No woman should ever feel forced to finish an abortion she regrets starting. A Woman’s Concern can connect you to a medical professional IF you have only taken the first dose of the abortion pill.
If you are pregnant unexpectedly (or think you might be), it’s time to think about what you’re going to do. So, why should you get an ultrasound before you make a decision? Is it really *that* important?
If you’ve had unprotected sex, you might have some questions. Did he have an STD? Could I be pregnant? What if…? Should I take a “Morning After” pill? We’ve got the details here. Choose to know.
The abortion pill sounds very simple doesn’t it? Take a pill, and your unplanned pregnancy is gone. So, is it really that easy? How does the abortion pill actually work? What are the risks and side effects?
Chlamydia and gonorrhea are prevalent in southeast and south central Pennsylvania. It is important that pregnant women know if they have one of these infections, particularly if they are considering having an abortion.
Thinking about ordering the abortion pill online? Even if you can order the abortion pill online, *should* you? It might seem like the perfect solution—private with little hassle—but … is it?
Are you or is someone you love facing an unplanned pregnancy and considering taking the abortion pill? With any medical procedure—including abortion—it’s important to take the time to do the research you need to make an informed choice.
If you are considering abortion, you may be wondering about the cost and whether or not you can afford it. We know there is a lot to consider, and navigating the world of insurance can be confusing with regards to coverage for abortion. We know this is a very stressful time for you and that finances may be tight already.
You think you’re pregnant, or you just received a positive pregnancy test. You cannot imagine how you could have a baby right now. We know it’s a scary time. We know you don’t want to tell your parents.