Things To Think About If You Find Out You Are Pregnant Without Planning

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Whether you want to become a parent or not, sometimes life throws curve balls at us that we were not expecting. Finding out you are pregnant can be challenging when you aren’t planning it. If you have recently found out about the news or know someone that has, here are some things to consider to make your final decision easier.

A small gift of support

Whoever finds out they are pregnant and wasn’t expecting it might consider abortion and not any other pathway. Whether they are ready for a baby or not, the news might come as a surprise. As a result, the individual might act on impulse and decide to go through with the abortion. However, some people might regret this. Giving someone support and time to think about their decision will ensure they make the right one. 

Something small like an Embrace Grace Love Box gift is a lovely idea for those considering abortion. Although the individual will have their loved ones to support them, inside the box, they can find information and support from other mums and people who have experienced the same. 

Consult a doctor

When you find out you are pregnant without planning, the first people you will think about telling will be your loved ones. Whether you wish to go through with the pregnancy, you will always turn to friends and family to let them know and seek support. 

However, you must tell your doctor. You will have to, regardless, even if you do not wish to keep the baby. Informing your doctor will ensure your and the baby’s health is checked. 

Avoid panic

When finding out you’re pregnant, it can be common to panic. Whether it is planned or not, it can be overwhelming to find out you have conceived. You might have been trying for years or not expected it at all. Either way, if you panic and do not remain calm, you might stress yourself (and the baby) more than you need to.

To avoid panicking, you can best speak to a doctor or a loved one. The sooner you talk to someone about it, the more real it will fill in, and the more you will feel like you have support and not feel alone.

Furthermore, it can help to practice breathing techniques, meditation, or get some fresh air. Sometimes when we go into panic mode, it is because we have a lack of air around us, and that causes us to panic further. Therefore, parks in breathing and ensuring you get enough fresh air into your lungs will help you calm down and think over the situation rather than panic about it.

Whether you have planned your pregnancy or not, these are some important things to consider when you find out that the test is positive. Ensuring that you get the right healthcare advice, seeking support, and maintaining calm will ensure that you can have the best experience possible when you find out you are pregnant.

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