Could I Be Pregnant and Not Know It?

Yes, it is possible to be pregnant and not know it.  However, most women find out at some point, usually between 4 and 12 weeks of pregnancy. They may miss a period or experience pregnancy symptoms that lead to taking a pregnancy test. In some cases, women may not know they are pregnant until later

What Are My Second-Trimester Pregnancy Options?

You have several options if you’re in your second trimester of pregnancy. You can choose a surgical abortion, parenting, or adoption.  You may feel especially anxious about deciding when you’re further along. This is understandable. You can still get the information you need to make a thoughtful decision.  Abortion Your second trimester of pregnancy begins

What Are the Early Pregnancy Symptoms?

Every woman is unique and will experience early pregnancy differently than others. While some women might have a metallic taste in their mouths, others may have nausea or experience no visible symptoms at all. Even with this variation, common pregnancy signs and symptoms exist. According to the Mayo Clinic, here are a few you could

I’ve Already Had an Abortion and Don’t Want Another One. What Are My Options?

If you’ve already had an abortion and don’t want another one, you have two other options: parenting and adoption. While both choices involve carrying your pregnancy to term, after that, they look very different.  Heart to Heart provides support, information, and resources in Laramie, Wyoming. Schedule a no-cost appointment to talk with us in a

How Will Abortion Affect Me Physically?

Though abortion affects every woman differently, know that it’s a significant decision with physical and psychological consequences. You should review all your pregnancy options before making a choice. Ultimately, how abortion would affect you depends on your unique situation. Heart to Heart PRC provides the facts on abortion procedures because we care about your well-being. 

How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

Abortion is a big decision with lasting consequences. If you have an unexpected pregnancy, you must review all your options and understand the implications of each.  We know that certain side effects and risks are associated with abortion, but understanding mental health effects can be confusing. We’ve broken them down for you below. Possible Mental

I Don’t Want to Be Pregnant. Is Abortion My Only Option?

If you have an unexpected pregnancy, know that abortion isn’t your only option. Despite what others may say, parenting and adoption are alternatives. Let’s review what you should know about these options. Visiting a pregnancy center like Heart to Heart PRC is also essential to get the facts in a non-judgmental setting. Could I Parent?

Why Talk to Us About Abortion?

You will likely have a lot of questions if you are unexpectedly pregnant, considering your options, including abortion services. While there are several choices to receive the pregnancy support you need, Heart to Heart PRC is wholeheartedly committed to your well-being. But why should you choose our center? 1. We are a medical facility committed

How Can I Recover Emotionally After an Abortion?

Abortion looks different for everyone. Some women struggle emotionally (difficulty having healthy relationships), and some women struggle mentally (difficulty thinking clearly and making positive decisions). For those who do suffer mentally, the road to healing can feel long and complicated—even impossible.  The good news is that recovery is possible. Take comfort in the fact that

Is Abortion or Adoption Right for Me?

When experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, you need to know about your options. Perhaps someone you know has had a past abortion, or maybe you have a friend who is part of an adoptive family. Now you’re faced with the decision to abort, make an adoption plan or parent.  It’s more important than ever that you

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