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Abortion Pressures

Abortion Pressures If you have learned you are pregnant, you may be feeling confused, alone, and afraid to tell your parents or your boyfriend. Because you are faced with one of the most important decisions you may make in your life, you may have questions about what to do next. At First Choice we want…
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Someone I Know Is Considering Abortion…What Do I Do?

Your friend, daughter or sister just told you she’s pregnant. You may be feeling all different emotions – shock, uncertainty and/or your own beliefs about her options about what she should do. You can be sure that she’s feeling all sorts of emotions, too. As her friend, you should be honored that she told you.…
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How Do I Tell My Parents That I’m Pregnant?

It isn’t easy to tell your parents you’re pregnant. They might be angry or upset at the news. You’ll want to give them space to process their emotions because just as it’s hard for you, it will probably be hard for them. And, while it’s easy to assume the worst will happen, it’s been our…
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Why Is An Ultrasound Important Before An Abortion?

You’ve taken a home test. It was positive. There’s no way you can a baby now so you make an appt. for an abortion. Ahhh…wait…not so fast. There’s something you want to do first: have your pregnancy medically confirmed via ultrasound. A pregnancy test is not conclusive and is insufficient to make a decision about…
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6 Things To Help You With Morning Sickness

According to the American Pregnancy Association, more than 50% of pregnant women experience morning sickness [1]. Morning sickness refers to the nauseous feeling that women sometimes have during the first or second trimester of pregnancy. This feeling of nausea can be made worse by certain foods or smells, and it can be difficult to eat…
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What Is Morning Sickness?

Morning sickness refers to the nauseous feeling you may have during the first trimester of pregnancy and it can be accompanied with vomiting. For many women the symptoms of morning sickness are their first signs of pregnancy. Morning sickness can occur as early as 4 weeks after conception and fertilization, or around the time of…
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