What’s your plan? Deciding what to do about an unplanned pregnancy can be one of…
If you are surprised by a positive pregnancy test, you are not alone. In fact, about 1 out of 2 pregnancies in the United States is unplanned*. Deciding what to do about an unplanned pregnancy can be difficult and we know that no decision you make will be easy. You have options.
If you are pregnant, you have three basic choices to consider: abortion, adoption and parenting. Before committing to a decision, it is important to give yourself the time you need to explore these choices. Woman to Woman is here to give you access to accurate information about each of your pregnancy options and to provide you with the medical services and care that you need to make an educated decision. We want to help you get what you need during this time. Call us at 940-383-4494 to talk to someone about setting up an appointment.
For some women, the shock of an unplanned pregnancy or teen pregnancy can legitimately present a crisis. It is very normal to feel scared, alone, and confused. These emotions can be overwhelming and you may be tempted to only consider the quickest “way out” for relief. Again, this is normal, especially considering that pregnancy brings with it many physical and emotional changes.
In a crisis situation, the ability to see the big-picture is often hindered. However, keeping perspective at this time is critical. The best decision you can make is one that is well thought out. The good news is that you are not alone; we are here to help. There are unplanned and teen pregnancy options available for you. It is important to gather the information you need to make a confident and informed decision. Our goal is to help you accurately understand the pregnancy options available to you, and to support you regardless of the decision you make.