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Abortion Pill

It can be overwhelming to face an unplanned pregnancy. If you are considering an abortion, EEPC offers confidential consultations to provide accurate information to help you feel completely informed and confident in your decision. We can discuss the details of abortion procedures, the side effects, and the risks in a judgment-free and caring manner.


The Abortion Pill

The abortion pill (also known as a chemical abortion or RU-486) can be taken up to 70 days (10 weeks pregnant) from the first day of your last menstrual period.


Chemical abortion involves 2 different medications taken at different times: Mifepristone (Mifeprex) first, followed by Misoprostol within 48 hours. The abortion pill is not the same as emergency contraception (the morning-after pill).

What Are The Risks?

Like most other surgical/medical procedures, there are health risks accompanying abortion. 


The risks of the abortion pill may possibly include unfinished abortion, heavy bleeding, and infection.

We understand that your choice regarding your pregnancy is difficult. The choice is yours, but we are here to help you feel completely informed and confident in your decision.  Our caring and trained staff and licensed medical professionals are here to help you discuss questions you may have about pregnancy, abortion procedures and risks, adoption, available resources, and more. Call today to schedule your free, confidential appointment.​




**East End Pregnancy Center does not perform or refer for abortions and does not distribute birth control.

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