If you are pregnant, it is important to get the right advice and support as soon as possible.
You have several choices:
- To keep the baby
- To place the baby for fostering or adoption
- To end the pregnancy by having an abortion.
It's normal to have mixed feelings about your pregnancy. If you are unsure about what to do, try talking to someone you trust, such as a parent or friend. If you need to talk to someone else, try speaking to a counsellor at your GP or family planning clinic.
If you decide to have an abortion, they can help you work through some of the feelings and thoughts you may have before and after the procedure. They can also advise you on what types of abortion are available to you. Although it isn't a good idea to rush your decision, it is important to remember that before 12 weeks, terminations are fairly simple while after 12 weeks, they can be more complicated and the risk may increase.
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