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3 Things Needed Before Abortion and How to Get them for Free

In this article, we discuss the three things you need to do before having an abortion, as well as how you can get them for free! Click here to find out more!
3 Things Needed Before Abortion and How to Get them for Free

We know how hard an unplanned pregnancy can be. At the Open Arms Pregnancy Clinic, we've helped thousands of women and we can help you, too. You are not alone. If you are considering an abortion, there are some important steps you should take beforehand. Here are three things you need to do before an abortion and how to receive them for free.

1. Free Clinical Pregnancy Testing

 

Your first step to take before an abortion is a pregnancy test. This may sound like a simple step, but it's the preliminary indication that you may be pregnant. However, even if your at-home test came back positive, it's important to have a clinical pregnancy test performed by a medical professional. The Open Arms Pregnancy Clinic offers free and confidential clinical pregnancy testing.

2. Free Ultrasound

 

The next step in your preparation process is to have an ultrasound exam. Open Arms offers free limited OB ultrasound exams as well. This ultrasound will reveal how far along you are in your pregnancy and whether or not your pregnancy is even viable. This is vital information to have as part of your decision-making process.

3. Free Options Counseling

 

Once you have a viable pregnancy confirmed and know exactly how far along you are in your pregnancy, the next step is to explore all three options - abortion, adoption, and parenting. Deciding to move forward with any of these options is a big decision, but you don't have to face this decision alone.

 

We are here to help. We will provide you with resources as well as the information you'll need in order to make an empowered decision for your future. All of our services are completely free and confidential.

 

Make an appointment with us today to talk about your options.

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