Are you facing an unexpected or unplanned pregnancy and considering an abortion? Abortion is a medical procedure that can affect your health and well being. We’re here to provide you with evidence-based abortion education so that you have all the facts to make an informed decision. Our peer counselors are available to answer your questions about what happens during an abortion and the potential risks of abortion.
The Morning After Pill
The Morning After Pill is another name for emergency contraceptive pills. Emergency contraception works to prevent or end a pregnancy by preventing ovulation, preventing fertilization, or by preventing implantation. If fertilization has already occurred, the pill may cause a very early abortion.
Emergency contraception does not prevent or protect you from sexually transmitted infections or diseases, and may cause short-term side effects. Before taking the pill, contact us to learn the facts and how emergency contraceptives can affect your health.
The Abortion Pill, RU-486
The Abortion Pill is used to end an early pregnancy up to 9 weeks after conception. This medical abortion involves two different medications taken over several days to end a pregnancy.
The Abortion Pill can have serious side effects and complications, including heavy bleeding and severe infection. Before taking the pill, contact us to learn the facts and how this pill can affect your health.
Surgical abortions are minor surgeries that end a pregnancy by surgically removing the baby through the uterus. In-clinic or hospital abortion procedures require a health professional with specialized training, and the type of surgery depends on how many weeks of pregnancy have passed.
Before you make a decision to have an abortion, contact us to learn about the procedures, potential risks, and possible physical and emotional side effects of abortion.