill (medical abortion) uses drugs to end a pregnancy. Determining your eligibility is one way to determine whether this option is possible.  Life’s Choices Women’s Clinic provides no-cost, confidential

I’ve Already Had an Abortion and Don’t Want Another One. What Are My Options?

If you were pregnant previously and had an abortion, there are many reasons why you may be interested in another pregnancy option this time around. You need accurate information to make a sound decision.  Life’s Choices Women’s Clinic is a medical facility providing expert care to women with unplanned pregnancies. We care about your situation

How Will Abortion Affect Me Physically?

It can be challenging to determine how you’ll feel after any medical procedure, including abortion. Recovery often depends on your side effects, unique medical needs, and specific situations.  Abortion does have side effects all women experience, as well as possible risks. Knowing these details will help you make a clear pregnancy decision. Life’s Choices Women’s

How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

Every woman who’s had an abortion will react differently to the procedure. Some may feel relieved or at peace, while others could struggle emotionally.  There isn’t one right or wrong way to feel. Your emotions are valid. But before choosing abortion, it’s important to understand the potential mental health implications.  How Could I Feel? The

I Don’t Want to Be Pregnant. Is Abortion My Only Option?

You may question what options you have with an unplanned pregnancy. And though abortion is a choice, it’s the only one that terminates your pregnancy.  There are other options: parenting and adoption. While neither is easy, they can be rewarding and provide the peace of mind you want. We’ll explore what you should know about

Why Talk to Us About Abortion?

Many options exist for women with unplanned pregnancies, and for good reason. You’re likely feeling uncertain and nervous. Know that you aren’t the first to experience these emotions; this news can be daunting, and you may be unsure what to do.  If you are considering abortion, don’t rush into a decision. Life’s Choices Women’s Clinic

How Can I Recover Emotionally After an Abortion?

Abortion can be a significant life event for many women. If you’ve had one, you may be struggling mentally and wondering how you’ll be able to recover. Take a deep breath and remind yourself that you aren’t alone. Some resources can help you through this challenging time, and your local pregnancy center can likely offer

3 Things Needed Before Abortion

If you have an unplanned pregnancy, you may already know which option is best for you, such as abortion. Perhaps you have already decided and don’t feel you need additional information. But verifying health details and researching your options will help you make a more confident decision.  Even if you’re considering abortion, ensure you protect

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