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Is Abortion or Adoption Right for Me?

Topic: Abortion

There is no easy answer or one-size-fits-all when it comes to an unplanned pregnancy. It can feel like a burden when trying to figure it all out on your own. 

At Women’s Care Medical Center, we can help you better understand your options and the resources available to you. We are here to walk alongside you.

Start With Pregnancy Confirmation

Before even considering your options, be sure to confirm your pregnancy! We offer free and confidential pregnancy testing and ultrasounds so you can find out:

  • How far along you are
  • The viability of your pregnancy (whether it’s healthy & growing)
  • The location of your pregnancy (is it growing within the uterus)

These important details of your pregnancy will determine what your pregnancy options are and if you are eligible for abortion.

A Look Into Abortion

Abortion is a major medical procedure. No matter what type of abortion is done, there are definite physical and emotional side effects and risks. 

The number of weeks you’ve been pregnant determines what type of procedure you qualify for: medical or surgical. Medical abortions are for women up to 10 weeks gestation. Surgical abortions are for women over 10 weeks of pregnancy.

The Adoption Process

Adoption has greatly transformed over the years. Today, the birth mother and father make an adoption plan. They choose the adoptive family and the environment in which their child is raised. 

Choose from three basic adoption plans: open, closed, and semi-open. You can decide based on the amount of contact you desire to have with the adoptive family and your child.

Making Your Decision

We know this decision is not easy, but you don’t have to make it alone. Our compassionate team at Women’s Care Medical Center is here to talk over all your pregnancy options. 

Schedule a free and confidential appointment to get your questions answered and get better insight into the abortion and adoption process. Know the facts.