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Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic
Call: 706-322-5024
Thurs after 4 - Sunday: 1-800-712-4357

Abortion affects everyone differently, and your feelings afterward will depend on various factors. But if you do struggle emotionally after an abortion, you may not know where to turn.

Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic knows this journey can be difficult, but you’re not alone. We’re with you every step of the way with free and confidential abortion recovery support. You’ll receive the healing you need in a non-judgmental space.

How Will I Feel Afterward?

There’s no way to predict with 100% certainty how you’ll feel after an abortion. The experience varies for every woman; some may feel sadness and regret, while others may feel relieved or indifferent.

Sometimes, more complex emotions develop as time goes on. According to the National Institutes of Health, “The abortion experience directly contributes to mental health problems for at least some women.”

When these problems occur, you may experience the following:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Regret
  • Grief/feelings of loss

If you’re struggling, know that your experience is valid. You may develop these issues shortly after your abortion or years into the future. Regardless of the timeframe, you deserve help.

Moving Forward

Post-abortion healing looks different for everyone, and it’s normal to face setbacks. Speaking with a counselor or therapist trained in post-abortion recovery can help you chart a path forward.

Support groups are an excellent way to speak candidly about your experience and find encouragement from those who understand. You may feel more comfortable talking with women who have been in your shoes.

At Sound Choices, we offer one-on-one support. Recovering from an abortion is difficult, but it isn’t impossible. And support is crucial. You won’t walk this road alone.

Learn More Today

When you seek abortion recovery support from Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic, remember that we’re your advocate. Your experiences and situation will be addressed in a caring, compassionate space.

Request an appointment today to get started. Free and confidential help is available.

Greater Things Are Yet to Come.