I am so glad you are here. My name is Anna Muller, and I am the Nurse Manager at The HOPE Center. I love working at The HOPE Center and meeting all of the wonderful women and families that visit our clinic.
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The decision of whether to keep your baby, abort, or adopt can be one of the most difficult choices you may ever need to make. Unfortunately, it’s also a decision that may need to be made quickly depending on how far along you are in your pregnancy.
If abortion is a decision you’re leaning towards, it’s critical to consider how many weeks pregnant you are. Choosing an abortion after the 10th week of pregnancy limits your options as far as what type of abortion you are able to receive. The most common method for abortions after 14 weeks is the dilation and evacuation procedure. If you are considering abortion after your first trimester, it’s important to understand the process and facts about the procedure.
What to Expect
After the 13th or 14th week of pregnancy, options for abortion become more limited and are generally more invasive procedures. The most common method for abortions after 14 weeks is the dilation and evacuation (D&E) procedure.
How it Works:
Potential Side Effects of Second Trimester Abortion
As with any medical or surgical procedure, there are physical risks to undergoing an abortion. These include:
A Compassionate Ear When You Need It
While it is important that you carefully examine your values and goals during this time, it’s equally important not to allow yourself to carry this burden alone. At the HOPE Center, we provide free counseling and resources you need to make the right decision for your life.
The HOPE Center does not perform or give referrals for abortions. We offer medically accurate information about abortion, risks, and alternatives, along with free pregnancy testing and ultrasound. We are here to help you make an informed decision that is best for you and your future.
To talk to someone who cares and can help, call 770.924.0864.