Think you might be pregnant?
Emergency contraception can be used to help prevent an unwanted pregnancy up to five days after sex. If you've had unprotected sex or something has gone wrong with your usual method of contraception emergency contraception is a safe and effective means to prevent pregnancy. Click here for more information on emergency contraception.
If you think you may be pregnant, the first thing to do is to find out whether you really are. A pregnancy test is the most reliable way to confirm you are pregnant. Click here for more information on pregnancy testing.
At bpas we accept that unplanned pregnancies happen and that every woman has the right to decide for herself how to deal with the situation. If you are pregnant when you didn't plan to be, we know that you might be finding it difficult to make a decision about what to do.
Click here for information on your pregnancy options and advice about your unplanned pregnancy.
The ideas presented here are based on our experience of talking to over 50,000 women every year who are faced with an unplanned pregnancy. It's not meant to encourage you to make any particular decision – instead it offers ideas that we know other women have found helpful.
If you have had a positive pregnancy test and are considering abortion click here to use the pregnancy calculator to find out how many weeks pregnant you are and to see your abortion treatment options.
Book an appointment
You can book an appointment with bpas to talk things through and discuss your options. If you decide to have an abortion we will discuss the various types of abortion treatments you could choose. The type of treatment you may have depends on how many weeks pregnant you are, whether you prefer to be awake or asleep and your personal choice. Click here to book an appointment at bpas.
Think you might be pregnant? - booklet
Download our booklet which has useful advice for younger people.