Abortion Pill

The abortion pill is a medicine that ends an early pregnancy. In cases where the pregnancy is unwanted abortion is the only alternative to be taken. Abortion Pills and Medicated Abortion are the two alternatives which are usually recommended by all doctors.

Abortion Pill can be taken up to 63 days — 9 weeks — after the first day of a woman's last period. Women who need an abortion and are more than 9 weeks pregnant can have an in-clinic abortion.
The name for "the abortion pill" is mifepristone. It was called RU-486 when it was being developed.

How effective is Abortion Pill?

Medication abortion with the abortion pill is usually very effective. Its success rate is over 97 out of every 100 times. You'll follow up with your health care provider after your abortion so you can be sure that it worked and that you are well.

Some of the medicines used in medication abortion may cause serious birth defects if the pregnancy continues. So, in the unlikely case that it doesn't work, you will need to have an aspiration abortion to end the pregnancy.


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