We’re still learning about the effects of coronavirus (COVID-19), and reports about a sudden illness can understandably cause anxieties to surface. If you’ve recently learned about a possible pregnancy, you may be concerned about how COVID-19 can affect your health, and what your risk level is for contracting the disease. The stress of the situation may have you experiencing nervous emotions, and if you’re worried about your pregnancy in the midst of COVID-19, then you may want to seek out assistance so you may be provided with additional support during this time.
It’s good to be careful after hearing about a sickness like the coronavirus, but it can also be important to remember to keep a level of calm. You may be trying to avoid contact with others and take precautions to protect yourself, and Avenue Women’s Center can help you. Our six locations throughout DuPage County are prepared to offer you free services to support you during an unexpected pregnancy. Since our caring staff is dedicated to ensuring you have access to resources, we’re offering remote consultations to listen and work with you in a way that accommodates your needs. Call, chat, email, or text to receive reliable information and counsel from our trained pregnancy consultants!
What Avenue Women’s Center Can Still Do for You
As more information continues to emerge about COVID-19 and how it may be contracted, perhaps you’ve begun to distance yourself socially. This is a reasonable measure to take to avoid illness, but if you’ve just learned about an unexpected pregnancy, having a healthy supportive network is often crucial. Reduced face to face interactions means you may want to seek out company through phone calls, texting, or video chats, as immersing yourself in the strength of your connections to your loved ones can reduce the stress of your circumstances.
While an office visit may still be required in order to take a pregnancy test or have an ultrasound exam administered, Avenue Women’s Center is prepared to and willing to work with you to ensure your comfort. If you do not want to take the risk of venturing out of your home, then we can offer you the choice of an options consultation appointment by phone.
This is where one of our expert staff will talk you through your three unexpected pregnancy decisions, supplying you with accurate information about abortion, adoption, and parenting. Our staff will dependably answer any questions you have about how to connect with outside resources and clarify any concerns you might have about your options. Since the news about COVID-19 may have you worried about how the virus will impact your health, we can provide you with medical referrals for a doctor or a community health center.
Committed to Providing Pregnancy Services
Maintaining a commitment towards excellence and dedication to our clients, the staff at Avenue Women’s Center understands the need for information and supportive services during what may be a time of uncertainty. The compassionate professionals at our centers can walk you through basic steps to help you navigate through a pregnancy when there’s a public health concern. Your safety is important to us, and we can give you advice about good hygiene practices and ways to maintain a positive physical and emotional condition.
This does not have to be a solitary journey, as you’re not the only one who may feel scared about accessing services while COVID-19 continues to be an issue. If you are experiencing growing concerns, then please do not hesitate to reach out for assistance. We want you to stay well, and we have many forms of communication to begin talking with you so you do not have to cope with an unexpected pregnancy by yourself.
As updates about the virus continue to pour in, you may be wondering about how to take precautions while also accessing services for an unexpected pregnancy. Avenue Women’s Center is addressing concerns by taking pro-active precautions to ensure your health in our six local centers. Our compassionate staff can also offer you a free consultation without you having to leave your home. We’re here to walk you through your options and ways to stay healthy. This may be a challenging time, but we’re committed to reducing the stress of your circumstances in any way we can. Reach out today to begin receiving confidential support and resources!
The information provided here is general in nature. It is not a substitute for a consultation with a medical professional. Before any medical procedure, it is imperative that you discuss your personal medical history, risks, and concerns with your doctor. If you have questions during or after a procedure, your doctor should be immediately contacted. Avenue Women’s Center is not an emergency center. If you are experiencing severe symptoms, such as bleeding and/or pain, seek immediate medical attention. Contact your physician, go to an emergency room, or call 911.