I Don’t Want to Be Pregnant. Is Abortion My Only Option?

Do you have an unplanned pregnancy but don’t wish to be pregnant? Abortion isn’t your only option–you can also think about parenting and adoption. Abortion is the only option that ends a pregnancy. But it’s best to consider why you don’t want to be pregnant. It could be that you aren’t interested in parenting.  Get

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Why Talk to Us About Abortion?

Do you still have questions or concerns about abortion? Discover the physical risks of abortion and how to safeguard your health when exploring your pregnancy options.  At Pregnancy Services of Ionia County, we can help you better understand your options so you can make an informed decision. The Physical Risks of Abortion You may wonder

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3 Things Needed Before Abortion?

Navigating an unexpected pregnancy can be a challenging experience, filled with uncertainty about the next steps. If you are thinking about abortion, it’s important to focus on three key steps to ensure your health and safety.  These steps include getting informed about the facts, undergoing an ultrasound, and carefully evaluating your medical circumstances. 1. Get

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What Are the Mental Health Effects of Abortion?

There are mental health effects caused by abortion that may change the way you think about this option. It’s important to understand these risks before making up your mind. You deserve the facts. Maybe you’re facing mental health effects like depression, grief, or anxiety after an abortion. You are not alone. Research reveals that women

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What are the Different Types of Abortion?

Are you considering the option of abortion after finding out you are unexpectedly pregnant? We know this time can be stressful, and you don’t have to navigate this journey alone. Here are the facts regarding abortion so you can make an informed decision.  Be sure to complete pregnancy confirmation to safeguard your health and confirm

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What Are the Risks of Abortion?

When contemplating abortion, you may have many questions and concerns. Researching this option will help you feel more confident and equipped to make a decision. You deserve to understand all the risks of this medical procedure. What Are the Physical Risks? Physical risks come with both types of abortion procedures: medical abortion and surgical abortion. 

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