Our nursing staff is available to answer any questions you may have regarding having an abortion, as well as abortion procedures and physical and emotional risks associated with abortion. You have a right to get all the facts. Take the time you need to equip yourself to make your best decision. We are here to educate you on all your options so that you can make an informed decision.
The two main types of abortion are medication and surgical. Which type of procedure is an option for you depends on how far along your pregnancy has progressed. You can find this out by having an ultrasound performed.
Medication Abortion (The Abortion Pill)
Medication abortion, or the abortion pill, will end a pregnancy by stopping the flow of progesterone to the pregnancy and subsequently inducing labor to remove the fetus through the vagina. This process results in heavy bleeding and other discomforts.
Depending on the progress of the pregnancy and the size of the fetus, there are different types of surgical abortions available. Basically, surgical abortions use tools and local anesthesia to open the cervix and remove the fetus. After the procedure ends, women often deal with cramping and additional side effects.
Hope and Help for YOU
After an abortion, many women experience relief. The crisis of pregnancy is over and life returns to its normal state. However, some women begin to experience negative emotions months, and even years, after their abortion. If you are feeling any of these emotions, you are not alone. We are here to help.
If you have had an abortion and find yourself struggling, there is help. Whether your abortion was recent or 30 years ago, we can connect you with confidential, compassionate help with people who truly care. Click here
to be connected - you can live chat, message or speak to a real person. This is a good option if you would rather talk with someone not in our area. If you would prefer to sit down with someone here, we also have local people you can talk with - with absolute confidentially. You are not alone. Help is here.