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Don’t Want Another Abortion

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If you’ve had an abortion, it’s understandable that you don’t want another one. Whether you experienced physical or mental health complications, abortion can be a traumatic experience that many women want to avoid facing again. If you’re unexpectedly pregnant again, it’s essential to know that you have options other than abortion. These options include parenting

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Is an Online Abortion or At-Home Abortion Safe?

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Online abortion (also called “at-home abortion”) involves ordering the abortion drugs online instead of seeking them from a clinic or reputable pharmacy.  The FDA advises against seeking the abortion drugs online. These drugs fall outside the US supply chain and aren’t approved by the FDA, which means the FDA can’t guarantee their source, quality, or

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Do I Have to Tell My Partner I Want an Abortion?

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Finding out about an unplanned pregnancy can naturally cause worry about sharing the news. It’s important to know that you have full autonomy over your decisions. Legally, you’re not obligated to tell your partner about the pregnancy or what you’re considering doing. Additionally, you’re not alone in this. Choose Hope Women’s Center is here to

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What Are the Types of Prenatal Ultrasound Scans and Their Purposes?

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Two different types of ultrasound are used during pregnancy: transvaginal and abdominal. Both types of prenatal ultrasound will give you essential details about your pregnancy, but the way each works is slightly different. How Does Ultrasound Work? Ultrasound uses sound waves to create an image of your internal structures. During pregnancy, ultrasound focuses on your

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Your First Ultrasound: What to Expect During Pregnancy

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Your first pregnancy ultrasound is a milestone appointment, as this scan can help reveal critical information you need to know about your pregnancy. Read on to learn more about what to expect during your first pregnancy ultrasound. Or, if you’re looking for free pregnancy resources or want to explore your options, contact Choose Hope Women’s

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What Is an Ectopic Pregnancy?

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An ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg implants and grows outside of the uterus. It is a life-threatening condition that you should seek medical treatment for immediately.  If you’re unexpectedly pregnant, Choose Hope Women’s Center offers free and confidential ultrasounds to confirm whether or not you have a viable pregnancy and not ectopic. Schedule

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Reasons You Need an Ultrasound Before Abortion?

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An ultrasound reveals more than you may think. It’s important to protect your health as it confirms different pregnancy details and potential complications. Keep reading to learn the reasons you need an ultrasound before abortion.  Take a deep breath. We understand how scared you may feel, but you are not alone. 1. Confirm Your Pregnancy

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How Will Abortion Affect Me Physically?

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Abortion is a permanent decision that terminates a pregnancy and comes with side effects and risks to your physical health.  Before choosing this pregnancy option, it’s essential to understand how it might affect you physically so you can know what to expect and protect your health.  Read on to learn more about how your body

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How Does an Ultrasound Work?

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An ultrasound is a simple scan that uses sound waves to create a picture of what’s happening inside your body.  During pregnancy, ultrasound reveals key details about your pregnancy that can help keep you safe. This scan is considered safe during pregnancy since it doesn’t use radiation like an X-ray.  Learn more about how an

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