Will My Insurance Pay For My Girlfriend’s Abortion?

It’s unlikely that your insurance will pay for your girlfriend’s abortion.  Health insurance companies typically require a financial legal obligation, such as a marriage or domestic partnership, before your policy can cover another person. However, for specific details and answers to your questions, it’s always best to check with your insurance provider. Does Your Girlfriend

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Is an Online Abortion or At-Home Abortion Safe?

An online or at-home abortion involves ordering the abortion drugs (also called the “abortion pill”) online, without going to a clinic or pharmacy. This option puts your health at risk, and the FDA advises against it. The abortion drugs you can find online aren’t FDA-approved, which means they fall outside the US supply chain—and the

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

Some conversations are more complicated than others. It’s one thing to tell your partner you want to break up, but it’s another when you have to tell them you’re pregnant and want an abortion. Do you have to tell him? No. Should you tell him? Probably. Here’s why. Have You Done Your Research First? Before

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My Partner is Pressuring Me to Have an Abortion But I’m Not Sure

No one should pressure you to abort your pregnancy. It is emotional abuse, which, according to one study, can have negative effects on your mental health. Only you can decide the outcome of your unplanned pregnancy. If you are unsure what to do, schedule a free, confidential appointment with a caring team member to look

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How an Adoption Plan Can Prevent Depression Caused by Abortion

When considering how to handle your unexpected pregnancy, it is essential to review all of your options. This isn’t an easy choice to make, especially when you realize both abortion and adoption involve loss. But with adoption, you can build a relationship with your child and be a part of their future. Learn how this

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Don’t Want Another Abortion?

Have you discovered you are unexpectedly pregnant and need to decide what to do? If you’ve chosen abortion before and don’t want another one, you do have options. Making an adoption plan or choosing to parent may sound scary until you learn more about them. Find out as much as you can before making a

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How Late Can You Have an Abortion? You Have Time to Think

If abortion seems like the best choice for your unexpected pregnancy, get the facts first. Learn the time limits for specific procedures. At SouthWest Options for Women, we can verify your pregnancy, discuss abortion procedures and potential risks, and talk about your situation. Now’s the time to schedule your free and confidential appointment.  Have You

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How Will Abortion Affect Me Physically?

We’re glad you’re asking the important questions. There are physical and mental consequences to every abortion, and it’s good to be aware of the possibilities. Potential side effects include nausea, vomiting, bleeding, and cramping. Possible risks include incomplete abortion, heavy bleeding, and severe cramping.  Take the time to get the facts. At Southwest Options for

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How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

“Having a medical abortion is a major decision with emotional and psychological consequences.” A Mayo Clinic staff member wrote those words when talking about medical abortion. They go on to say that a woman should ensure she understands what abortion entails, the side effects, possible risks, complications, and alternatives. Does Abortion Cause Mental Health Problems?

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