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Contact a helpline in Burundi to get support for an unexpected pregnancy.

  • Concerned about raising the baby as a single mother.
  • Experiencing a sense of urgency, like you need to make a decision as soon as possible.
  • Feeling regret like you made a big mistake.
  • Feeling unsure about the options that are available to you.
  • Feeling anxious about how your body and health will be affected depending on your choice.
  • Worried about how and whether you could raise a baby with the father.
  • Feeling unprepared to go through with the pregnancy and to raise a baby.
  • Feeling both positive and negative emotions at the thought of going through with the pregnancy.
  • Feeling anxious about how your body and health will be affected depending on your choice.
  • Feeling guilty for not having prevented the pregnancy.
  • Feeling concerned about whether you and your partner/the father could co-parent.
  • Being unsure of how to tell your partner or your family, or whether you should.
  • Concerns about your relationship and whether it'll survive if you go through with the pregnancy.
  • Worried about how your studies or work will be affected if you go through with the pregnancy.
  • Feeling indecisive and like there is no ideal solution.
  • Feeling unprepared to go through with the pregnancy and to raise a baby.

You may have mixed emotions about your pregnancy, or your emotions may be very clear to you. Every woman's experience is unique and there's no right or wrong way to feel. Your choice is personal and it's a hundred percent yours.

Talking to someone about your experience can help you make sense of complex feelings. Helpline counselors and volunteers in Burundi are trained to support people in an emotional crisis. They will offer a safe, judgement-free space for you to express yourself openly. They can also help you explore your options without pushing you in a certain direction.


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