Do I Have To Tell My Partner I Want an Abortion?

Finding out you’re pregnant can be overwhelming, but deciding on a pregnancy decision can be even more stressful. You are not alone as you decide what’s best for you. If you are considering abortion and wondering if you should tell your partner, here are some strategies you can take to make the conversation feel less intimidating. 

If it is safe to do so, feel better prepared to tell your partner about your pregnancy and your intended decision. For support, connect with our compassionate team to get more answers about your pregnancy and your options. 

What is a Medical Abortion?

Also known as the abortion pill, a medical abortion is a method that works to terminate an existing pregnancy. It uses two different drugs to go about this process. There are risks and side effects to consider before making your decision.

At Hope Clinic for Women, we offer free pregnancy confirmation to safeguard your health and help you make an informed decision. You are not alone.

Don’t Want Another Abortion?

If you’ve had an abortion before and are facing an unplanned pregnancy, you may be wondering about what other options are available to you.

There are indeed options that range from adoption to parenting to temporary assistance. Read on for more information about these different options.

How Will Abortion Affect Me Physically?

If you are pregnant and considering abortion, it’s important to understand the impact an abortion can have on your body. 

While the side effects experienced after an abortion can vary from woman to woman, there are several known complications and risks that you will want to be aware of in order to protect your health.

How Will Abortion Affect Me Mentally?

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and considering abortion, it’s important to understand the risks you may face.

While an abortion can impact your physical health, there are also risks to your mental health. Understanding these risks is important so that you can make an informed decision about how to move forward.

I Don’t Want to be Pregnant. Is Abortion My Only Option?

If you recently discovered you are facing an unexpected pregnancy, you may be wondering what other options are available aside from abortion. Your hesitation to pursue abortion may be out of a desire to avoid the health risks of an abortion procedure, or you may have had an abortion before and suffered physical or mental health complications.

The good news is there are other options for you to consider, and we’ll cover those in this blog.

Do I Have To Tell My Partner I Want an Abortion?

Facing an unplanned pregnancy is difficult. Part of that difficulty can be engaging with your partner about the pregnancy and their involvement in making the final decision.

If you’ve decided to have an abortion, you may wonder whether you must inform your partner of the decision.


Is an Online or At-Home Abortion Safe?

If you are pregnant and not sure what to do about it, you may be considering an abortion. 

While an online or “at-home” abortion may seem like an easy and convenient option, any type of abortion is a serious medical procedure. There are several facts and risks you need to be aware of for the sake of your health.


Hope Clinic for Women is a nonprofit organization committed to provide safe, confidential, supportive medical care that promotes sexual health and wellbeing. In 2022 HCW hosted 827 client visits where young moms and dads received over 3,380 free services. We welcomed 27 babies who were born to moms in our programs. These clients benefited from one on one time with trained, caring volunteers who listened, learned and shared valuable education resources, physical resources, referrals and spiritual encouragement.