If you are undecided about your pregnancy and considering abortion as a possible choice, you may be looking for abortion information to help you figure things out.
Do you have questions like:
What kind of abortion is available to me?
How soon can I have one?
How much does it cost?
Will the morning after pill work for me?
Call us @ 856-795-0048 to speak to a registered nurse or to schedule an appointment to learn more about abortion procedures. Learning the facts and risks associated with abortion is crucial to your decision-making process.
The stage of your pregnancy will determine whether you will have a medical or a surgical abortion. Options can help identify the stage of your pregnancy with a free ultrasound so you will have all the information you need to make your best choice.
Medical abortions are performed in the earlier stages of pregnancy -up to and including 10 weeks- by using drugs instead of surgical instruments. It’s a two-step process that involves taking 2 medications called the Abortion Pill over a three period.
Some women who start the process of a medical abortion might not want to go through with it. They can have second thoughts and wonder if they still have time to change their minds after they have taken the first round of medication.
If you are someone who has changed her mind, there is a chance you can still save your pregnancy. You can contact a 24-hour hotline for women who are interested in getting the Abortion Reversal Pill, 1-877-558-0333, or Go Here: Can A Medical Abortion be Reversed? to learn more.
Surgical abortion procedures are also based on a woman’s stage of pregnancy and may include Vacuum Aspiration, and Dilation and Evacuation methods.
As with any surgical procedure, there are risks involved. Ask your doctor or provider specific questions about abortion procedures and what you should expect, including the possible emotional side effects associated with abortion. Before you make such a life-changing decision, arm yourself with knowledge about what’s happening to and inside your body and look ahead towards a support system if you should need one later.
Please note that Options does not provide abortions but we will take the time to review all your questions and to offer you a free ultrasound to help you with your decision.
Adoption & interim care can be a difficult decision for mothers. Our navigators provide the support you need when grappling with the right choice for your baby by clearly laying out the options available to you and connecting you with the appropriate agencies. No matter what you decide, we are advocates for you. We’ll help to make sure your child has the opportunity for a safe and happy future.