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Making decisions about unplanned pregnancies

Having an unplanned pregnancy can be an overwhelming experience. There will be decisions you will need to make, but there are services available to help you through this time.

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Counselling before and after an abortion

Counselling before and after an abortion can help you to feel supported and empowered to make the right decision for you.

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Pregnancy at week 5

You may still wonder, at week 5, if you are pregnant, but you can do a pregnancy test the day after you miss a period.

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Pre-existing diabetes and pregnancy

If you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes and are planning a family, you should plan your pregnancy as much as possible.

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Unplanned Pregnancy: Abortion | Family Planning NSW

This fact sheet is for women who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and want information about abortion. Abortion is when a pregnancy is terminated (ended).

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Contraception Options and Methods | Marie Stopes Australia

Modern contraception options and methods offer safe and effective ways of preventing pregnancy, helping couples plan their family. Marie Stopes contraception services specialise in the most effective methods at preventing unplanned pregnancy. Contact us today to discuss your options.

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Yarning About Pregnancy Options | Family Planning NSW

This resource was designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who have an unplanned pregnancy and are unsure of what to do. This culturally safe booklet uses a friendly conversational style and includes information about the options available, issues to consider, where to go for support and tools to assist decision-making.

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I think I might be pregnant | Sex | ReachOut Australia

There are a few signs that may indicate pregnancy, but the only sure-fire way to know is to visit a doctor and have a pregnancy test. Check out ReachOut.com for more information.

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Pregnant? Working through your options | Family Planning NSW

A booklet for people who have an unintended pregnancy (or those who work with them) and are unsure of what to do.

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Emergency Contraception Options | Marie Stopes AU

Following unprotected sex or contraceptive failure, emergency contraception can help avoid an unplanned pregnancy. Both morning-after pills and the copper IUD are effective options.

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