Choosing to have an abortion is a tremendous decision often surrounded by intense emotions, and these emotions are often handled by everyone differently. With some women or men, they are left with a state of PTSD known as post-abortion stress syndrome or PASS.
When you’re in a committed relationship, planning your pregnancy announcement can be exciting and fun. However, if you weren’t planning to become pregnant, this moment can turn into a nerve wracking experience. We understand that it can be scary to find out you’re pregnant unexpectedly – and even scarier to discuss it with your partner. Here is some advice to help you through this situation. For free pregnancy support and resources, contact LifeNet today by calling 530.727.9888.
If you are considering an abortion, it is important to equip yourself with as much knowledge as you can about the procedure, the risks, and the effects on your physical, mental, and emotional health. There are several different types of abortion procedures available depending on your health and how far along your pregnancy is.
When you’re faced with an unplanned pregnancy, one of the first questions you have is “What do I do now?” Today, we’re going to take an in-depth look at each of your three pregnancy options (abortion, adoption, and parenting) and discuss some common misconceptions and questions around each of them. Still have questions? Contact LifeNet today at 530.727.9888 to schedule a free appointment with a member of our staff.
If you think there’s a chance you could be pregnant, you’re probably worrying about what to do – and whether you need to take a pregnancy test. Learn all about pregnancy tests and how they work here, then schedule an appointment to get free pregnancy testing at LifeNet today. Our services are 100% confidential and offered at no cost to you. Call us at 530.727.9888.
When considering making an appointment at a pregnancy center, it can be a little nerve-wracking if you don’t know what to expect. Many women are concerned about visiting a center that will judge them for their choices or appearance, or that their personal beliefs or privacy will not be respected. At LifeNet we take your confidentiality and privacy to heart and want to give you a look at what an appointment with our staff looks like so you can know what to expect.