Are you overwhelmed about your test result near Richwoods - Robertsville, MO? Are you possibly considering an abortion? Before you make a decision for abortion, you need to be fully informed about abortion procedures; each with their own potential risks and complications.
Abortion has been associated with infection, preterm birth in future pregnancies, and emotional, psychological and spiritual impact. Abortion is not a decision to make lightly. It may seem like a clear-cut decision, but there are a lot of things to consider.
You are not alone. Hand 'n Hand wants to help you find the answers to your questions. A medical professional will talk with you about your abortion options, and all of our services are free and confidential.
Be Sure You Are Pregnant
Before getting any type of abortion, you will need to be certain that you are actually pregnant and how far you are into the pregnancy. Even if you have pregnancy symptoms or have taken a home test, you should come to our center for a confirmation of your home test result.
Did you know that 15-20% of all pregnancies end naturally in miscarriage because such pregnancies are not viable? If you are pregnant, a urine pregnancy test alone will not tell if you fall in that category. If you have a positive result at our center, we will provide a free ultrasound to determine that your pregnancy is viable. An ultrasound can tell you if your pregnancy is in the uterus, determine the gestational age and confirm cardiac activity. A medical professional will answer any questions you might have and help you navigate your next steps. No pressure, no stress, no drama...just answers.
Is Abortion Right For Me?
- Do I think about abortion as ending a life?
- How might I feel about my abortion decision 10 years from now?
- Do I understand the possible risks I might experience?
- Have I seriously considered all of my options?
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Free Accurate Abortion Information
You should get the facts. You need to know about which abortion methods are used at different stages of pregnancy. Learn what possible health risks are involved in each procedure. A medical professional can help you understand all the facts, so you can make an informed decision. Make an appointment today to meet with a medical professional near Richwoods - Robertsville, MO who can provide information, listen to your concerns and answer your questions.
Abortion & STI'S
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's) pose a serious risk to a woman's future reproductive and overall health, especially if left untreated. According to the Centers for Disease Control in the United States, any abortion procedure (including medical abortion) opens the risk of transmitting bacteria from outside the woman's body or from the vagina into the woman's cervix.
If you feel you are experiencing symptoms of an STI, please contact your doctor as soon as possible. It's important to remember that not all STIs produce noticeable symptoms; therefore, it's recommended that you get tested for STIs regularly if you are sexually active with new or multiple partners.
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Not Your First Abortion?
Having more than one abortion carries increased health risks and possible fertility implications. At Hand 'n Hand, we can talk about your concerns and give you information, so you can make a fully informed decision about whether having another abortion is right for you.
We are here to help you get the answers to your questions so you can make a fully informed decision about which option is right for you.
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Richwoods is an unincorporated community in northeastern Washington County, Missouri, United States. It is located on Missouri Route A one mile east of Missouri Route 47, approximately 15 miles west of De Soto and 19 miles south of St. Clair. Robertsville is an unincorporated community in eastern Franklin County, Missouri, United States. It is located approximately six miles (10 km) southwest of Pacific on Missouri Route O and is home to the 1,225-acre (4.96 km2) Robertsville State Park.