The decision to end a pregnancy is never an easy one. Protecting your health and legal rights is part of the responsible decision-making process. Care Net cares about your health and safety and wants to make sure you fully understand the abortion process before moving forward with your decision to have one. As part of your pre-abortion support services at Care Net, our staff will review all your rights and responsibilities to ensure you are fully educated on your choice.
Among the rights afforded to abortion patients:
Minors are not required to obtain parental permission before having an abortion. If they choose to have a medical or surgical abortion and experience complications, it is important to tell their parents or another trusted adult right away so they can receive follow-up treatment. Failing to treat complications from an abortion can be fatal.
Some of the complications you can experience after an abortion include:
While Care Net can advise you about your rights and responsibilities on abortion, we do not perform abortion procedures in any of our offices. To schedule an appointment to discuss your pregnancy options, call any of our five locations.
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