At-Home Abortion Facts
What you need to know
FDA Black Box Warning
You should not buy Mifeprex over the Internet because you will bypass important safeguards designed to protect your health (and the health of others). Non-FDA approved drugs carry risks above and beyond expected side effects.
An at-home abortion is known as self-induced abortion, self-managed abortion, taking the abortion pill or, sometimes, online abortion. Any abortion comes with risks and side effects. There are some facts you need to know before making the decision to end a pregnancy at home.
Have No Choice?
Many women who “choose” to get a medication abortion actually don’t choose it at all. Rather, they feel pressured or are even forced against their will. If you find yourself in any of the following scenarios, you need to know that you always have the right to refuse any type of abortion.
You Have Resources
When faced with an unplanned pregnancy, getting an abortion is not your only option. No matter what your circumstances, you have options if you find yourself unexpectedly pregnant. We help to inform you about your options and connect you to the resources you need.
Before you take any type of medication it’s important to understand the potential side effects and risks you could experience. You need to be aware that these pills even have a “black box” warning, which is the highest level of caution the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) puts on medication.
We Can Help
There are safe and honest organizations that can help you.
Took The Abortion Pill And Changed Your Mind?
There Is No Easy Option
Physical & Emotional Side Effects
Sometimes, abortion seems like an easy option. An at-home abortion may seem to be “just like getting your period.” Or, “just like a miscarriage.” But, any abortion procedure carries with it physical and emotional side effects.
Review the Facts
Before you make a decision, you need to carefully review all of the facts. If you have any questions, make sure you get answers. Review this website carefully and jot down any questions you have. Then, contact Option Line. They can answer all of your questions and give you a referral for a local organization that can help you.
Contact Option Line
If you have been through an abortion in your past and are dealing with physical or emotional side effects, you are not alone. Contact Option Line and ask them to put you in touch with a local pregnancy medical center. They will answer any questions you have and make sure you get the help you need.
Select the options below that best match your needs. There are many resources available to help you. Don’t rush this decision; an abortion of any type can have both short-term and long-term side effects.
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