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Bright Hope PSS, Allentown
Bright Hope PSS, Bethlehem
Capital Area Pregnancy Centers, Inc., Camp Hill
Delaware County Pregnancy Center, Chester
Chester County Women's Services, Coatesville
Choices Pregnancy Center, Coraopolis
Bright Hope PSS - Easton, Easton
Women's Care Center of Erie County, Inc., Erie
Pregnancy Resources at Cornerstone, Gap
Tender Care Pregnancy Center, Gettysburg
Morning Star Pregnancy Services, Harrisburg
Tender Care Pregnancy Center, Hanover
Chester County Women's Services, Kennett Square
Morning Star Pregnancy Services, Middletown
Choices Pregnancy Services, Monaca
Women's Choice Network, Monroeville
Morning Star Pregnancy Services, New Cumberland
Hope Pregnancy Center, Philadelphia
Women's Choice Network, Pittsburg
Choices Pregnancy Center, Pittsburgh
Women's Choice Network, Pittsburgh
A Woman's Concern PRC, State College
Chester County Women's Services, West Chester
Lifeline of Berks County, West Reading
If you are considering an abortion, an ultrasound will provide confirmation of pregnancy and how far along you are. An at home abortion, also known as the abortion pill, may be something you are considering. It is important to first meet with a medical professional and get all your specific questions answered and discuss the options. Meeting in person with a medical professional is the only way to truly determine your gestation age (how many weeks), as well as rule out the possibility of an ectopic pregnancy and confirm the pregnancy is indeed viable. This is all critical information for you to have for your health and safety before taking the abortion pill medication.
There are many questions about the abortion pill like “How does the abortion pill work?”,” Is the abortion pill truly effective?”, “What happens if the abortion pill doesn’t work?”, “How many pills do I have to take with the abortion pill?”, and more.
Asking Siri or searching through Google will only get you so far.
Nothing replaces meeting with a medical professional in person.
The medical professionals working at these clinics are here to provide you the medical information you need, as well as answer all your questions about your pregnancy.
All the services at a pregnancy medical clinic are free and confidential.