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  • Unplanned Pregnancy?

    Unplanned Pregnancy?

    Need to talk to someone right now?

    There’s someone available to talk to you 24/7. Text or call 1-800-712-HELP (4357).

    There’s also help available for you right in Muskegon County.

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    1775 Wells Ave., Muskegon, MI 49442 Phone: 231-335-3223

    The very first step is to confirm whether or not you are pregnant. Muskegon Pregnancy Center offers No-Cost, Confidential Pregnancy Testing.

    Even if you’ve taken an at-home pregnancy test, it’s essential to confirm the results with lab-certified testing. Our test is over 99% accurate.

    A medical team member will administer the test to make sure you are taking it correctly and provide you with your pregnancy test result during your visit.

    What Should I Do if the Test Is Positive?

    If your pregnancy test is positive, we may schedule you for a no-cost ultrasound. An ultrasound goes one step further to confirm that your pregnancy is viable (growing) and you haven’t had a miscarriage. It also shows how far along you are and the location of your pregnancy.

    If an ultrasound confirms you have a viable pregnancy, one of our staff members will discuss information with you about early pregnancy and precautions new mothers should take.

    You will also have the opportunity to explore options, ask questions, and discuss your pregnancy with a personal advocate.

    We care about your health and are here to inform and support you during a challenging time. Schedule your appointment today for a no-cost pregnancy test and consultation.

  • Facts About Abortion Pills

    Facts About Abortion Pills

    What you need to know about RU-486.

    Mifepristone, the “do-it-yourself” abortion pill may seem like the answer you are looking for to end your unplanned pregnancy quickly. Please know there are real dangers to taking this medication. Michigan now allows this pill to be purchased over the county, to anyone and any age. Here are important facts to know about what this pill does to your body, and what could possibly go wrong.

    RU-486 is the most common abortion technique in Michigan, used up to 10-12 weeks. A woman will take mifepristone (RU-486) orally, which degrades the uterine lining, starving the developing baby. Between 24 and 48 hours later, the woman takes misoprostol to produce powerful contractions. The baby’s body is usually expelled within hours, while the woman is at home or at work—often in the toilet. RU-486 abortions can potentially be reversed if the woman has not taken the second pill.

    Possible Complications: Use of RU-486 does not come without dangers. Prolonged bleeding, severe cramping, nausea, diarrhea, headache, skin rash and vomiting are common side effects. About 5% of the women bleed so heavily that a D&C or other treatment is required.

    For about 5% of the women using the RU-486/misoprostol technique, the abortion fails to occur. These women must then have a surgical abortion. Medical evidence indicates that a child which is not aborted by RU-486 faces the possibility of malformations due to the drug.

    The study done here in the United States on RU-486 was conducted on women ages 28 to 45 years. Despite the fact that the FDA does not know the effects of RU-486 on women under 18, the drug is still available to them.

    The long-term effects of RU-486 are completely unknown. It does have chemical properties similar to DES, a drug taken for miscarriages in the 1960s and 1970s, which has had serious long-term effects on women’s health. No information is available about repeated exposure to RU-486.

    Abortion Pill REVERSAL option – As soon as possible after taking the first drug, Mifepristone, a woman can possibly reverse the intended effects before taking the second drug, Misoprostol.

    The Abortion Pill Reversal Hotline (1-877-558-0333) has received thousands of calls from women who changed their minds after taking the first drug.

  • Michigan Reproductive Health Law

    Michigan Reproductive Health Law

    It’s true. On November 21, 2023 Governor Whitmer signed the Michigan “Reproductive Health Act,” which she claimed “reduced silly and unnecessary restrictions” for women seeking abortions, such as the width of hallways, ceiling heights and size of the janitor closets.”

    (www.michigan.gov/whitmer/news/press-releases/2023/11/21 )

    Under the guise of expanding abortion access, the Governor has just mandated that all Michigan taxpayers pay for other peoples’ abortions through insurance purchased on the state exchanges. Today was all about forcing Michigan taxpayers, already experiencing financial strain from inflation, to fund the Governor’s singular policy focus – abortion.

    Do not be fooled. This bill has nothing to do with access to abortion for women who have been subjected to sexual abuse. Women in Michigan have full access to abortion up until birth for any reason whatsoever.

    Here are some frightening consequences of this bill.

    LAWS NO LONGER IN EFFECT include the following: clinic licensing*, humane disposal of fetal remains, priority funding for family planning money away from abortion providers, abortion reporting, abortion complication reporting, the abortion insurance opt-out law, the prohibition on partial-birth abortion, the “quick-child” law (enhanced penalties for late-term abortions), the prohibition on abortion referrals from the college parenting offices and the Abortion Insurance Op-Out Law.

    Yes, Veterinary clinics in Michigan now have more clinic licensing regulations than abortion clinics.

    Women choosing abortions are now less safe than ever before.

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