How Do I Know If I’m Ready for Sex?
We’ve been dating for a while…does that make me ready for sex? I met a cute guy the other night, we’re both fine with casual sex, and I’m on birth control…does that make me ready for sex? My partner and I have talked about sex already…does that make me ready for sex? What makes someone ready for sex? Is it different for each person? What if a couple can’t agree on the right time to start having sex? There are 4 important questions for people to ask themselves before having sex. 1. Do I know my significant other’s sexual history? It’s important to know if he has STI’s, because that means it...
Do I need an Ultrasound to Get an Abortion?
Whether you have an ultrasound at a Pregnancy Resource Center or an abortion clinic, it’s a necessity in a pre-abortion screening. There are 3 important reasons to have an ultrasound. 1. The most important reason to have an ultrasound is to determine if a pregnancy is viable. Licensed medical staff are trained to complete an ultrasound in order to observe if it will likely progress as a healthy pregnancy. Many don’t realize that over 20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage, which makes an abortion unnecessary. 2. An ultrasound is also necessary to date the pregnancy, determining which abortion...
What’s the abortion pill?
What’s the abortion pill? How do I get it? How does it work? Will it harm me? Are online abortion pills safe? What if I change my mind? How does it work? The abortion pill (also known as Mifeprex, TM mifepristone, RU-486) is usually taken up to 10 weeks gestation. Abortion pills are usually administered at an abortion clinic. Most clinics have patients take the first pill at the clinic, which causes the embryo’s death. Two or three days later, the woman will take the second pill, which causes cramping to expel the baby. On average, between days 7-14, patients are supposed to follow up...
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