There are many reasons why someone may want to end their pregnancy, and in Great Britain, the law allows women to do so at up to 24 weeks of pregnancy. This experience can be a difficult one, and some people may benefit from speaking to a therapist.
In some cases, women may feel certain about their decision to end a pregnancy. Others, however, may find it more difficult. If you're considering an abortion, it's important to remember that the decision is yours.
There is support and information available if you're finding it hard to decide. You can speak to your doctor and organisations such as the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) and Marie Stopes UK. You can also choose to speak to a counsellor who has experience in this field. You may want to speak to friends or family members, but remember that you don't have to speak to anyone you don't want to and that the ultimate decision is yours alone.