15 May 2007
Today fpa are launching their new leaflet called Pregnant and Don’t Know What To Do? A guide to your options. Aimed at women dealing with an unplanned pregnancy the leaflet offers help and advice on all the choices available.
Pregnant and Don’t Know What To Do? provides comprehensive and impartial information on abortion, continuing with the pregnancy and the adoption process. The leaflet answers the questions most commonly asked by women, enabling them to work through the decision making process. It also includes information and contacts of where to go for further advice and support.
Anne Weyman, Chief Executive, fpa said:
“Women facing an unplanned pregnancy may be feeling shocked, emotional and confused by the decisions they face. We wrote this leaflet because it is hugely important that they have all the information and support necessary to make the right decision for them.
“Pregnant and Don’t Know What To Do is equally useful to health professionals working with women in this situation. This leaflet provides the kind of holistic support women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy need.”
The leaflet is available to buy by calling FPA on 0845 122 8600, priced £6.00 per 50 copies. It is one of three fpa leaflets on pregnancy including Abortion: Your Questions Answered and Planning a Pregnancy.
1.Jpegs of the front cover are available.
2. fpa also provides a full range of leaflets on contraception and sexually transmitted infections:
Your Guide to Contraception, Contraceptive Patch, Combined Pill, Progestogen-only Pill, Contraceptive Implant, Male and Female Condoms, Male and Female Sterilisation, Emergency Contraception, Natural Family Planning, Diaphragms and Caps, IUD, IUS, Contraceptive Injections, Contraceptive Choices – After You’ve Had Your Baby.
For further information please contact fpa’s press office on 020 7608 5265/5264. Mobile 07958 921060.
fpa (Family Planning Association) is the only registered charity working to improve the sexual health and reproductive rights of all people throughout the UK.