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You may feel pressure to hurry and make a decision regarding your pregnancy because of those around you. Though this decision is not easy, and time is of the essence, if you’re considering an abortion, your health is important to consider before choosing an abortion clinic near you.

Take a brief moment to breathe, consider your options, and learn the facts about abortion here at Parke Vermillion. Below are some steps we’ll help walk you through. 

1. Confirm Your Pregnancy

If you’ve already taken a home pregnancy test, this first step may seem unnecessary. Though it’s rare, there is always a chance for inaccurate home pregnancy test results. Be sure to follow it up with another test at our center at no cost to you.

Once you’ve confirmed your home pregnancy test results and it’s positive, it’s important to receive an ultrasound. An ultrasound will reveal important-to-your-options information, such as how far along you are and if you have a viable, healthy pregnancy. 

Confirming how far along you are will determine which types of abortion procedures you could be eligible for. 

2. Understand the Risks

If you are considering abortion, you will also want to consider the risks. There are two types of abortions: surgical abortion and medical abortion.

Each abortion type has unique risks, but they also share similar risks like incomplete abortion (needing another procedure to finish the abortion), infection, and heavy or prolonged bleeding.

Learn more about the risks of each abortion procedure type from our team. We can help better inform you about the process so you can gain clarity for your pregnancy decision.

3. Discuss Your Options

Though you may be considering abortion, you have more than one option regarding your pregnancy. No one can decide for you; it’s ultimately up to you.

We at the PVCPC do not have all the answers, but we have a safe place for you to come and express your concerns and questions. We have the resources and skills to help you find the answers you need.  

We at the PVCPC do not have all the answers, but we have a safe place for you to come and express your concerns and questions. We have the resources and skills to help you find the answers you need.  


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