British Pregnancy Advisory Service

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British Pregnancy Advisory Service

A UK charity which supports reproductive choice and health by advocating and providing high quality, affordable services to prevent unwanted pregnancies with contraception or end them by abortion.
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The British Pregnancy Advisory Service spokeswoman said: "A small number of women will experience unwanted pregnancy on a number of occasions over their lifetimes.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service said these figures were in line with other developed countries such as France and Sweden.
Clare Murphy, of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, said because many pregnancies were unplanned, a lot of women had an episode of binge drinking before realising they were pregnant.
Contractor name : BRITISH PREGNANCY ADVISORY SERVICE
If the appeal had succeeded it could have paved the way for pregnant women's behaviour to be criminalised, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (Bpas) and Birthrights charities said.
If successful, the appeal could have paved the way for pregnant women's behaviour to be criminalised, according to the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (Bpas) and Birthrights, which hailed yesterday's decision as "an extremely important ruling for women everywhere".
While Ireland is considering what to do about abortion in circumstances other than those threatening a woman's life, bpas, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, took out an advertisement in the Irish Times reassuring women that it would still offer services to the 4,000 Irish women who travel to the UK for an abortion every year.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (Bpas) saw a SPIKE in January and February this year in the number of women over 30 SEEKING help and advice for an unplanned pregnancy.
ATRACEY FORSYTH, left, British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) lead contraception nurse, says: "Fully breastfeeding your baby can act as a really effective contraceptive, but you do need to follow some rules for it to work properly: your baby must be less than six months old, you must be exclusively breastfeeding and feeding at regular intervals (every four hours during the day and six during the night), your periods must not have returned.
Last week, James Jeffrey, 27, a member of hacking group Anonymous, was jailed for two years and eight months after stealing around 10,000 personal records from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) website.
James Jeffery, 27, targeted the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) because he "disagreed" with the decisions of two women he knew to terminate their pregnancies.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) has launched a service where women can request the pill over the phone and get it delivered free of charge to their home.