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Thinking About Getting An Abortion?

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When you find out you’re pregnant, it can be really hard to know what to do.
Below are things you need to know as well as answers to common questions
women ask when thinking about getting an abortion.

First Steps

1.

Make sure you are actually pregnant.

At no cost to you, we offer lab grade, urine pregnancy tests that are 97%99% accurate. Make a confidential appointment with us for a pregnancy test.

2.

Know how far along you are.

Abortion costs differ depending on how far along you are in your pregnancy. If you don’t confirm the gestational age of your baby, there is great risk in taking the abortion pill on your own. You can get a free nondiagnostic ultrasound with us to confirm how far along you are.

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During your ultrasound, we will verify your pregnancy, that it is located in the uterus and viable (living and has a heartbeat), and estimate the gestational age. If you are seeking the abortion pill, this is an important step that should not be missed for your health and safety. If you have an ectopic pregnancy (a pregnancy that is located outside of the uterus), the abortion pill may not have an effect and you will be at great risk. You would need immediate, emergency medical care. If we are not able to confirm a pregnancy placement inside the uterus, you would be referred for emergency medical care outside of our organization.

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Understand how the procedures work and what the risks are.

You deserve to be fully informed of what will happen to your body and the possible risks of getting either a surgical or chemical abortion. While we do not provide or refer for abortions, we do offer medically accurate information about abortion. Call us to get confidential answers to your questions.

Common Questions

An abortion can range from about $100 to hundreds of dollars. That can depend on the provider as well as how far along you are in your pregnancy.

You may have heard that the abortion pill is like a heavy period. In reality, it can be very painful, much like labor pains. A surgical abortion can also be painful with cramping after the procedure.

The abortion pill is a combination of two medicines taken separately: Mifepristone and misoprostol. Mifepristone blocks the needed hormone progesterone to keep your pregnancy. Then, misoprostol causes cramping and empties your uterus. Typically, this happens over the course of a couple of days.

According to Arizona law, a licensed medical doctor can legally perform abortions up to 15 weeks. After 15 weeks, the only exceptions are if the mother’s life is in danger or she has a health emergency.

Telemedicine for abortion services and ordering the medication online and outside of an abortion facility is illegal. Arizona law includes mandatory inperson counseling, followed by a 24hour waiting period and then another office visit to obtain either a surgical or a medication abortion.

 

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