It’s Your Choice
What a shock! You never imagined this could happen to you. You’re pregnant, and you have no idea what to do. Thoughts are racing through your head:
- “I’m too young to have a baby now!”
- “I have to finish school.”
- “I can’t tell my parents.”
- “I absolutely cannot do this. I’m all alone!”
Many women feel that abortion is their only choice when facing an unexpected pregnancy. However, you have more options than you think. Before you make any decision, it’s essential to understand your concerns and gather as much reliable information about your options as possible. No matter what you choose, this is a big decision, and the choice is all yours.
Where Do I Begin?
We recommend you first confirm your pregnancy with no-cost pregnancy testing at our Center. Although you may have taken an at-home pregnancy test, we offer lab-quality tests that are 99% accurate. If your pregnancy test is positive, you will want to schedule a no-cost ultrasound exam next. An ultrasound is necessary to determine if your pregnancy is viable (meaning the fetus is growing) and what the actual date of conception is.
The Next Step
Finally, you will want to take a thorough look at all of your options. You actually have three: abortion, adoption, and parenting. The more knowledge you have about each one, the more confident you can feel about your decision. An unexpected pregnancy is overwhelming and frightening, but you need to take your time. Don’t rush into a decision. No matter what you choose, the decision will be with you for the rest of your life.
Remember, you’re not alone, though. We’re here to walk with you every step of the way. We want to talk with you about each choice. There will be no judgment and no pressure. We have nothing to financially gain from your decision. The only thing we receive is the happiness of knowing you leave our office feeling empowered to make the best choice for you and your future.
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