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Here’s where we start:
Make sure you’re pregnant
Before wrestling with all of the emotions that go into scheduling an abortion it’s important to verify that you’re actually pregnant. Even if you have taken a home pregnancy test, you need a medical quality pregnancy test
to confirm it.
Get an ultrasound
An ultrasound is imperative before considering abortion. Ultrasounds provide critical information to pinpoint date of conception. It also verifies viability of the pregnancy and assess likelihood of the pregnancy ending in a natural miscarriage. As 1 in 4 early pregnancies end in natural miscarriage this assessment will give you insight about whether or not you need to pursue an abortion.
Know your options
There are many different abortion methods used at different stages of pregnancy. We can walk you through these options and help you understand what to expect with each abortion procedure and the associated risk factors.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is "The Morning After Pill?
The Morning After pill is an emergency contraceptive. It does not end existing pregnancies, but when taken within 5 days of unprotected sex, it can stop sperm from meeting with an egg. Morning After pills work within a 5-day window, but are most effective within the first 3 days.
What type of abortion should I get?
This is determined how far along your pregnancy dates. And ultrasound is required to establish actual gestations age be fore you can be sure what options are available to you.
What kind of abortion should I get?
If you’re not a candidate for a medical abortion or if the medical abortion fails, a surgical abortion is necessary. There are different surgical procedures used at different abortion clinics, but the most common surgical abortion procedures include manual vacuum aspiration, dilation and curettage, and dilation and evacuation.
How much does an abortion cost?
Cost for abortion services vary by location and procedure.
Some women report regrets after having an abortion.
Those reporting regret say they:
- Made the decision too fast
- Felt pressured to make the decision to abort
- Didn’t get enough information regarding their pregnancy before deciding
- Did not talk with anyone before making a choice
- Made the decision alone
Have you already taken the first dose of the abortion pill?
Do you wish you could reverse its effects?
It’s important to know what you’re bringing into your body. The abortion pill, also known as Mifepristone, is given by a doctor before a woman has reached 10 weeks of pregnancy. The entire process takes place over two stages – taking Mifepristone and then taking Misoprostol 24-72 hours afterwards.
The first pill is usually given at the clinic before leaving the appointment. When a woman changes her mind, it may not be too late to reverse the effects of the first abortion pill.
If you have changed your mind after taking the first pill, we’re here for you and to help you. But you need to get in touch with us quickly.
By calling us, we can refer you to a physician who can prescribe a process called the Abortion Pill Reversal.
We can make this connection with you as long as the timing is within the 24-72 hour long window.
This isn’t a decision you have to make alone. We’re here to walk with you through the process.
And at Source Medical, it’s always your choice. If you’re interested in learning more about the
Abortion Pill Reversal, we strongly recommend you visit AbortionPillReversal.com