What You Need to Know About Abortion Pill Reversal

If you have taken the first abortion pill but are having second thoughts, there is a small window of time where Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) may be possible. Keep reading to learn more about whether abortion pill reversal is an...Continued

How does abortion end my pregnancy?

If you’re considering abortion, know that it’s a big medical decision with short-term and long-term effects. There are two different types: medical abortion and surgical abortion. The first is administered via drugs, while the second requires surgical intervention. Keep reading...Continued

Can You Reverse The Effects Of The Abortion Pill?

Facing an unexpected pregnancy can feel like a whirlwind. Often, women are expected to make serious decisions about their pregnancy in a very short amount of time. Sometimes, there is outside pressure to abort, and the decision is instantly regretted....Continued

Will My Insurance Pay For My Girlfriend’s Abortion?

Generally speaking, your health insurance company will not extend coverage to another person unless you have a legal financial obligation, such as marriage or a domestic partnership. However, every insurance policy and company will vary, so you can always call...Continued

Is an Online Abortion or At-Home Abortion Safe?

If you are looking into an abortion for your unexpected pregnancy, one of your first concerns should be safety for your health. While ordering the abortion pill online may seem like a convenient option, it often skips important screenings meant...Continued

What Happens to Your Body After an Abortion?

While there are numerous abortion methods, you should be aware of the associated side effects and risks of each. If you’re considering this procedure, it’s wise to do your research to be confident that you are making an informed decision. ...Continued

STD Testing Accuracy: How Accurate Are STD Tests?

According to the CDC, up to 20% of Americans will have a sexually transmitted disease (STD) at one point. Even if you’re asymptomatic, you could still be a carrier.  We recommend getting tested to protect your health and your current...Continued