The attention I received from the safe2choose team was very respectful and discreet; they replied to my emails very quickly and their messages gave me peace of mind, which I appreciated a lot in those very complex moments. One of the most important things is to make the decision consciously, well thought out, even though you might be overwhelmed with anxiety.
When I made the decision I was 7 weeks pregnant. I was able to start it on a Thursday afternoon, that way I could use Friday and the weekend to rest at home. I followed the instructions thoroughly, about 12 hours after taking mifepristone I was bleeding. After the 4 misoprostol tablets, I had very powerful cramps, just as they warned on the instructions. For this reason, it is very important to use analgesics and if possible be accompanied by someone who can help you if you need it. I continued with the treatment as indicated, the next day the cramps were minor. The bleeding is abundant in the beginning, then normalizes and it lasts a few weeks. It is very important to consult a doctor after. In my case, I attended 3 weeks later and there was still tissue that had to be removed because of the risk of infection. The treatment was effective, but that does not exempt you from having a check-up on time with a trusted specialist who understands the case.