If abortion pills successfully terminated the pregnancy most women will not need to use any extra medication, nor have any surgical procedure afterwards. Some health providers are not properly trained and may unnecessarily suggest a surgical procedure to remove all… Read more »
A safe abortion will not decrease your fertility.
You can have sex whenever you want after having an abortion. If you are still bleeding from the abortion it is best if you can use a condom to reduce the chance of getting an infection. Consider too that if… Read more »
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We do not have a physical location. We have an international team based in different parts of the world, but our operations are entirely online. We utilize technology to reach as many women as possible.
Unfortunately, we do not have a phone number, nor WhatsApp. You can contact us via email and live chat. We make sure these platforms are confidential and safe for you to communicate with us.
Our communication is handled by our counseling team. All of them are experts in medical abortion and constantly re-trained with the most updated information. If you need more specialized medical advise, counselors will rely on our medical team to support… Read more »
A miscarriage is a natural or spontaneous termination of a pregnancy, meaning the body expels the pregnancy on it’s own without the aid of medicine or a surgical procedure. An abortion occurs when a procedure is done with the purpose… Read more »
When a medical or a surgical abortion are done properly they are very safe procedures. The risk of having a complication is less than 1% for medical abortion and around 1% for surgical abortion. If you experience a complication after… Read more »
Less than 1% of women that use abortion pills experience a complication. When they do the most common are hemorrhage (excessive bleeding) or infection. If you get medical care on time, a hemorrhage or an infection can be treated easily… Read more »