When Should I Take a Pregnancy Test?

Taking a pregnancy test too early can lead to inaccurate results. Because of this, it’s important to wait a week after your missed period to take an at-home test. However, for many women, this wait can feel like years. Keep reading to learn how to receive quick, accurate, and affordable lab-quality pregnancy testing! When should…

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3 Things Needed Before Abortion

Going through all the highs and lows that come with the news of an unexpected pregnancy? You’re not alone. A positive pregnancy test is just your first step to confirming your pregnancy and making a pregnancy decision.  If you’re considering abortion, pregnancy confirmation with ultrasound is your next step. Get clarity on what type of…

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Will My Insurance Pay For My Girlfriend’s Abortion?

A positive pregnancy test result can make your world feel like it’s turned upside down. If you and your partner are experiencing an unexpected pregnancy, know you are not alone.  Most insurance companies will not pay for your girlfriend’s abortion. Here’s more to know about abortion coverage and typical abortion costs that you and your…

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Will Wisconsin Medicaid Pay for Abortion?

There are limited circumstances where Wisconsin Medicaid would pay for abortion. Keep reading to learn about Wisconsin Medicaid coverage for abortion and what the out-of-pocket costs would be if you are not covered. Abortion costs not only include the cost of the actual abortion, but also pregnancy confirmation costs. This includes any pregnancy testing and…

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What are the Signs of an Incomplete Abortion?

There are risks to abortion, one of them being an incomplete abortion. If you are considering abortion or think you may be experiencing an incomplete abortion, here are the signs. Seek immediate medical care from a doctor if you think you have signs of incomplete abortion. What is an Incomplete Abortion? An incomplete abortion can…

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Will I Pass My STD to My Child? 

Yes, some STDs (also known as STIs) can pass to your child during or before your child’s birth. Sexually transmitted diseases such as herpes, syphilis, HIV, chlamydia, and gonorrhea can create problems for both you and your baby during pregnancy. Here is what you will want to know if you have an STD and are…

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How An Adoption Plan Can Prevent Long-Term Depression From Abortion

According to Medical News Today, U.S. depression rates more than tripled during COVID-19. Of the people surveyed, almost 44% of 18 to 39-year-olds said they were more depressed than before. Other issues which caused depression included isolation, joblessness, and lack of childcare.  Now, add on top of a worldwide pandemic an unexpected pregnancy and you…

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Can I Graduate High School Pregnant?

Being pregnant in high school doesn’t mean you’ve come to a dead end. You’re taking a detour on a new road that leads you to a new future. You’re strong and capable. With determination and a little extra assistance, you can be pregnant, graduate from high school, and go on to be successful. Your Rights…

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Are STDs Contagious?

The bottom line is, yes. All STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) are passed from one person to another, most often, through sexual contact. You can contract an STD by having unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has an STD. Sometimes, herpes can be transmitted by kissing, if herpes blisters are in the mouth…

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Chlamydia: Common Signs and Symptoms

Chlamydia trachomatis is one of the most common STIs caused by bacteria. It can occur in both men and women but is more common in young women. It’s not difficult to treat, but if left untreated, it can lead to more serious health problems. Did you know it’s possible to have a sexually transmitted disease…

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