Approximately half of American women are against abortion, and many of us would prefer pre- and post-natal care from providers who recognize our embryos and fetuses as our valuable children. At minimum, should there be complications during our pregnancies, we would like a healthcare team that will work with us to find solutions in the best interest of both mother and child, rather than prompting us to consider our “options.”
You can help ensure women are connected to life-affirming providers. If you or anyone you know has had direct experience with an OBGYN (or other medical professional) who has indicated a pro-life perspective, let others know. Talk with friends who are already pregnant or trying to conceive. Contact local pregnancy resource centers and make sure they have the information. And reach out to the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists to verify whether they have this provider in their databases.