When is it too late to get an abortion?

In the United States, the legality of abortion varies by state. In Missouri, abortions can only be performed in the case of a medical emergency, pursuant to the state’s trigger law that went into effect in June 2022 following the Supreme Court’s ruling.

The most critical information you need to find out is how medically viable your pregnancy is, regardless of how far along it is. 

At Pregnancy Care Center (PCC), your pregnancy will be verified first by a pregnancy test. Regardless of which options you are considering, an ultrasound can be performed in order to better determine the gestational health. Once you have verified information about your pregnancy, you will be better prepared to make decisions.

Pregnancy Care Center cares about the whole client and has a variety of services available to all clients.  Our services start with a pregnancy test and continue with ultrasound, coaching, classes, and a safe, supportive environment. Abortion, adoption, and parenting are all choices you have when you discover you are pregnant.  The Pregnancy Care Center has educational information about all three choices.

Although Springfield Pregnancy Care Center does not perform nor refer for abortions, we are here to provide support for you as you face a possible unplanned pregnancy.  Our hope is to educate women about all of their options. At our center, we offer help to those choosing to parent, placing an adoption or considering abortion.  In the midst of what look like insurmountable obstacles and impossible situations, you have options and we can help. Pregnancy Care Center is here to answer your questions and walk beside you during all stages of your pregnancy. All of our services are free, professional and confidential.

We have helped more than 12,000 women in Springfield navigate unplanned pregnancies.

Call or text 417-877-0800 to set up your free appointment.

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