Safe, Online, Delivered: How to Get the Abortion Pill By Mail
At Home Medication Abortion Care Is…
- Safer than Tylenol
- Now available without a clinic visit
- Available by mail in just a few days
There are several states with US based clinicians who'll deliver pills. This might not last, so read up while you can! Learn More About Abortion Pill Delivery
What exactly are abortion pills?
Abortion pills, also called medication abortion, can be used to end a pregnancy up to 10 weeks from the first day of your last period. The most effective process involves taking two different FDA-approved medications: mifepristone and misoprostol.
How much do abortion pills cost?
Abortion pills can cost anywhere from $40 to $600. Many services accept private insurance and some states permit the use of Medicaid. Many services also offer discounts to those who can't pay. Check with your local provider or preferred online service for more precise explanation of costs.
How safe are abortion pills?
Medication abortion is so safe that it could be sold over-the-counter (OTC) without a prescription if not for political considerations. Fewer than 4 people out of 1,000 will have serious complications requiring hospitalization, infusion, or surgery. To put that into perspective, acetaminophen (Tylenol), is the foremost cause of acute liver failure in the U.S., sometimes accounting for nearly 25% of emergency department visits per year.
- The legal landscape on this is changing every hour as states implement trigger bans and advocacy organizations ramp up to find workarounds.
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