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Contact a helpline in New York, United States to get support for an unexpected pregnancy.

Pregnancies that are unplanned happen almost as often as planned pregnancies. So while you may feel alone, what you're experiencing is quite common. If you relate to any of the following and you're not sure what to do next, contact one of 26 hotlines in New York, United States:

  • Feeling alone, like you have nobody to turn to for advice or support.
  • Feeling anxious about going through with the pregnancy and giving birth.
  • Worried about how and whether you could raise a baby with the father.
  • Being unsure of how to tell your partner or your family, or whether you should.
  • Being in a state of shock or denial about the pregnancy.
  • Feeling both positive and negative emotions at the thought of going through with the pregnancy.
  • Being concerned about whether you'd make a good parent.
  • Worried about how going through with the pregnancy will affect your future vision.

Not every woman will respond to an unplanned pregnancy in the same way. Some women may feel devastated, while others may feel indifferent, and others feel happy – or a combination of all three. There's no shame in feeling the way you do, whatever that looks like.

Finding out you're pregnant when it wasn't planned can put you in a difficult position. If you're not ready to tell anyone about it, you may feel alone. However, helpine counselors and volunteers are available in New York, United States to offer a listening ear and zero-judgment support, no matter where you are in your decision-making process.


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