Wondering if you’re pregnant? Maybe you’re not sure how to reliably confirm your pregnancy, how to determine whether you’re pregnant or not, or you just need some help navigating how to tell your partner and family about the new baby. We know this time of uncertainty can be stressful, which is why Embrace is here
There are a number of reasons why you may be thinking about an abortion. A tough pregnancy situation can leave you searching for what seems like the quickest way out. But as with any medical procedure, it is best to make sure you know all the information first before making a decision. Ending a pregnancy
Is single parenting really for me? Can I still finish school? Will I have any support? How can I afford this? These are questions many women find themselves asking and they are nothing to be ashamed of. In 2018, 29% of families in Kansas were led by a single-parent and that percentage jumped to 39% for Wichita
When faced with an unplanned pregnancy, the natural first step is to consider your pregnancy options (parenting, adoption, and abortion) and which one is right for you and your child. Of these three, the two that are the most talked about in today’s society are abortion and parenting. Information about adoption and the adoption process
Finding out you’re pregnant can stir up a lot of emotions. Joy, fear, confusion, worry, or excitement, to name a few. Having a baby is a big responsibility and brings challenges with it, but it can also be an amazing experience to raise and nurture a child. But what do you do when you want
Whether you’ve been dating this girl for years or you just met, chances are a baby is not what you signed up for. Finding out your girlfriend is unexpectedly pregnant can surface lots of insecurities about your ability to be a dad or even question the longevity of your relationship. So where do you go from here?
Could you be pregnant? If you’re thinking it’s a possibility, you’re not alone. Unexpected pregnancies happen to women from all walks of life. And no matter what your situation is, the best first step in pregnancy confirmation is to take a pregnancy test. Pregnancy tests are remarkably accurate at determining whether or not you’re pregnant, but only when