What Happens to Your Body After an Abortion?

Reviewing your pregnancy options can create uncertainty, especially if you don’t know much information about options like abortion. Understanding what could happen after an abortion procedure and exploring adoption and parenting are important. Every woman will react differently to an abortion procedure. Some may also experience varying emotional effects like depression, anxiety, or even relief.

My Partner is Pressuring Me to Have an Abortion, But I’m Not Sure

An unexpected pregnancy invites many questions. You must review your pregnancy options and consider what is best for you and your future.  Your partner may have opinions on your pregnancy decision. You can weigh your options together if you have a loving, stable relationship and welcome their input. But some partners may try to pressure

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

Abortion is not an easy decision; if you have previously experienced pregnancy termination, you likely already understand the physical and emotional toll the procedure takes. Choosing to avoid a second abortion is common and valid. Both alternatives to abortion involve carrying your pregnancy to term. At the Women’s Resource Center of Hancock County, we understand

How Will Abortion Affect Me Physically?

Like every medical procedure, abortion carries associated risks. The side effects and risks vary with the type of abortion and your pregnancy’s gestational age. Learning about the physical risks of abortion can help you stay safe and understand your health. Medical Abortion Medical abortion, or “the abortion pill,” uses drugs to terminate a pregnancy. Medical

How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

No one can predict how a woman will react mentally to abortion. Some women that experience abortion have no immediate adverse reactions, while others struggle with feelings of sadness, grief, shame, and guilt. These feelings can range from mild to debilitating, begin immediately after an abortion or surface months or years later, and lead to

I just found out I’m pregnant. Can you help?

If you are experiencing an unexpected pregnancy, you are likely worried about what to do. You must gather information and weigh your choices carefully to make this important decision. We can help. Your choices include parenting, adoption, and abortion. Parenting Many women are unsure of their ability to parent when they find out they are

3 Things Needed Before an Abortion

If you are pregnant and considering your options, your first step should be to arm yourself with the information you need to prioritize your health and safety. Three things you need to ensure your safety are: Pregnancy Testing Everything can feel like a pregnancy symptom when you think you are pregnant. However, if there is

Why Talk to Us About Abortion?

You have options when it comes to the outcome of your pregnancy. We are committed to offering information on all your options, including abortion, so that you can make the healthiest decision for your life.  Get More Info on Abortion Do you know which abortion procedure best suits your unique situation? Every pregnancy is different,

What Are the Different Types of Abortion?

There are two types of abortions: medical and surgical. The gestational age of the pregnancy determines what procedures one may be eligible for.  Ultrasounds are necessary to reveal the gestational age of the pregnancy to determine what options might be available to you, including which type(s) of abortion.  Keep reading for an in-depth description of

What Are the Risks of Abortion?

Before any procedure or medical intervention, it is crucial to be aware of any potential risks. The risks for abortion vary, depending on whether it is medical or surgical. Medical vs. Surgical Risks A medical abortion procedure uses medicine to end a pregnancy. A surgical abortion is a procedure in which the pregnancy is removed