What Are the Signs of an Incomplete Abortion?
Are you recovering from an abortion or considering the risks of the procedure? If you’ve recently had an abortion and suspect you might be suffering from a complication, read on to learn what an incomplete abortion is and the signs to watch out for. What Is An Incomplete Abortion? An incomplete abortion occurs when some
What are the Different Types of Abortion?
There are two main types of abortion: Medical abortion and surgical abortion. If you’re considering having an abortion, you’ll want to clearly understand the differences between the two types to make sure your health is protected. A medical-grade pregnancy test and ultrasound exam will provide critical answers about your pregnancy’s location, stage, and health so
What Are the Mental Health Effects of Abortion?
Are you struggling with an unexpected pregnancy and unsure of the best way to move forward? Maybe you’ve been thinking about abortion and wondering if that’s the right solution to your dilemma. If this is you, understanding the side effects of an abortion may help you feel more confident in whatever you decide for your pregnancy. The
The Hardest Thing
I vividly remember running my first 5k and thinking: “Yeah, this is the hardest thing I’ve done.” And then a year or two later, quitting a job and thinking: “No, wait. THIS is the hardest thing I’ve ever done.” Since that time, there have been five or six other “hardest things.” But nothing tops pregnancy.
Four Things I Learned During My Pregnancy
1. You might not feel like yourself, but it doesn’t last forever!This surprised me. No one told me that I wouldn’t feel like my normal self. I mean, I knew about morning sickness, and those types of things, but this was totally foreign. I felt foreign to myself! If this is you, know that you’re
What Are the Risks of Abortion?
Depending on the type of abortion, risks can vary. However, anyone contemplating abortion should discuss with their doctor risks that may include: This is not a comprehensive list, and only by seeing a professional and discussing your health history, current medications, the pregnancy’s gestational age, and other specific-to-you factors can you understand all your risks