Telling your parents that you’re pregnant can be nerve-wracking, but it’s an important step as you make your pregnancy plan. You may be worried about their reaction, but it’s important to remember that they care about you and will want what they think is best for you. Read this article for suggestions on how to
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If you have had sex recently and might be pregnant, there are some common early pregnancy symptoms to be aware of, such as nausea, tender breasts, or a missed period. However, some of these symptoms are similar to PMS, so taking a reliable pregnancy test and not just relying on how you feel is essential.
Whether you feel anguish, loss, or numbness from your experience, how you react to an abortion procedure is unpredictable. Regardless of your particular journey and how you feel after your abortion, you are not alone in your struggle. The experience is different for everyone. However, some women have reported decreased self-esteem, grief, or depression. These
Finding out you’re pregnant when you were not planning on starting a family can cause a lot of overwhelming questions and emotions. Should you terminate your pregnancy? Is adoption a better idea? What are the risks of abortion? These questions may run through your mind, but cut yourself a break. It’s okay to take a
If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and have determined that parenting is not a possibility right now, your two options are abortion and adoption. Some women experience mental health struggles after getting an abortion. If that is a concern for you, you may want to research and explore the possibility of making an adoption
With the historic overturning of Roe v. Wade in the summer of 2022, women’s access to healthcare has been a subject of concern and conversation across the United States. Because many states are starting to restrict abortion access, there are worries that this will prevent women from receiving lifesaving healthcare. Guidance from Health and Human
If you are unexpectedly pregnant, you may wonder what your local options are or if abortion is even an option for you here in Minnesota. Abortion access is still available in Minnesota. Read this article to learn how the recent Supreme Court ruling impacts our state and what steps you should take if considering an
Roe v. Wade was a historic Supreme Court decision in 1973 that claimed a woman’s right to an abortion was federally protected under the U.S. Constitution. But in June 2022, this decision was overturned, returning the ability to legislate abortion back to the states. What does this mean for the state of Minnesota? Read this
Common signs of an incomplete abortion include: Heavy Vaginal bleeding Pain in the lower back or abdominals Passing blood clots Vomiting Diarrhea Fever If you are experiencing signs of an incomplete abortion, you will want to seek medical help immediately. In the case of an incomplete abortion, a medical procedure will be necessary to prevent
Unless you have an established legal financial obligation, such as marriage or domestic partnership, your health insurance is unlikely to cover your girlfriend. This means your insurance would not cover your girlfriend’s costs of abortion and any of her other medical services. However, always check with your insurance provider for specific details on your plan.