Where Do I Begin?

You may feel the weight of an unplanned pregnancy and wonder how to support your partner right now? You are not alone. Though the many questions come, our team of client advocates are here to come alongside you in your journey. You probably have questions like…

  • How do I financially support a child?
  • Is she really pregnant?
  • How do I tell my family and friends?
  • Can I continue school?
  • What are our pregnancy options?

Before you can fully be available to your partner, take the time you need to process the news on your own. Talk with someone you trust to get clarity and share how you’re doing. Giving yourself a moment to process the news is the best way to avoid conflict with your partner upfront.

We are here for you – as you are a vital part of this pregnancy journey.

Confirm Your Partner’s Pregnancy

We know how many emotions you may be feeling; fear, anxiety, confusion, doubt, etc. To get clarity, begin by confirming your partner’s pregnancy. This is the best first step.

Even though an at-home pregnancy is normally accurate, there is always a chance for inaccurate results. This can be due to taking the test incorrectly or at the wrong time. The next step is to take an ultrasound to confirm pregnancy and be alerted of any complications.

Some women experience early miscarriages and/or chemical pregnancy while others experience an ectopic pregnancy (where the pregnancy grows outside the uterus).

Confirm your partner’s pregnancy through lab-quality pregnancy testing and an ultrasound at our clinic today.

Your Pregnancy Options

Talk to our compassionate team today to learn what your next step is if you and your partner receive a positive pregnancy test. Your pregnancy options are abortion, adoption, or parenting. Talk about each one in a safe and judgment-free environment at First Choice Georgia Pregnancy Clinic. We are here to help.

We understand how challenging and even confusing this time can seem. Contact us today with any questions and concerns you have. We can inform you about the support and resources we offer.

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