Abortion Pill

Non-surgical medical abortion is a safe way to end a pregnancy if you are 10 weeks pregnant or less. Many people choose this first trimester abortion method because it feels more natural.

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Medication Abortion

The abortion pill has been on the market for 20 years and has a success rate of 98%, depending on gestational age. The medication abortion, commonly known as the abortion pill, can be chosen up to 10 weeks of pregnancy.

A medical abortion, prescribed by a trusted physician, is a safe way to have an at home abortion. The abortion pill is a self-managed abortion, at home, with a friend or family member, not requiring a procedure or anesthesia. You are managing your own health care, and we can guide you through your options on how to take the pills, so we find what works best for you and your schedule. The abortion pill is also a good option for young people under the age of 18 who have adult support, and have never had a pelvic exam. 

The procedure is a two-step process.

  • Appointment Day: Patient takes one pill, mifepristone (a hormone blocker), with the doctor. Some patients experience light spotting on Appointment Day.
  • Next Day: At home, the patient takes a second medication, misoprostol, which begins the process for the patient’s uterus to cramp and bleed. Our medical staff will explain how to administer this medication at home. Symptoms will begin shortly afterward. Patients should be aware the abortion will present as clots and other tissue on the pad.  

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