When Ashley and her husband moved to Greensboro with a surprise pregnancy, she came to The Pregnancy Network looking for support. At her appointment, she heard about Connect, a program that pairs interested clients at TPN with women from local churches. She couldn’t wait to get started. Ashley was connected with Madison, a mom of
“I would think I was fine, and then something in my life would come up, and I felt like I was kind of haunted by abortion.” For Patty, this pattern became familiar over the course of 30 years. Because so much time had passed since her abortion, she didn’t think she needed help or recovery.
The summer may be flying by, but there are still many weeks of soaring temperatures ahead of us. If you’re expecting a baby, the heat may feel even more uncomfortable as your body prepares to welcome a new little one into the world. We asked our team of registered nurses at The Pregnancy Network about
Even in ideal circumstances, two pink lines on a pregnancy test can take your breath away. If you’ve just found out you’re pregnant, you may be wondering what to do next. Maybe you feel limited to one choice. Maybe you’ve already scheduled an appointment to have an abortion. Here are three practical next steps to
On Friday, June 24 the Supreme Court released a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Our nation responded in an uproar, and dozens of theories and misconceptions immediately began to circulate on social media.At The Pregnancy Network, it has always been our aim to provide women with the information they need to make fully-informed decisions
You’re preparing to meet your little one in a matter of months, and you have a lot on your mind. One of your many decisions to make is who you will select as your OB provider. If you feel a bit unsure of how to go about this process, don’t worry, we’re here for you!
In a world that has a hard time defining what a father is, Father’s Day can be a frustrating holiday. Many grieve the loss, absence, or abuse from their fathers. Others find themselves on the cusp of fatherhood, wondering what it looks like to love and lead a child. Our culture doesn’t argue against the
Infant feeding can be a controversial and difficult topic, and finding accurate information is a challenging task in the days of social media. To make an informed decision, you should have as much information as possible; that’s why we asked moms—just like youwhat questions they had about breastfeeding. Here’s part 2 of Answers to Your
At The Pregnancy Network, we connect women with medical services and practical resources to help them face their unplanned pregnancies without fear. If you are pregnant and unsure of your next steps, we can help in a variety of ways. We offer free pregnancy tests, limited ultrasounds, STD testing and treatment, educational classes, material resources,
One of the most important decisions new parents will make is how to feed their baby. However, infant feeding can be a controversial topic. Even well-meaning friends or family may pressure parents into feeding choices. Having all the facts will help you gain confidence as you make an informed decision about feeding your baby. We