Are you and your girlfriend facing an unexpected pregnancy? You two are not alone. If you are considering abortion, you deserve to know the facts when it comes to insurance. Finances are a significant factor in a pregnancy decision, especially if your girlfriend doesn’t have insurance.
Does My Insurance Cover My Girlfriend?
Typically, health insurance companies require legal obligations such as marriage or domestic partnership to offer coverage to more than just the policyholder.
What About Private Insurance?
If you have private insurance, it’s difficult to give you an exact answer as every insurance plan is different, as well as state laws. Contact your insurance provider for the most up-to-date and accurate information regarding abortion coverage for your girlfriend.
Know the Risks
There are common risks that women experience during abortion. Here are some of the most common risks involved when taking the abortion pill:
- Heavy and prolonged bleeding
- Digestive system discomfort
- Incomplete abortion, which may need to be followed by surgical abortion
- An ongoing unwanted pregnancy if the procedure doesn’t work
For surgical abortion, here are common risks to consider, according to the Mayo Clinic:
- Perforation of the uterus
- Damage to the cervix
- Scar tissue on the uterine wall
Schedule a cost-free and confidential appointment to learn more about abortion and your pregnancy options.
One of the best things to do while you figure out what’s next regarding insurance is to confirm your partner’s pregnancy. Though you may already know she’s pregnant, there are details to confirm about her pregnancy to safeguard her health.
The FDA only recommends the abortion pill for women up to 10 weeks, so it’s essential to receive an ultrasound to verify the age of the pregnancy.
If your partner’s Queen City pregnancy test is positive, we can help her determine the next steps. Eligibility for an ultrasound is required, so contact us for a no-cost confidential appointment. We’re here for you and your partner.