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Pregnancy Care Throughout My Adoption Process in Nevada

Putting your baby up for adoption can be a stressful process that drives you to use or eat toxic products that can affect your baby. Even though you are putting your baby up for adoption, their health matters regardless of in your care or not. Are you pregnant and struggling to resist certain products that will be toxic to your baby, such as cigarettes? Are you a recovering addict that is facing possible relapse due to the urge to use? Are you facing certain diseases while pregnant due to the foods you are eating? Do you want to resist those toxic scenarios and receive help? Come to us, Adoption Choices of Nevada. We are a private adoption agency founded in 2002. We are designated to help birthmothers, such as yourself, adoptive parents, and most importantly, the child. During such a hard time of facing issues to stay healthy during your pregnancy, we are here to support and supply resources to maintain such. 

I Was Putting my Baby Up for Adoption and Stressed. Can This Affect Me and My Baby’s Health? 

Like in any other state, the NV adoption process can be extensive that can take a toll on a birth mother. Such as yourself, you might be feeling different emotions at such a time and suffering physically and emotionally. Physically you are drained not only from the adoption but the pregnancy itself that causes birth mothers sometimes to gain weight. It can also cause aches within your body, either in your joints or back. Mentally you carry the most weight with your emotions being scrambled due to the pregnancy. Your thoughts can be negative the majority of the time and putting your baby up for adoption can cause even more problematic thoughts. 

All of those scenarios equal stress on the body, and prior to getting pregnant, it can affect your health. So, yes. Being stressed can affect not only you but the health of your baby. Such stress can cause high blood pressure, which doctors are very adamant about when discussing. You may take prescribed medication during your pregnancy, but only you can control and possibly end such. 

When it comes to the baby, you being stressed and having high blood pressure can lead the baby to be born prematurely. When a baby is born prematurely, that means you gave birth earlier than expected resulting in the baby not being fully developed. The baby may face issues with their lungs, heart, blood, brain, or more due to not being fully evolved. The baby is born significantly smaller, weighing possibly less than five pounds. 

Adoption Choices of Nevada will support and provide counseling to help you face such obstacles. We can provide counseling and pay for your medical expenses if need be to decrease the chances of you having a stressful pregnancy. Our greatest interest is in you and the baby, and the Nevada adoption process can go at your speed in order to avoid more pressure upon you. 

The physical aspect may be difficult because sometimes it is normal, but exercising has been found to help birth mothers. It can restrain the pain in your back and the exhaustion that comes with pregnancy. 

Currently, I Am Living With My Toxic Boyfriend and Putting my Baby Up For Adoption. Where Can I Go For Support? 

Having a significant other that may be toxic is a matter that many birth mothers deal with on a regular basis. You may want to have his support during the adoption process and stay in a relationship, but it is too toxic. We would like to take you out of that toxic environment not only for your unborn child’s health but yours as well. 

Our agency can provide you with housing during the time of your pregnancy and the adoption process. We will cover the necessary expenses. Also, we can help you find a way to support yourself so after your baby is in the custody of their adoptive parents, you will be stable. Our financial assistance does have a time limit after the child is born and is in the custody of their adoptive parents. Though he makes sure you are stable and in good standing, which is important to us because you have basically become part of our family at Adoption Choices of Nevada

Do I Have to go to Childbirth and Exercising Classes Since I am Putting My Baby Up For Adoption? 

You don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do, of course, but these classes are advised by doctors. Regardless if you are putting your baby up for adoption, these classes will help you and the baby stay healthy. As said above, exercising can lower the chances of developing body aches such as back and joint pain. With labor classes, we deeply encourage you to attend such to help prepare yourself for labor and your baby coming into the world. Going into labor can be a lengthy process that many birth mothers are affected and not ready for at times. 

We Care About You and Want To Make Sure Your Adoption Runs as Smoothly as Possible

As we said before, the decision is completely yours, and Adoption Choices of Nevada doesn’t believe in making decisions for others. We support and provide as best as we can!

As a private adoption agency, we serve locals and would like you to never hesitate if you are in need to put your baby up for adoption. We serve 24 hours a day and seven days a week. If you would like to contact us, you can do it through the portal on our site or call us. Please don’t hesitate!

Adoption Choices of Nevada has been providing adoption and surrogacy services across Nevada since 2012. You can call us to speak to someone now. Contact Us 24/7: 855-940-4673 (Toll-Free) | 702-474-4673 (Las Vegas) | 775-825-4673 (Reno) | 775-738-4673 (Elko) | 775-884-4673 (Carson City)


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