Before taking abortion pill or any other medication in Brooklyn, The Bronx or Queens, get information from a trusted source so that you understand how it works and the possible side effects. Women have trusted Free Abortion Alternatives with pregnancy decisions since 1986.
What is the abortion pill?
The abortion pill, otherwise known as Mifeprex (or Mifepristone), is a steroid that causes an abortion when taken orally. It is actually a combination of two drugs – mifepristone and misoprostol – that cause early abortion. It should not be used if it has been more than 70 days since your last period. It is NOT the same as the Morning After Pill, commonly sold under the trade-names PlanB One-Step® or EllaOne®
Possible Ways It May Affect Your Health:
How Does It Work?
This drug breaks down the uterine lining and the growing fetus is shed from the uterus over a period of about 12 days. For this type of abortion, you may need as many as three appointments.
The approved Mifeprex dosage is:
Because of the risk of serious complications, Mifeprex is only available through a restricted program. This program requires abortion providers to warn patients about the risks and what to do if complications happen.
Women who have taken Mifeprex should seek immediate medical care for the below symptoms as they could be a sign of serious complications:
For more information on the abortion pill or The Morning-After Pill, please call us
at one of our clinics in Brooklyn, The Bronx or Queens NYC
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Post market Drug Safety Information for Patients and Providers (2016). Mifeprex (mifepristone) information. Retrieved from: http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/PostmarketDrugSafetyInformationforPatientsandProviders/ucm111323
New England Journal of Medicine, April 30, 1998, Vol. 338 No. 18. Washington Post, February 4, 1997, Robin Heterman
Citizen: “Deadly Temptation” January 2000, by Matthewes-Green
Free Abortion Alternatives has been serving the women of New York since 1986, offering compassionate care, counseling, and diagnostic testing to give women the tools they need to make informed decisions about their pregnancies.