What is the difference between morning after-pill and abortion pill?
The morning-after pill  (levonorgestrel, ulipristal) is a form of emergency contraception that can be used to prevent pregnancy from occurring after unprotected sex. It works by preventing ovulation (release of an egg) or by preventing the egg from meeting the sperm. The abortion pill is different because it ends a pregnancy that has already occurred.
 Find My Method. Emergency contraception. Retrieved from: https://findmymethod.org/findmethod/emergency-contraception/
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- Why are women choosing to get an abortion?
- What are the unsafe methods of abortion?
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- What are the abortion pills? What’s in them?
- What is the difference between medical and surgical abortion?
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- Is abortion dangerous?
- What are the risks and complications associated with abortion pills?
- Will I need a doctor’s prescription to buy abortion pills?
- Why do other websites have different information about abortion pills?
*Nothing provided herein should be construed as professional medical advice and no medication / pills should be used without a prescription from a licensed / registered medical practitioner eligible to prescribe such medication in your local jurisdiction.