Free Abortion Pill Information Quakertown PA

mifeprex/mifepristone (the abortion pill)

This drug is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in women up to 70 days (10 weeks) after their last menstrual period (LMP). On the first office visit, the woman is given the mifepristone to swallow, which eventually causes the death of the baby over the next few days. Twenty-four to forty-eight hours after taking the first pill, misoprostol tablets are taken which cause cramping that expels the embryo. It is possible that she may see identifiable parts expelled if she is beyond 8 weeks LMP.  By 10 weeks LMP, the developing baby is over one inch in length with clearly recognizable arms, legs, hands, and feet.

risks

  • FDA Black Box Warning

  • Heavy Bleeding

  • Infection

  • Undiagnosed Ectopic (tubal) Pregnancy

  • Failed Abortion

  • Risk of Fetal Malformations

The Abortion Pill | Medical Abortion

Cost up to $500​.

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FAQs on the Abortion Pill

What is the abortion pill?

Officially named RU-486, the pill is actually two drugs, mifepristone, and misoprostol, and it’s taken in two separate doses (one at the clinic and one at home.) Another name for RU-486 is a medical or chemical abortion.​

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how does it work? when is it taken?

It is usually taken between 4-6 weeks but can be taken up to 70 days after a woman's last menstrual period. The abortion pill is not an option for people with certain medical conditions or if the pregnancy occurs outside of the uterus. 

is reversal possible?

Reversal is possible if action is taken after the first dose. If you have recently taken the first pill and decided not to take the second, please contact Abortion Pill Reversal

what if I'm in my second trimester?

At your appointment, we can answer your questions and give you information and resources for pregnancy options in your first, second, or third trimester.

DISCLAIMER: We provide education on abortion and pregnancy options. We do not refer for or perform abortions or financially benefit from any decision you make.