I’m Pregnant But I Don’t Want to Be

Nov 27, 2019Options, Unplanned Pregnancy

If you think you could be pregnant but you don’t want to be, what do you do? This is never an easy question to answer. When you find yourself in this situation, you need to talk closely with your partner and loved ones, and also consider the outcomes of each choice you can make. At Northtown Pregnancy Center, we are here to discuss your pregnancy options with you and support you every step of the way. Call or text us at 716-800-2306 to learn more about our services and how we can help you.

When You Think You’re Pregnant

If you haven’t taken a pregnancy test, that should be your first step. If cost is a barrier, you can get pregnancy testing done here at our center at no charge to you. Our lab-grade pregnancy tests are over 99% accurate. This helps you get access to resources and find answers sooner rather than later.

Once you have taken a pregnancy test, you should also get an ultrasound to ensure your pregnancy is safe. This is an important step even when you don’t want to be pregnant or you are considering abortion. Pregnancy ultrasounds are the best way of determining whether your pregnancy will continue on its own naturally, and what abortion options are available to you. We offer limited ultrasounds at our center at no cost.

What to Do Next

After you’ve found out you’re really pregnant, you have several options to consider. Each has their upsides and downsides, so you’ll want to think carefully about them all. Abortion is often the first consideration, but as with any medical procedure, it’s important to know how it may affect you. We provide pre-abortion assessments at our center at no cost to you, as well as information on your other pregnancy options. Call or text us at 716-800-2306 to schedule your appointment today.

Along with considering your pregnancy options, you should also start an open dialog with the people you trust, such as your partner, your family, your close friends, or your doctor. This will help you get answers to your questions, different perspectives on your problems, and support for your choices and decisions. Discuss how you feel about all of your pregnancy options and which one you think might be right for you.

And remember, you don’t need to feel guilty about your feelings. It’s natural to be scared or hesitant about pregnancy, especially when you weren’t expecting it. It’s important to be able to process your emotions with people you trust in order to work through them and approach your pregnancy decision with a clear mind.

Contact Us Today

For additional pregnancy help and resources, contact Northtown Pregnancy Center today. Our center offers pre-abortion assessments that include ultrasounds examinations, pregnancy options consultation, STD testing, and community support referrals. All services are offered at no-cost to you and are 100% confidential. Call or text us at 716-800-2306 to schedule an appointment and start getting the support you deserve.

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