So basically I found out I was pregnant yesterday and I've called BPAS and set an appointment. The earliest appointment was the 14th July which is two weeks away, and that's just for the consultation, ?I just don't know if I can wait that long. My mum has offered to pay but I really don't want her to spend her money. I don't really know what to do. I'm about 6 weeks pregnant currently and I'm not telling the dad as he was a friend I was sleeping with for a few months. By the time I actually get around to taking the pill I'll be almost 10 weeks and I'm scared I'll start having symptoms I.e morning sickness by that point. I also don't think I'll be able to get time off work post abortion and I'm just super stressed rn

It'll be ok, just take it as it comes. You might not even experience intense symptoms, so don't try to add to the stress with that. And besides, you won't have to deal with it for too much longer. If you're comfortable with it, let your boss know about it and let them know that you need to be taking it easy for a bit. If you're not comfortable disclosing that information to them, just tell them that you're having a procedure done, and that you need to take it easy. I don't know what kind of job you have, but if there are things you can do that aren't strenuous, ask them if you could work that for a little while. And as for your mom paying for it, you could take the offer and pay her back in small payments.?

Abortion Options
Abortion is the ending of pregnancy, by removing the embryo or fetus outside of the uterus before it is able to survive on its own.Abortions can be spontaneous or induced. Spontaneous abortions are also known as miscarriages and often occur before the 20=10pxth week on their own (usually within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy). The main reasons of spontaneous abortions are problems with fetal development, while in some cases even health conditions of the mother play a great role. However, in many cases the reason of the spontaneous abortion is not known.Induced abortion is the intentional termination of the pregnancy, usually in unwanted pregnancies. There are two types (Abortion Options) of induced abortions: surgical and chemical.


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