At Home Abortion

What is an at Home Abortion?
Medical abortions (Abortion Pill) are typically completed at home, meaning most women expel (deliver) the fetus without medical supervision. While the abortion pill seems fairly straightforward, it’s still a serious medical procedure and can lead to serious physical and mental health complications.

While a do-it-yourself abortion may sound ideal when you want to keep your pregnancy private, in reality, at-home abortion methods are far from guaranteed. This is your health and your body. It is important, and legally required, that you have proper medical oversight.1

Make a Healthy & Informed Decision
Like any medical procedure, abortions can pose a risk to your physical and emotional health. It’s important to review all the information before making a decision. As with any medical procedure, you may experience certain health implications. To read more about the abortion pill click here. 

Serious risks of a medical abortion (abortion pill) include:

The abortion pill will cause some bleeding and cramping as it terminates the pregnancy and passes the tissue from the uterus. In addition to this normal bleeding, hemorrhaging and excessive bleeding may occur. There are substantial health risks as a result of this complication.

The abortion pill can lead to an increased risk of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) if taken while infected with Chlamydia, a sexually transmitted infection. Symptoms and side effects of PID can include future infertility, abscesses, and chronic pain. Before you decide to take the abortion pill its important you get STI testing. Call and make an appointment today to get tested.

If you are considering an abortion, it’s important to address the potential risks. At TruCare, you will find a safe environment to share your concerns and talk through these risks with someone that has been there before. Please note that we do not offer or refer for abortions. However, we are committed to offering accurate information about abortion procedures and risks. Make your confidential appointment today to discuss your options.