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Not Sure Where to Begin?

If you are scared, confused, or overwhelmed by an unplanned pregnancy, you are not alone. We are here for you as you learn how to navigate your options. You don’t have to know all the answers. 

We can help you decide what’s next for you and your partner.

First Step: Pregnancy Confirmation

If your partner confirmed her pregnancy with a home pregnancy test, it’s important to follow up with a medical-grade pregnancy test AND a limited ultrasound at LifeLine Pregnancy Center. Pregnancy confirmation will confirm the presence of an intrauterine pregnancy, estimate gestational age, and confirm cardiac activity.

Know Your Options

Your pregnancy decision will affect you from this day forward, so it’s important to consider all your options. You and your partner have three options: abortion, adoption, or parenting.

1. Abortion

Abortion procedures come with many risks and complications. You and your partner deserve to know the facts before making your decision.

2. Adoption

The type of adoption you choose depends on the type of communication and contact you wish to have with the child and adoptive family. Choose from open, closed, or semi-open adoption.

For some people, adoption may be a solution to an unintended pregnancy. Adoption can be a great alternative to raising a child that you may not feel prepared to raise. It can, in many cases, be the best and most loving choice.

3. Parenting

Parenting is not easy, but it is rewarding, and it’s not impossible with a good support system. Talk with us today to learn about the free parenting support services that are available to you.  

Get Support Today

You are not alone in your decision. LifeLine offers male client advocates and “dad coaches” to help you sort through your options. Sitting down to understand your options is the only way you’ll truly know what decision is right for you and your partner.

Am I Eligible for the Abortion Pill?

If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy, you may be curious about the abortion pill. While it may seem like a simple solution to an unexpected pregnancy, abortion is a serious medical decision and is not an option for every pregnant woman. For the sake of your health, it is vital to have your pregnancy and

What is the Difference Between a Blood and Urine Pregnancy Test?

Blood and urine pregnancy tests both work by detecting the hormone hCG (human gonadotropic hormone) in your body. A pregnancy begins to release hCG after it implants in the lining of the uterus, and with each day that passes, hCG levels rise to sustain a healthy pregnancy. While implantation of the pregnancy typically occurs between

I’m Afraid of How My Partner Will React to My Unplanned Pregnancy

A positive pregnancy test can send your mind racing. Maybe you just found out you’re pregnant, or you’ve known for a while, but preparing to share the news with your partner can be overwhelming. Before telling your partner that you’re pregnant, taking time to make a plan of how and where you’ll share the news