If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, you may have questions about abortion. There are several abortion methods used to end a pregnancy, and you deserve all the information to make an informed decision. At First Care, we provide medically accurate information to help you understand what you can expect from each type of abortion procedure and the risks involved. We do not provide or refer for abortions, however we do offer lab quality urine pregnancy testing, limited ultrasounds, options counseling, material assistance, and STD testing and treatment all completely free of charge.
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What Should I Know About Abortion?
Abortion is a medical procedure that ends a pregnancy. There are different types of abortions including RU-486 or the “abortion pill” and also surgical abortions. How far along you are in your pregnancy will determine your eligibility for a particular type of abortion. It is also very important to first understand if your pregnancy is even viable before considering abortion.
If you want to know more information about the different types of abortions and risks or find out if your pregnancy is viable, call and make an appointment. Our staff can help to answer your questions or schedule an ultrasound for you to see if your pregnancy is viable.
What Should I Do If I’m Considering Abortion?
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