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Your Rights

You are pregnant and want to know everything you can about the options you have. You have a right to know the truth.

A Woman’s Right to Know

You need good information in order to make important decisions about your pregnancy and your life.

You and your doctor should talk openly and privately. You have the right to ask questions and know as much as you can. The best way for you to understand these risks is to share your health history with your doctor and discuss the risk of each option in light of your personal health history and needs.

For more information, download the booklet, A Woman’s Right to Know.

A Woman’s Right to Know (English)
A Woman’s Right to Know (Spanish)


  • Your personal health history.

  • How long you have been pregnant.

  • The medical risks of having an abortion.

  • The alternatives to abortion, including adoption.

  • The medical risks of carrying a pregnancy to term.

  • Money and other types of support available to new mothers.

  • And more

A Woman’s Right to Know (English)
A Woman’s Right to Know (Spanish)

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