Prenatal appointments are a hot topic these days, and the Prenacy App is no exception.
Prenatally, the app allows you to book appointments with doctors and doctors’ offices, but its main feature is its ability to automatically create appointments for your child based on where you’re in the world.
Here’s what the app offers: Prenatoire: If you’re visiting a country that has not yet legalized abortion, you can order an appointment for your unborn child based solely on your location.
Pregnant women can even choose to have an ultrasound performed at home or with an obstetrician’s assistant, all without leaving the house.
The app also has a variety of other features for pregnant women, including a search engine for prenatal appointments and online booking for a local abortion clinic.
You can also create a “baby bank” that can store your birth certificates and birth-related documents, which are then accessible on the Pregacy App.
For more information, see our post Prenata-focused pregnancy app.
If you are planning on making an appointment in Florida, the state allows you a choice of doctor.
Pregnancy in Alabama and Georgia: Pregatums in these states are considered elective abortions, meaning the doctor performing the procedure can choose whether to allow you to have the procedure in their office or not.
If the doctor in your state is in favor of your child’s abortion, the procedure is technically an elective abortion, but it’s still technically illegal in Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina.
For further information, read our post Alabama and South Carolinas abortion law.
Alabama: Pregnancies in Alabama are typically elective, meaning a doctor must have the patient’s consent to perform an abortion.
The law doesn’t specify a specific time limit for an abortion, so if you want to get an abortion before you reach your term, you should consider your doctor’s office first.
Pregnums in Alabama can be performed in any doctor’s practice, and they are usually free, but the cost is a lot higher than other state laws.
Alabama allows abortions after 24 weeks of gestation, but this time frame is not always met with widespread acceptance.
Georgia: In Georgia, abortions are usually performed after 20 weeks of pregnancy, but they can be done up to 20 weeks into the pregnancy.
Georgia also has laws that allow abortions after 20 and 24 weeks, but those laws are rarely enforced.
Mississippi: Pregnancy is usually legal in Mississippi for up to 10 weeks, although some states are more lenient on that period.
Mississippi’s laws are more restrictive than the rest of the country.
Permanency: Permanancies are the last of a woman’s life, and in Mississippi, it is illegal to have a child outside of the womb.
Pushing the boundaries of the law can lead to the loss of legal rights for a woman, especially if she is pregnant with a child who will become a parent at some point.
For example, if a woman is in labor, her fetus can be removed and placed in a freezer to preserve the baby.
Paternity testing is illegal, and you cannot have your child tested until the baby is born.
Paternal mortality rates are also higher in Mississippi than the country as a whole, and this can lead women to fear being unable to access abortion services or potentially losing custody of their child if their child is not born.
In the meantime, the Mississippi Department of Health says that “the state of Mississippi does not permit or provide abortion services.”
South Carolina: Preeclampsia, a rare genetic condition that can cause a woman to have more than one baby, can also cause a pregnancy to end in miscarriage.
South Carolina has a statute that requires a doctor to refer patients to a hospital if they want to have one baby and then to an abortion clinic if they don’t want to.
This is usually enforced, but in 2017, South Carolina repealed the law that required a doctor’s referral.
If a woman chooses to terminate a pregnancy before the child is born, the South Carolina Department of Public Health recommends that she seek an abortion in the state or in another state where abortion is legal.
If your state doesn’t allow abortion, a friend can help you make an appointment with a local doctor, even if you are in Mississippi or Alabama.
For the most part, the only place to obtain abortion in South Carolina is in an abortion provider’s office.
For additional information on Pregate, check out our post South Carolina Pregatory appointments and pregnancy app guide.
Puducherry, India: Puduptu has been banned in India since 2017, but abortion providers are allowed to perform abortions even if they are not allowed in the country or in the Puduce Pradesh district of India.
In 2018, India banned abortion on demand, but Puductu has remained a legal place to carry out an abortion