If you recently had an abortion or are considering an abortion, understanding the risks associated with abortion is important to protect your health and well-being. One of the main risks after an abortion is infection. Left untreated, infection can create serious complications that can jeopardize your health. Infection Warning Signs According to the Mayo Clinic,
If you’ve recently found out you are pregnant and it was not planned you may be considering abortion as one of your options. For the sake of your health it’s important to understand what happens during an abortion, as well as understanding what happens to your body after an abortion—including any signs of complications or
Are you facing an unplanned pregnancy and feeling overwhelmed and scared, wondering what your options are? If so, you may be considering whether you should try an online, or at-home abortion. While this type of abortion may seem easy, there are several facts and risks you need to be aware of to protect your health
If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and considering your options, you may wonder what a medical abortion is. A medical abortion, also known as the abortion pill, is a series of drugs taken in pill form to end a pregnancy. However, there are limitations to medical abortion and some risks, so you will want
Handling an unplanned pregnancy can be a challenging and emotional experience, especially when you feel pressured by others, including your partner, to make a particular choice about its outcome. It is important to remember that it is your body and your future—no one has the right to impose their decision on you regarding your pregnancy.
If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, you may feel overwhelmed and consider your options, including abortion. Before you can decide, there are 3 steps you need to take. 1.Confirm You are Pregnant While this seems like an obvious step, it’s important to make sure you are pregnant. You may have already taken an at-home
The Cleveland Clinic lists the following symptoms of incomplete abortion as: Vaginal bleeding: Defined as bleeding that is heavier than a normal period, or bleeding that persists for more than two weeks after a procedure, may indicate an incomplete abortion. Severe cramping: If the cramping is accompanied by heavy bleeding, seek medical attention immediately. Abdominal