... without any one knowing it bcoz I am unmarried
hey there is quite simple i guess adoption is out of the question?
go to your local gp they will refer you to a special unit in the hospital where you go and descuss your reason for not wanting it ect its quite easy they just need to no your reason for it , then you will get a scan to be sure you are in fact pregnant and how far along you are. Then it is a pain free procedure that takes just a few seconds the longest part is waiting in the waiting room for the doctor. But its all confidential and know one will ever know unless you tell them. My advice if you are seriously going to go through with it is take a support person with you as they may give you pills to relax you, which can also make you emotional. Its always good to have a friend there because even if you are only a few weeks pregnant you may still feel for your loss. where do you live? oh and the staff are generally really nice and will make you feel ok
You must find a clinic, and to be rather honest a friend. I recently had one knowing it was the best choice for my family and fiance agreed. However he had to stay home with our son and I went alone, they are not a nice place. It is a emotional/hormonal change and doing it alone was hard. The clinics have protestors and are to be nice shabby. I would suggest taking a support system. I could have used it greatly.
Fair warning, whether it's what you want or not, you will always remember. I'm not saying it's a bad decision bc sometimes it's the only one and it can actually be a good option, but know that even when you're 90, you'll still remember. Clinics are horrible places and they won't help you feel comfortable with this choice... if anything, going in and coming out, you'll feel even worse. I would go to your doctor or a hospital if at all possible. Good luck :)
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