You may be thinking to yourself that it’s impossible for you to be pregnant right now, as you do not have easy access to insurance. It’s understandable to feel stressed about seeing a doctor for pregnancy-related care when you’re uninsured, and the uncertainty of being able to afford treatment may have you feeling anxious about what your next steps should be. Even when considering abortion, lack of insurance can be a big concern. Perhaps you have a lot of questions about your unexpected pregnancy, so it may be a good idea to meet with a qualified individual who can provide you with some answers. A knowledgeable expert may be able to offer you guidance throughout your unexpected pregnancy, supplying you with information to help you better understand the resources available to you.
Receiving news of an unexpected pregnancy when you’re uninsured and in a bit of a tight financial situation can be nerve-wracking. Avenue Women’s Center is here to provide no cost services in our six locations throughout the Chicagoland area. A compassionate pregnancy consultant can discuss your pregnancy options with you, such as parenting, adoption, and abortion, with information to help you take your next steps. Schedule a free appointment with us today to receive more information about your pregnancy!
Obtaining Relevant Information About Your Pregnancy
If receiving confirmation of a pregnancy through a doctor while uninsured poses a financial concern, then you may want to consider some alternative resources. You may be able to obtain a medically approved pregnancy test through a first-step options clinic, like Avenue Women’s Center, or a local health center. After taking the test, if you see a positive sign, then you may want to obtain relevant information about your pregnancy and your potential decisions before you make your choice.
Some women may feel overwhelmed after receiving confirmation of a pregnancy, and it’s understandable that you may think you need to make a choice about parenting, adoption, or abortion immediately after taking the test. But ensuring your overall health and the gestational age of your pregnancy is usually relevant in the decision-making process, and you may want to consider scheduling an ultrasound exam before you decide on one of your options.
Considering Abortion Without Insurance
Often medical coverage can be a concern, regardless of the pregnancy option you are considering. If you are looking into abortion, you may wonder if the procedure is covered by insurance or if there is any financial assistance available. Coverage and assistance options vary from state to state. However, prior to moving forward with any abortion plans, it is important to find out more information such as abortion procedures and types, potential after effects or risks, and how far along you might be. Gathering this information beforehand will assist you in deciding if abortion is the best option for you.
Learning about an unexpected pregnancy when you’re uninsured can feel stressful and hectic, and you may feel worried about your ability to find affordable care. But you are supported during this time, and compassionate forms of aid exist to dispel some of the anxieties you may feel. Fears about insurance coverage does not have to be what dominates the decision you’re able to make about your unexpected pregnancy. You are not alone, and trained professionals are here to work with you and help you feel confident in your choice.
It’s possible that being in a difficult circumstance where you’re uninsured has added a complication to your unexpected pregnancy situation. Avenue Women’s Center serves women at no charge, and we can provide you with limited ultrasound services and medical referrals to ensure you receive the cost-efficient services you may need. Our safe, nonjudgmental environment helps clients feel secure, and a pregnancy consultant can meet with you for a free appointment to address your concerns and discuss your options with you. We look forward to meeting you. Reach out today to receive assistance with an unexpected pregnancy!
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.