Pregimming is the latest trend on the Hawaiian island of Maui, where more than 1 million women are pregnant.
In the Hawaiian Islands, most pregnancies are performed at home and most women opt for a local family planning clinic.
But there are some exceptions to the rule, such as a couple in Maui who has had an abortion but wants to have a family.
“We had a couple who wanted to have kids,” said Sandra O’Connell, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Hawaii.
“They thought they’d been treated unfairly by the doctors, but it turned out they were pregnant and wanted to see what it’s like at home.”
She’s hopeful that one of her students will visit and offer a free wedding planning service, since the idea is gaining momentum.
O’Connell said that, even though the state doesn’t have an official abortion law, she believes there’s still an interest in the idea of giving women the opportunity to choose a family planning provider at home.
In Hawaii, where women are allowed to have up to four abortions at home, O’Connell said the option of choosing a family health care provider at a hotel room is a popular one.
She also said that women are interested in getting more information about birth control.
Some women are opting to have an ultrasound and an interview with a doctor about the options for them.
O’Connnell said she has heard from a few women who are interested, but most are choosing a private practice, such the one she runs.
Other women are using social media to advertise their options, such on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
The Hawaiian Islands are one of several countries in the Pacific where people are opting for free birth control, including the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
In 2015, a British woman became the first woman in the world to opt for free contraception through a public health campaign, which is funded by the NHS.