What does the overturning Roe v. Wade mean for pregnancy options and women’s rights in PA? Is abortion still available in Pennsylvania? What types of abortion are available?
When you find out you are unexpectedly pregnant, it can quickly feel like everything is spinning out of control. You start considering your options… and suddenly, you’re swimming in a sea of pressure, panic, and politics… not to mention unreliable advice.
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?
First of all, don’t panic. If you missed a period, it is easy to assume that you are pregnant. That may be the case, but a missed period is not the only sign of pregnancy.
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.
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.