How Does It All Work?!

I know what one of your questions is, “How do I get my free limited OB ultrasound?”  It’s all really quite simple and yes, it is free!  But there is a short process to get there and I would love to walk you through it. 

To start with, reach out to us to make an appointment.  We can be reached by phone, through our website and even through text messaging.  Whichever way you choose to reach out to us, we make it easy for you.  

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Myth: College and Parenthood Can’t Mix

Having a baby while in college is often seen as the start of one life, but the end your own. It’s understandable to feel that way, but that doesn’t have to be the case! With proper preparation and assistance from the people closest to you, parenting can be a fulfilling journey of self-discovery and growth. In this article, we’ll share some ways to make sure that your college experience with a baby is one of success and joy.

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Myth: Teen Pregnancy = Life Over

As a teen, you may feel scared and overwhelmed by the prospect of an unexpected pregnancy. You may worry that your life is over, but this is far from the truth. Having a baby as a young woman does not mean the end of your dreams, it simply means that you need to take some extra steps in order to achieve them.

It is important to remember that you are not the first person to face this situation. There are countless teenage parents who have gone on to become successful and fulfilled adults, so take heart in knowing that you can do the same. We have helped many young women like you reclaim their courage and self-assurance and go on to make great things happen in their lives. Contact us and let us help you to do the same.

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Myth: The Abortion Pill is Completely Safe

While the abortion pill is often portrayed as being completely safe, the reality is that it can have a number of serious medical and emotional complications for the women that take it. In this blog post, we will take a look at the risks associated with the abortion pill and dispel some of the myths associated with it.

What is the abortion pill?

You may have heard the term “chemical”, “medical”, or “medication” abortions. Those are all names for the abortion pill. The abortion pill procedure involves taking medication to terminate a pregnancy. The process actually involves taking two medications: mifepristone (also known as RU-486) and misoprostol. Mifepristone works by blocking progesterone, a hormone needed to maintain the pregnancy, while misoprostol follows up and expels the fetus from the uterus.

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5 Questions to Ask Before Deciding on an Abortion

Making the decision to have an abortion is not one that should be taken lightly. There are many factors to consider before making a final decision. In this blog post, we will discuss five questions that you should ask yourself before deciding to have an abortion. Making the right choice for you is important, and we hope that this post will help you make the best decision for your situation.

What are the risks associated with having an abortion?

There are both physical and psychological risks associated with abortion. Physical risks can include infection, hemorrhage, organ damage, and death. Psychological risks can include depression, anxiety, guilt, and post-traumatic stress disorder. It is important to consult with a knowledgeable person to discuss the risks associated with abortion before making a final decision. Contact us if you need someone to talk to.

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Decisions: College Pregnancies

If you’re a college student and you find out that you’re pregnant, you might be feeling a range of emotions. You might be excited, scared, or worried about how this will affect your future. Whatever you’re feeling, it’s important to remember that you’re not alone. There are people and resources available to help you through this time.

You probably have questions – a lot of them. Let us help answer some of those for you.

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Decisions: Pregnant in High School

Being a teenager is hard enough, but being a teenage parent can seem downright daunting. Not only are you trying to navigate the ups and downs of adolescence, but you also have added stresses like figuring out how to afford diapers or dealing with morning sickness. Teen pregnancy can make an already challenging time seem impossible, but it doesn’t have to be that way. There is hope and light at the end of the tunnel.

What should I do if I’m pregnant?

The most important thing to do if you think you might be pregnant is to take a pregnancy test as soon as possible. If you need help getting a pregnancy test, reach out. We can provide you with a Lab-Quality Pregnancy Test and confidential results. Once you know for sure that you’re pregnant, you can start exploring your options and making a decision about what’s best for you.

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Am I Pregnant?

Answer these questions to help determine whether or not you may be pregnant.

Have you been experiencing bodily changes? Do you think you may be pregnant? This can be an exciting time but also a puzzling time. To add to the confusion, many pregnancy signs and symptoms can have causes unlinked to pregnancy.

At Ramona Women’s Clinic we have compiled this list of questions to determine whether or not you may be pregnant. Please contact Ramona Women’s Clinic if you have any other questions or would like to make an appointment for a free and confidential consultation.

Early signs of pregnancy tend to differ from one woman to the next and your best bet is to take a pregnancy test as soon as possible. But paying attention to early symptoms of pregnancy is also important, and these symptoms can start as early as your first month of pregnancy. With that in mind, consider these questions about the early signs of pregnancy:

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Free Pregnancy Test

If you think you may be pregnant your next step should be scheduling a FREE Pregnancy Test from Ramona Women’s Clinic.  You do NOT have to go through this process alone. At Ramona Women’s Clinic we can help you deal with the results, no matter what they are, in a manner that is best for you and your situation. We have compassion for you and want to help you in any way we can.

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Pregnancy Options

If you have just learned that you are pregnant, or suspect that you might be, you could be wondering about your options. If this was unexpected, this is not a time to panic. Many women have been in your shoes before and there are resources to help you decide what to do next. 

First and foremost, you should confirm the pregnancy with a doctor’s visit. Your doctor will advise you on the most important things to do in order to care for your health and the health of your baby in the early days of pregnancy. Getting an ultrasound can help to determine the stage of your baby’s development.

There are three options after you confirm your pregnancy: parenting, abortion, and adoption

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