Women considering an abortion deserve to understand all their options, the different types of procedures, and the associated risks. The different types of abortion procedures are: Medical Surgical Speaking with a trusted provider or pregnancy center can prove helpful in understanding all your options, risks, and complications that can arise. What’s a Medical Abortion? Medical
Depending on the type of abortion procedure used, there are risks that women should be made aware of before undergoing an abortion. Some risks that can occur in both a medical and surgical abortion are: Infection Fever Abnormally Heavy Bleeding What Is a Medical Abortion? A medical abortion uses a medication regimen called the abortion
Abortion is a serious pregnancy decision, with major risks and side effects including incomplete abortion, infection, and depression. If you are thinking about this pregnancy option, learn the facts before making up your mind. At True Care Women’s Resource Center, we provide you with clear facts about abortion and information on all your pregnancy options.
Never thought you would be faced with an unplanned pregnancy? It’s a hard reality to take in and it can feel overwhelming at times to make a pregnancy decision. Know that you are not alone. If you are considering taking the abortion pill, you will want to be aware of the risks and informed about
Parenting, adoption, and abortion — these are the three options available when facing an unplanned pregnancy. While each option seems relatively black and white, there are a lot of factors at play when it comes to deciding which option is best for you. Continue reading to learn more about the abortion pill! Here at True
Are you experiencing an unplanned pregnancy? Is someone telling you to abort but you don’t really want to? A woman can feel pressured to make a decision she really doesn’t want to make regarding her pregnancy – that pressure from someone important to you (boyfriend, husband, parents, grandparents) is called coercion. The definition of coercion is to
Experiencing an unplanned pregnancy often causes a woman fear and uncertainty. She faces a decision that affects her future, whether she chooses to continue the pregnancy or not. If you are facing that decision, below are six things you need to know, especially if you’re seriously considering abortion. Am I really pregnant? You may get
Did you know that one in eight American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime? Did you know that some studies show abortion might be a contributing factor to breast cancer? October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Although doctors do not know the exact cause of breast cancer, or why one
Do you know the difference between Plan B and Plan C? We explain below. Plan B We also know the Morning After Pill as Plan B or Emergency Contraception. Depending upon the brand, the emergency contraception product contains estrogen and/or the synthetic hormone levonorgestrel, The Morning After Pill must be taken within 120 hours of
The answer is a definite “Yes!” Two sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, are common culprits of PID and can be easily treated with antibiotics. True Care offers free testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea during your pregnancy test appointment, and our nurses provide treatment for our patients who test positive for either of these STDs.