Abortion Information

If you are pregnant and considering making an appointment at an abortion clinic, it’s important for you to be fully informed on all your options.

The more you know about your options, the more empowered you will be to make the best decision for you. Get the information you are looking for at Starkville Pregnancy Care Center.

Starkville Pregnancy Care Center offers consultation regarding your decisions at no cost to you but does not refer for or perform abortions.

Are You Thinking About an Abortion?

The types of abortion methods that are available to you depend on how far along you are in your pregnancy. To make an informed decision, there are a few things you should know before visiting an abortion clinic.

When you make an appointment with Starkville Pregnancy Care Center, you will receive a screening, which includes:

  • Free of charge lab-quality pregnancy testing
  • Free of charge limited obstetrical ultrasound
  • Information regarding abortion methods

If you are considering abortion, you should receive an ultrasound to find out how long you have been pregnant.

You deserve answers. Request an appointment today at Starkville Pregnancy Care Center.

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What Do You Know About Abortion Methods?

Different abortion methods are used to end a pregnancy based on how far along you are. Make sure you know the facts and are fully informed. Starkville Pregnancy Care Center can provide you with a free of charge limited ultrasound, and resources on various abortion procedures and risks so that you can make an informed decision.

Abortion Pill (Medical Abortion)

Surgical Abortion

A medical or non-surgical abortion uses the "Abortion Pill" or other types of chemicals to terminate an early pregnancy. This method of abortion is used up to 70 days after a woman’s last menstrual period. If you are further along in your pregnancy, a medical abortion may be ineffective. Getting a medical abortion may involve up to 2 office visits and may require a surgical procedure if the medical abortion is unsuccessful.

If you’re not a candidate for a medical abortion or if the medical abortion fails, a surgical abortion would be necessary. Surgical abortions can also be elective. This method of abortion must be obtained at a medical facility and ends a pregnancy by emptying the uterus using surgical instruments. There are different types of surgical abortion procedures and different methods involved depending on gestational age.

Make an appointment with the staff at Starkville Pregnancy Care Center to learn more about your options.

Starkville Pregnancy Care Center does not perform or refer for abortions.

Know The Facts

At Starkville Pregnancy Care Center, we can answer questions you have and provide you with support through your journey.

This information is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice. Starkville Pregnancy Care Center does not perform or refer for abortions.

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