Has an unintended pregnancy caught you off guard? We know you probably feel a bit out of control at the moment. The journey ahead with your partner can seem challenging, but you are not alone. Many men ask themselves these questions when deciding how to move forward with the pregnancy news…
It’s important to first process the news of an unintended pregnancy on your own, and then seek to support your partner in her decision moving forward. Talk it over with someone you trust.
Your partner needs you during this time, especially as she navigates through her pregnancy decision. Listen well and be available for your partner whenever she needs you. This is a great way to support her right now.
Before envisioning the future too much, seek confirmation that your partner’s pregnancy is viable, that means living and progressing inside the uterus. There is a chance that the at-home pregnancy test your partner took is a false positive, or was not read correctly. Also, some women experience early miscarriages and/or chemical pregnancy, or are experiencing an ectopic pregnancy (where the pregnancy grows outside the uterus).
Before making a pregnancy decision, seek confirmation of your partner’s pregnancy through lab-grade pregnancy testing and a limited ultrasound at our clinic today. Speak with our compassionate team to discuss your pregnancy questions. Learn what the next step may be for you and your partner.
Get informed about all your pregnancy options after verifying your partner’s pregnancy result with lab-grade pregnancy testing and ultrasound.
You have three options: abortion, an adoption plan, and parenting. Discuss these with your partner and someone you trust. Our team at Liberty Women’s Clinic can help you navigate all your questions about each option, at no cost.
We can support you during this time and offer clarity to you and your partner. Schedule an appointment today to learn what’s next in this pregnancy journey. Our clinic is here to help you during this challenging time.
If your partner has had an abortion and you’re struggling, know there’s help available. Please contact us to learn more.