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“Considering Abortion Because My Partner Left Me”

Are you managing an unexpected pregnancy after a painful breakup?  Perhaps you and your former partner didn’t want this pregnancy from the beginning.  Or, you had accepted your circumstances and were planning to parent… until the relationship ended.  You may or may not have known about the pregnancy before he left.  If you’re considering abortion because your partner walked away, you’re probably hurting deeply today, feeling blindsided and alone, no matter the unique circumstances you’re facing.  Avenue Women’s Center is here to meet you in this difficult space with empathy and real-world help.

A breakup is one of those significant life events that can prompt a woman to re-evaluate her future.  If your partner’s decision to leave has caused you to see your pregnancy options in a new light, that’s only natural.  Now may be a good time to re-examine all of your available paths.  Avenue Women’s Center provides free first-step pregnancy services because we believe every woman should be offered the reliable facts she needs to move forward with an informed perspective.

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How Can a Pregnancy Center Like Avenue Help?

This pregnancy decision (for abortion, adoption, or parenting) has been yours to make from the beginning.  But facing this choice without the support of a partner may feel especially overwhelming if you were counting on a significant other’s support from the beginning.  Know that Avenue Women’s Center is in your corner, whether or not you have an existing support network.  Here are some of the no-cost early pregnancy services that we offer:

  • Medical-grade pregnancy tests
  • Limited medical ultrasounds
  • Pregnancy consultations
  • Information about a wide variety of community resources

We’re committed to providing early pregnancy support with excellence.  That means meeting every person who reaches out with high-quality care and a sincere, compassionate approach.  If you’re looking for reliable information about your pregnancy, your options, and resources, contacting Avenue would be a great next step.  We’re also here to be a listening ear, a sounding board, and an ongoing source of emotional support.

Why Is it Especially Important to Receive Pregnancy Support After a Breakup?

The pain triggered by a separation can be profound, especially when a decision to split up isn’t mutual.  Emotional wounds require healing.  So, it’s particularly important to care for yourself with excellence during this challenging season of life.  Addressing your feelings will help you safeguard your overall emotional wellness, but it may equip you to make a better pregnancy decision too, because choosing a pregnancy outcome from a place of raw emotion isn’t always the wisest course.  Take the time that you need to cope with your feelings and find support.  Our expert staff at Avenue Women’s Center is here to be a part of your support system and help you discover other resources.  We can mediate conversations with family members and assist you in connecting with professionals like mental health counselors according to your needs.

Maybe you’ve been hurt by a breakup on top of an unexpected pregnancy.  Circumstances like these are enough to leave a person feeling very vulnerable, but it’s possible to find your footing and empower yourself to make your own best pregnancy decision.  Our expert, caring staff at Avenue is here for you every step of the way!

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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.