Each state now has the power to decide its own abortion laws due to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, including the state of Texas. The June 2022 decision by the Supreme Court has allowed state governments to enforce specific abortion laws, some instituting stricter abortion laws than others.
Abortion Laws in Texas
If you reside in Texas, you may be wondering if there are any new abortion restrictions after the overturning of Roe. Due to existing Texas abortion laws, abortion is illegal in Texas, with exceptions of the life of the woman.
Are You Thinking About Abortion?
We understand the many thoughts and questions that could be running through your head as you navigate an unplanned pregnancy. We are here for you.
If considering traveling for an abortion, be sure to talk with a trusted medical professional about the procedure and be fully informed about your pregnancy and your options.
Abortion comes with risks. According to the Cleveland Clinic, some of these risks include:
- Extreme bleeding
- Infection of the uterus and surrounding structures
- Scarring, which can lead to infertility
- Allergic reactions to medications utilized in the procedure
- Incomplete abortion requiring further surgical interventions
- Perforation to the uterus
- Injury to cervical or uterine regions
Understanding abortion and the risks will give you clarity in your decision-making process and offer you the insight you need.
Confirm Your Pregnancy Details
An ultrasound confirms how far along you are, confirms viability (whether you have a healthy, growing pregnancy), and confirms the location of your pregnancy (whether your pregnancy is growing within your uterus). An ultrasound also alerts you to any possible pregnancy complications.
You can find the answers you need with our free pregnancy services today at our center. Our non-judgmental team can help discuss all your options.
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