Do I Have To Tell My Partner I Want an Abortion?

Do you have doubts about expressing wanting an abortion to your partner? It’s important to explore your hesitations as you navigate an unexpected pregnancy and stay open with your partner (if safe to do so). No matter what you decide to do, we at Rockingham Pregnancy Care Center are here to walk with you and

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My Partner Is Pressuring Me To Have an Abortion but I’m Not Sure

It’s not okay for anyone to pressure you into any pregnancy decision. You deserve the space to think over your options without feeling confused or overwhelmed.  You don’t have to feel obligated to discuss this decision with your partner, especially if your partner is pressuring you to have an abortion. Get the space you need

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Don’t Want Another Abortion

If you’ve had an abortion already and you don’t want another one, you have options. There are also resources and many community organizations available to help you. Keep reading for more details, and schedule a free appointment to talk more in person in a safe environment. 1. Adoption If you know you don’t want another

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How Will Abortion Affect Me Physically?

There are physical risks and side effects that come with abortion. If you are considering this option, it’s important to understand how it may affect you physically, including infection and damage to the uterus. Keep reading to learn about all of the possible risks. 1. Medical Abortion Medical abortion involves two different drugs: mifepristone and

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How to Navigate the Holidays with an Unexpected Pregnancy

Finding out you’re unexpectedly pregnant around the holidays can be very challenging. In addition to managing some of your symptoms, you might wonder what you will say at family gatherings. Here are some tips for this holiday season! 1. Take Care of Yourself Early pregnancy symptoms can include fatigue, food aversions, and nausea. You may

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How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

It’s difficult to predict how exactly a woman will feel following an abortion. Every situation is different, and women may feel a range of emotions or very few. Some women feel regret and sadness, while others feel profound relief.  It can be helpful to pinpoint how you may feel by considering past mental health experiences

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