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What Are the Risks of Ordering the Abortion Pill Online?

Ordering the abortion pill online comes with risks to your health, which is why the FDA advises against it.  Read on to learn more about why ordering the abortion pill online puts your health at risk and the importance of getting an ultrasound before making a pregnancy decision. Or, if you want to talk to

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I’ve Already Had an Abortion and Don’t Want Another One. What Are My Options?

If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy and don’t want to have another abortion, your other options are parenting or adoption. While these two options involve carrying your pregnancy to term, they can both be rewarding decisions that allow you to avoid abortion. At Relevant Pregnancy Options Center, we provide information about your options and allow

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How Will Abortion Affect Me Physically?

Abortion is a permanent, life-changing decision that comes with physical risks and side effects. After abortion, you will experience vaginal bleeding and abdominal cramping, but other potential physical effects will depend on the type of abortion and your own unique situation. Read on to learn more about how abortion might affect you physically. Or, if

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How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

Abortion comes with physical risks, but did you know it can affect you mentally as well? If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy and considering an abortion, it’s essential to understand the potential mental health risks.  Read on to learn more about how abortion might affect you mentally. Or, if you’re looking to speak with someone

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Why Talk to Us About Abortion?

Abortion is a permanent, life-changing decision that terminates a pregnancy, and there’s a lot of misinformation about it—this is why we talk about abortion. At Relevant Pregnancy Options, we believe that every woman deserves to have all the information she needs so that she can be empowered to make the right decision for her.  While

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How Can I Recover Emotionally After an Abortion?

If you’ve had an abortion and are experiencing difficult feelings like grief, regret, shame, or anxiety, you’re not alone. While some women feel relief after an abortion, other women struggle emotionally—sometimes even years later.  The good news is there are things you can do to recover emotionally after an abortion. There is hope.  Talk About

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3 Things Needed Before Abortion?

Abortion is a permanent decision that terminates a viable pregnancy. If you’re considering this option, there are three actions you’ll need to take beforehand to protect your health:  Receive an ultrasound Get tested for STIs Review your medical history These three steps can often be accomplished during one appointment. Read on to learn more about

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Is Abortion or Adoption Right for Me?

If you’ve already ruled out parenting for your pregnancy, then abortion and adoption are your two alternatives. While both of these options will involve forgoing your parental duties, they have more differences than similarities. We will share considerations for both options, bearing in mind that only you can make the best decision for yourself and

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What Is an Incomplete Abortion?

An incomplete abortion happens when not all the pregnancy tissue has been expelled from the uterus after any kind of medical or surgical abortion procedure. Instead, the body retains the tissue which can lead to serious risks of complications if left untreated. “Incomplete abortion” can also be used to describe retained tissue after a miscarriage.

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What Are the Mental Health Effects of Abortion?

The mental health effects of abortion will vary based on each woman. Every woman and situation is unique.  However, studies have shown that at least some women experience adverse mental health effects triggered by abortion. We’ll share more details on the findings and risk factors below. The Mental Health Effects A review conducted by The

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