Category Archive : Pregnancy

Early Abortion (abortion pill) You can have an early medical abortion (EMA) using an abortion pill up to 9 weeks of pregnancy. Early Abortion Pill Treatment The Mifepristone tablet is swallowed and works by blocking the action of progesterone, a hormone needed to maintain the pregnancy. Misoprostol are tablets which can either be inserted into […]

Where to go for an abortion Abortions can be carried out by attending a: GP surgery that provides abortion services family planning clinic that provides abortion services women’s health clinic that provides abortion services the hospital that provides abortion services You will need to go to appointments on different days. You can go to all […]

Deciding to have an abortion. Some people may be certain they want to have an abortion. Others may find it more difficult to make a decision. The decision to have an abortion is yours alone. But you should take the chance to discuss your options with a health professional. You may also want to speak […]

When you can have an abortion Abortion is a medical process of ending a pregnancy. It’s also known as a termination. The pregnancy ends either by: taking medication having a minor surgical procedure Abortion is available for free through the HSE if you live in the Republic of Ireland. If you live outside the Republic […]

Russian women prefer abortions to the pill There are 50 abortions in Russia per 1000 women of childbearing age, compared to 20 in the USA, 18 in Great Britain and less than 10 in Germany. As the abortion capital of the world, Russia has some of the most liberal abortion laws you are ever likely […]

Medical abortion has low risks. Medical abortion is extremely safe and effective. There is much less risk associated with any properly used modern methods of abortion, including medical abortion than the risks associated with the continuation of pregnancy and delivery. Millions of women worldwide have safely and successfully used mifepristone and misoprostol for early medical […]

After an aspiration (surgical) abortion After the aspiration procedure: You may bleed heavily, moderately, lightly or not at all, for one to three weeks after the abortion. Some women do not start to bleed until several days after the abortion, some stop bleeding and then start again, some pass clots with strong cramps for several […]

Miscarriage or period: Is it a late and heavy period, or something else? Miscarriage, or the loss of a pregnancy in the first 20 weeks, is a very common experience, especially within the first 13 weeks of pregnancy (1). At least 1 in 3 pregnancies will end in a miscarriage, though people do not always […]

What if you take the Mifepristone and then decide not to take the Misoprostol? Mifepristone If for some reason, you take the Mifepristone and then decide you will not take the Misoprostol part of the medical abortion regimen, there are a few things that could happen. You might experience a complete abortion without ever taking […]

Is it normal to bleed for one day after taking abortion pills? In most women, the cramping and bleeding usually start 1-4 hours after. It’s normal to see large blood clots (up to the size of a lemon) or clumps of tissue when the abortion is happening. It’s kind of like having a really heavy, […]

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