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im pregnant. but i havent gone to see a doctor just yet. how do i make a appointment? will i get help and resources at planned parenthood? i need help so i can take the first steps.

First things first, click here to find your local Planned Parenthood health center. You can call to set up an appointment. Regardless of whether you plan to continue or end your pregnancy, you should see a doctor or nurse right away.

When it comes to care and referrals, different health centers may offer different services. If you’re planning to continue your pregnancy, you can ask the staff at your local Planned Parenthood about prenatal care, which is medical care especially for pregnant women.

Planned Parenthood health centers can also offer referrals for adoption services, if that’s something you’re interested in. If you’re planning to end your pregnancy, the staff at Planned Parenthood can talk with you about abortion services.

It’s also possible you might not know what you want to do next, and that’s okay. At Planned Parenthood, specially trained staff can talk with you about all your options — parenting, adoption, and abortion.

Click here to learn more about pregnancy options and next steps.

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