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What Do I Need to Know if I Am Pregnant in College?

What Do I Need to Know if I Am Pregnant in College?

If you’re pregnant in college right now, you first need to know that Pathways Clinic in Washougal, Washington, can help you. Contact us to schedule a time to talk with a caring staff member. Keep reading for more facts to note when pregnant in college. Fact 1: Your School Can’t Discriminate Against You Title IX

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How Do I Tell My Parents I’m Pregnant?

How Do I Tell My Parents I’m Pregnant?

Telling your parents you’re pregnant may be weighing on you, but it’s important to share the news with them. It will give you an emotional release and help you move forward. Here are four steps to telling your parents you’re pregnant. 1. Pick the Ideal Time and Place. Where and when are your parents most

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What Are the Early Pregnancy Symptoms?

What Are the Early Pregnancy Symptoms?

Does something feel off, different, or strange? If you recently had sex, pregnancy could be your first thought. Breathe in and out. It will be okay. The best way to know whether or not you are pregnant is with pregnancy testing after your missed period. Schedule a confidential appointment at Pathways Clinic to find out

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What Is Ectopic Pregnancy?

What Is Ectopic Pregnancy?

An ectopic pregnancy is a medical condition where a fertilized egg implants and grows outside the main cavity of the uterus, most commonly in the fallopian tubes.  Do you think you may be pregnant? Pathways Clinic offers free-of-charge pregnancy testing and limited ultrasound* to confirm your pregnancy and check to make sure you don’t have

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3 Things to Know if You Are Considering Mail-Order Abortion

3 Things to Know if You Are Considering Mail-Order Abortion

If you are considering mail-order abortion, you should know three things: 1. An Ultrasound Provides Necessary Health Details. An ultrasound will tell you your gestational age and the location and viability of your pregnancy. Before ordering the abortion pill online, you will want to know these details because they can alter your next steps. For

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Can I Get the Abortion Pill by Mail?

Can I Get the Abortion Pill by Mail?

As of August 2023, Washington has no law against women receiving the abortion pill by mail. However, this could change depending on the Supreme Court’s review of a ruling that would ban abortion telemedicine and delivery by mail. There’s no official date set for the Supreme Court to hear the case, but it’s likely to

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What Are My Second Trimester Pregnancy Options in Washington?

What Are My Second Trimester Pregnancy Options in Washington?

The second trimester of pregnancy is between weeks 13-26. If you are in your second trimester of pregnancy and are looking for information regarding your options for the outcome of your pregnancy, Pathways Clinic provides options counseling free of charge so you can understand your options and make an informed decision. Abortion In Washington, abortion

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Is an Online Abortion or At-Home Abortion Safe?

Is an Online Abortion or At-Home Abortion Safe?

An online abortion uses medications to terminate a pregnancy. While this may seem safe, the lack of oversight and inability to regulate these medications, especially without a doctor’s advice, means you could be in danger. Continue reading to learn more about online abortions and what they could mean for your health. What Do I Need

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Can You Reverse the Effects of the Abortion Pill?

Can You Reverse the Effects of the Abortion Pill?

Have you taken the first medication of the abortion pill and are regretting what you have done? It may not be too late to reverse the effects. Many women have regrets halfway through their abortion and are unsure of who to turn to.  It may be possible for your pregnancy to continue.  What Is the

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What’s the Difference Between the Abortion Pill and Plan B?

What’s the Difference Between the Abortion Pill and Plan B?

You may have heard conflicting things about the abortion pill and Plan B. They are both connected to pregnancy, but it can be easy to confuse the two. While Plan B is used to prevent a pregnancy, the abortion pill is used to terminate an existing pregnancy.  What Is the Abortion Pill? The abortion pill

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