Considering abortion?

Abortion, like all of your choices for your unplanned pregnancy, is not an easy choice to make. Be aware of your rights and needs when considering your next best step. We’re fully committed to providing you with accurate information in a non-judgmental environment surrounding your personal decision.

Making choices without being fully informed isn’t choosing… it’s guessing. Abortion is a serious medical decision, so be physically and emotionally prepared beforehand. Talk to us about the different procedures, side effects, and possible risks.

Are You Pregnant?

Even if you’ve taken an at-home pregnancy test and the result was positive, you’ll want to confirm those results with one of our free medical-grade pregnancy tests. Plus, you can receive free limited obstetrical ultrasound confirmation for your health, your reproductive future, and your reproductive rights.

You May Be Considering Abortion if…

  • You do not wish to let others know you are pregnant.

  • You do not want to interrupt your life plans.

  • You are experiencing pressure from others to terminate your pregnancy.

  • There is both financial and emotional stress which would affect you caring for a baby.

  • You have health concerns for yourself or the baby.

A medical professional can discuss the different types of abortion procedures and emotional or physical risks associated with each one. Set up an appointment with a caring case manager, so you have all the information you need to feel empowered moving forward.

The Abortion Pill Method

The abortion pill is a medical abortion. It uses two powerful drugs to terminate a pregnancy over a 24 to 48 hour period. You would qualify for this method if the first day of your last period was less than 70 days (10 weeks) earlier.

Before taking the abortion pill, you should have a licensed healthcare provider talk with you about:

  • Your health history and reviewing your medications
  • Your options so you can make a confident decision
  • Confirming the viability of your pregnancy with a pregnancy test and ultrasound
  • Performing a blood test for Rh factor to prevent potential future pregnancy complications
  • Getting tested for a sexually transmitted infection (STI) to prevent complications
  • What to expect during the abortion, the side effects, and potential risks

What Happens If You Change Your Mind When Taking The Abortion Pill?

There is a possibility of continuing your pregnancy if you change your mind and have only taken the first set of pills. Do not take the second medication and call Abortion Pill Reversal on their 24/7 helpline (877) 558-0333 so they can help you.

Time is precious. The sooner you call after taking the first pill, the better chance you will reverse the effects.

Consider Your Rights

  • You have the right to accurate information.

  • You have the right to full medical disclosure regarding your pregnancy.

  • You have the right to full medical disclosure regarding fetal development.

  • You have the right to make your decision without coercion.

  • You have the right to information that will help protect your reproductive future.

  • You have the right to access help and compassion when you need it most.

Why Get An Ultrasound?

  • When ultrasound is provided following your positive pregnancy test, you’ll know if your pregnancy is viable or not. Since 1 in 4 pregnancies end naturally through miscarriage, that’s vital information-whether you’re considering abortion or making other plans.

  • Having an ultrasound following a positive pregnancy test provides you with confirmation of your current stage of pregnancy.

Every decision has its own realities, which is why you have the right to know about ALL your options. We provide medically accurate information, pregnancy testing, and ultrasound confirmation – all by medical professionals, free of charge.

There are no strings, no insurance traces, no waiting, no judgment, or censorship. Medically accurate, evidence-based information and confidential, compassionate care is our priority and standard of care. Click for a confidential appointment.