Care Net PCR offers the most important first step in making an informed decision: medical confirmation of pregnancy via ultrasound, plus accurate information about all of your options, including abortion – provided free of charge. Because abortion is irreversible and impacts several lives, it is important to carefully evaluate your alternatives.
Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy. A pregnancy that ends naturally (on its own, with no artificial inducement) is referred to as a “spontaneous abortion” or miscarriage. Approximately 25% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage, which is why it is important to medically confirm your pregnancy before obtaining an abortion.
There are two types of induced abortion: Chemical and Surgical.
Before an abortion procedure can take place, gestational age must be determined. Care Net PCR uses an ultrasound to determine gestational age.
Abortion, like all medical procedures, carries risks. Serious medical complications occur infrequently in early abortions, but increase with later abortions.1 There is evidence that induced abortion can be associated with significant loss of both emotional and physical health long-term.2
Complete information on the risks associated with surgical abortion is limited due to incomplete reporting and lack of record-keeping. Available information reports the following physical risks:
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