What Is Ectopic Pregnancy?

After an egg is fertilized, it typically travels through the fallopian tube and implants in the uterine lining. However, in an ectopic pregnancy, after fertilization, the egg implants outside the uterus in the ovary, fallopian tube, cervix, or abdominal cavity....Continued

Reasons You Need an Ultrasound Before Abortion

If you’re pregnant and want to have an abortion, you may wonder why you would need an ultrasound first. While you may not feel you need to know more about your pregnancy, ultrasound scans provide valuable information that can be...Continued

Is Abortion Recovery Difficult?

Every woman’s body responds differently after having an abortion.  There are a variety of potential physical and mental health effects and complications that you may face, some short-term and others long-lasting.  For the sake of your health and future, it...Continued

Are STDs Contagious?

You can contract a sexually transmitted disease through the exposure of blood, semen, vaginal, and other bodily fluids without even knowing it. If you have an STD, you may feel and look perfectly healthy, but this doesn’t mean you aren’t...Continued

What Is an Open Adoption?

Maybe you’re confident that you want to place your child for adoption, or perhaps you just started considering the idea. Every woman’s situation is unique, and the adoptive process today allows the birth mother to decide what type of adoption...Continued

What Is Ectopic Pregnancy?

An ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg implants outside of the uterus, such as in the fallopian tubes.  Symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy can include: Shoulder pain Extreme lightheadedness or fainting Severe abdominal or pelvic pain with vaginal bleeding...Continued

Is Abortion Reversal Pill Hard on Your Body?

In some cases, women who have begun a medical abortion change their minds and want to reverse the effects of the abortion procedure. For these situations, the abortion pill reversal (APR) protocol is used. It has been found to have...Continued

How Does an Ultrasound Work?

An ultrasound is a safe and harmless technology that uses sound waves to create an image of what is happening inside your body. If you are pregnant and considering your options, an ultrasound scan is an essential step in learning...Continued