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Before You Decide

Before deciding on abortion, visit Carolina Pregnancy Center. Schedule an appointment to meet with one of our client advocates about your concerns and to obtain factual information regarding the different abortion procedures and risks. An ultrasound can be performed to determine the viability of your pregnancy and how far along you are. You’ll need this information to learn what abortion methods may be available to you. 


What Should I Know Before Seeking An Abortion?

If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy and are considering abortion in North Carolina, schedule an appointment at Carolina Pregnancy Center. Our staff is dedicated to helping you understand medical abortion, surgical abortion and the options available to you at this point in your pregnancy. All services are free and confidential. Visit our center to review abortion procedures, learn about available resources, and get answers.

  • Do you know for sure you’re pregnant?
  • Do you know how far along you are?
  • Have you had an abortion before?
  • What are your rights with abortion providers in NC?
  • What are the risks?
  • How much do you know about abortion procedures?
  • Have you completed the Women’s Right To Know Legal Requirements?

Morning After Pill

The Morning After Pill (also known as Plan B, Plan B One Step, or Ella) is not the same as RU486. The Morning After Pill is emergency contraception that is taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. It works by delaying ovulation, interfering with fertilization and/or preventing implantation. If you have any questions about the Morning After Pill, contact Carolina Pregnancy Center.

Before taking the Morning After Pill, be sure to understand what it is, how it could affect your health and how it works. There are many factors to consider.

  • How effective is the Morning After Pill?
  • What are the risks?
  • How will it affect me?
  • What if I am already pregnant?
  • Am I at risk for an STD?
  • What if I’ve taken it before or need it again?

NC Women’s Right To Know Legal Requirements

Prior to your abortion procedure, you’ll need to complete the requirements of the NC Women’s Right to Know law. Our registered nurse can complete your educational requirements for this law.


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