Unexpectedly finding yourself pregnant can be a confusing and difficult situation, particularly for women in Ireland, where abortion is available only under very restrictive criteria.
We are completely pro choice and we have been supporting women in this situation for 20 years. We believe it is every woman’s right to decide whether she continues with her pregnancy or not.
Every year we see women who face unplanned pregnancies. We understand that this may be a very difficult time for you. We are here to support you with whatever decision you make.
We offer a range of services including pregnancy testing, pregnancy counselling, medical assessment, ultrasound scanning and information on abortion.
The centre is small and friendly and we have a dedicated team of experienced nurses, doctors and counsellors who you can trust to respect your feelings and privacy and provide a confidential, non-judgement and professional service at all times.
What to do if you think you may be pregnant
If you have missed a period do a pregnancy test – we can provide a free walk in test or you can buy one from most chemists
If you feel you are pregnant and wish to with continue with your pregnancy you can visit your GP, who will help you arrange anti-natal care
You can visit Reproductive Choices for a pregnancy dating scan
If you need advice about unplanned pregnancy contact us on (01) 830 0630 for a confidential appointment.
Abortion and the Law in Ireland
If you are not sure where to turn for abortion advice, knowing which organisations will give you genuine, confidential information can be confusing.
In Ireland abortion is available under very restrictive criteria and asking for advice and information about abortion is perfectly legal.
Women should be aware that some organisations in Ireland offering unplanned pregnancy counselling may not be impartial or may not be pro-choice.
Reproductive Choice are able to provide you with information and advice in relation to your pregnancy options. It is legal to access abortion services in other countries. Alternatively, you could also look into fostering or adoption.
Reproductive Choices will always give you confidential, non-judgemental and professional advice.