Abortion comes with risks to your mental health, and you’re more likely to experience a mental health risk if you’ve faced previous trauma. Read on to learn more about how abortion might affect you mentally and how to protect your mental health. Or, if you want to talk to someone about abortion and your other
If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy, it’s important to know you have options. While abortion is the only option that will end your pregnancy, you have two other choices: parenting or adoption. Read on to learn more about these options. Or, if you want to speak to someone in person about your pregnancy options, contact
Making a decision about an unintended pregnancy is one of the most personal and complex choices a person may face. While friends, family, and the internet can offer lots of information and advice, there is an unmatched value in seeking Stillwater Life Services when considering abortion. Learn more by contacting us to make an appointment.
An incomplete abortion is a risk associated with medical and surgical abortion, and it happens when parts of the pregnancy remain in the uterus. Signs of an incomplete abortion can sometimes be confused with the side effects of abortion itself and include abdominal cramping and vaginal bleeding. However, if you’re experiencing an incomplete abortion, these
Abortion is a permanent decision that terminates a pregnancy, and it’s associated with physical and mental health risks. While the physical risks are talked about more often, recent studies have shed light on the potential mental health effects that some women experience after an abortion. Read on to learn more about the potential mental health
If you’re unexpectedly pregnant, you’re likely feeling overwhelmed by emotions. First of all, take a deep breath. Everything will be okay. Right now, the most important thing you can do is learn all you can about your options. This research will help you make an informed decision and move forward. Read on to learn about