Is Adoption or Abortion Right for Me?

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Sometimes life is really hard. Having a pregnancy at an unideal time in your life might seem like a situation you just want to undo. But as the saying goes, some of the worst storms create the prettiest rainbows. Maybe this surprise pregnancy is going to take your story in a better direction than you


What Are the Signs of an Incomplete Abortion?

What Are the Signs of an Incomplete Abortion?

An incomplete abortion, which can happen after both the abortion pill and surgical abortion, occurs when some of the pregnancy is left in the womb after an abortion. This can lead to serious infection and complications, including cervical shock and sepsis.  If left untreated, these severe complications can lead to infertility and death. What Are


What Are The Different Types of Abortion? 

Woman considering the Abortion Pill

Are you pregnant and unsure of your future? You are not alone. According to one recent study from the United Nations, as many as 121 million pregnancies are unintended every year worldwide. That is almost half of all pregnancies. Since parenthood wasn’t on your calendar for this year, you may be looking for information on


What Are the Risks of Abortion?

What Are the Risks of Abortion?

Becca had just been awarded an amazing volleyball scholarship to her dream D1 college. Her future was bright, and nothing could shake it–except for two tiny pink lines on her pregnancy test.    Suddenly her picture-perfect life plan felt like it might fall apart.    If you are like Becca and wondering if abortion might


Can you Still Get an Abortion in Alabama? 

Can you Still Get an Abortion in Alabama? 

Are you still shocked with the turn of events your life has recently taken? Perhaps those two pink lines on your pregnancy test have shaken you to your core. The implications of your unplanned pregnancy might be life-altering, and that may feel a little scary. But what options do you have in the state of


Roe v. Wade Overturned: Separating Fact from Fiction

This woman wants to know more about Roe v. Wade separating fact from fiction.

As a pregnant woman, you may be wondering how you will be affected by the recent changes to abortion laws. People on both sides of the issue have made a lot of blanket statements that sound scary or extreme about the abortion issue. So what is true?  Let’s take a look at some of the


3 Things Needed Before an Abortion

This woman is thinking about the 3 things needed before an abortion.

You hadn’t planned on getting pregnant. And now, everything about your future seems so outside of your control that you just feel a bit helpless. Getting an abortion may seem like the only way to put your life back on track with the expectations you had for yourself.  But regardless of what you do with


What Are the Mental Health Effects From Abortion?

This woman is wondering about the mental health effects of abortion

Abortion can be a hard subject to talk about. Many women who have had abortions don’t feel they have a safe place to process the emotions in the aftermath of recovery.  Perhaps the people in their circle are on extreme ends of the spectrum; parents might give them a guilt trip for having the procedure,


Will My Insurance Pay For My Girlfriend’s Abortion? 

He is wondering will his insurance pay for his girlfriend's abortion?

Generally, health insurance companies will only extend coverage to others when there is a legal financial obligation.  This means, your girlfriend would either need to be married to you or have a domestic partnership with you to be covered by your insurance plan. Does Insurance Cover Abortion in Alabama? In Alabama, abortion is only legal


What Is the Difference Between a Blood and Urine Pregnancy Test?

This woman is wondering what is the difference between a blood & urine pregnancy test?

Blood and urine pregnancy tests both determine if you’re pregnant by determining if the human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) hormone is present. However, blood pregnancy tests require drawing blood and urine pregnancy tests only require urination. Blood pregnancy tests can tell you if you’re pregnant earlier than urine pregnancy tests, and some kinds (quantitative hCG tests)