What are the risks and complications associated with abortion pills?
Less than 1% of women that use abortion pills experience a complication . The most common complications associated with the abortion pills are hemorrhage (excessive bleeding) or infection . These complications can be treated in most health centers if you seek medical care in a timely manner.
You can find out more about the warning signs that might indicate a potential complication during medical abortion.
 Ipas. (2019). Clinical Updates in Reproductive Health. L. Castleman & N. Kapp (Eds.). Chapel Hill, NC: Ipas. Retrieved from: https://ipas.azureedge.net/files/CURHE19-april-ClinicalUpdatesInReproductiveHealth.pdf
 Planned Parenthood. How safe is the abortion pill? Retrieved from: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/abortion/the-abortion-pill/how-safe-is-the-abortion-pill
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