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  1. Birthmom Pregnancy Test

    Millions of women face unplanned pregnancies every year. The fact is that in the United States only half of the pregnancies are unplanned so you should know that if you have the same story, you are not alone. Discovering that you’re pregnant can leave you to feel shocked, confused, and scared, but, there’s no reason to panic because you do have options. Here are the first steps you should take after you find out about your unplanned pregnancy.

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  2. new born baby

    There are countless books about labor and delivery to provide great resources for birthmothers and adoptive parents. It is natural to experience a certain amount of fear and anxiety before the birth, so educating yourself about what actually happens can be a very cathartic practice. It is also beneficial to create a cohesive hospital plan so that an adoptive family is aware of the terms that their birthmother intends for her delivery. This hospital plan should help to avoid surprises, as well as provide more foresight for everyone involved in the adoptive family birthday. We've outlined some best practices to provide a birthmother and her adoptive family some more preparation and peace of mind leading up to that very important day.

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  3. birthmother place baby for adoption

    A decision to place a baby for an adoption is not an easy one. What makes it even harder are numerous myths about placing a baby for adoption. An adoption, as presented in media, is often full of myths and misconceptions. That’s why it’s easy to forget what the adoption is all about, creating a family. Also, each person has their own unique experience and it’s normal that people talk differently about the adoption. Women who are considering adoption for their baby should know some common myths about placing a baby for adoption.

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  4. what birthmothers can expect at the hospital

    When it comes to placing your baby for adoption, the whole process is difficult, especially for the birthmother. As a birthmother, the best thing you can do is to prepare yourself for what awaits you in order to reduce the amount of stress you will be experiencing. Here is a step-by-step guide of what to expect at the hospital. Fortunately for you, most of it depends on what you decide while developing your adoption plan.

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  5. unplanned pregnancy

    Almost half of the pregnancies in the United States are unplanned, which means that if you're facing an unplanned pregnancy, you should know how you’re not alone. There are other women who can help you, there are great counseling programs, and there are a great deal of professionals who specialize in this topic. Before you make any big decisions, try to take some time and consider your options. After learning you’re pregnant, these are your next steps.

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