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the new abortion pill info you need to know

Learn more about medication abortions by mail, in-clinic abortions, and your pregnancy options in Idaho and Washington. We provide free pre-abortion screenings and holistic reproductive services in Lewiston, Idaho.

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1. Has your pregnancy been confirmed and has the viability been verified?

Even if you've had a positive pregnancy test, an ultrasound is the only way to confirm the pregnancy, determine how far along you are, and rule out an ectopic or tubal pregnancy. You should also verify your HCG levels beforehand. As many as 1 in 4 pregnancies end in a natural miscarriage, and more than 80% of miscarriages occur in the first three months of pregnancy.

2. Do you know what side-effects to expect and when to seek help?

At your appointment, we can share more about what to expect after a medication abortion and what you may encounter. The most common side-effects are cramping, heavy bleeding, and abdominal pain. Some women experience tender breasts or breastmillk leakage. If symptoms worsen or bleeding is proficient, emergency care may be needed. 

2. Do you know what options are available to you if the abortion fails?

On occasion, there are incomplete abortions. Find out what steps you need to take and don’t be afraid to seek emergency help right away. You can also learn more about the Abortion Pill Reversal protocol. If you decide to continue the pregnancy, reversal is possible if you have only taken the first dose of the abortion pill.

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Pregnancy Testing & Confirmation

We can determine how far along you are and if the pregnancy is viable. You can also talk to a nurse about your medical history and potential side effects. Note: The abortion pill is FDA-approved up to 10 weeks after your last menstrual period. An ultrasound should be performed to determine which options are available to you.

Pre-Abortion Evaluation and Options Consultation

Learn more about the abortion pill and your options in Washington and Idaho, abortion procedures, what to expect during an abortion, abortion recovery, and more. We can also discuss other pregnancy options, your rights, and free resources available to you.

STD Testing and Treatment

We can provide free full-panel STD testing at Reliance Center. An STD/STI should be ruled out prior to an abortion to reduce your risk of infection or complications.

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frequently asked questions


what is the abortion pill?

The abortion pill is actually a combination of two medications taken in two separate doses. Other names for the abortion pill is a medical abortion, medication abortion, or chemical abortion.​ It is 98% effective at ending a pregnancy.

who is eligible for the abortion pill?

It can be taken up to 10-11 weeks after a woman's last known menstrual period. The abortion pill is not an option for people with certain medical conditions or if the pregnancy occurs outside of the uterus. 

how much does an abortion cost?

The cost of an abortion depends on several factors: how far along you are, your location, and the type of pregnancy. The abortion pill can cost anywhere between $450-$800 in Washington or Idaho.


things to note

The information on this site is not legal or medical advice and does not substitute advice from a doctor or medical professional. Our services are provided by Reliance Center in Lewiston, Idaho.


We serve patients without regard to age, income, nationality, religious affiliation, disability, or other circumstances. We never profit from your pregnancy decision and do not refer for or perform terminations.


Pre-abortion evaluations and ultrasounds are sometimes not performed on the same day. Contact us to learn more.

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Our main clinic is located in Lewiston, ID and our mobile unit provides services throughout Idaho and Washington. We do not refer for or perform termination services. Contact us to learn more. The content on this site is for education purposes only and should not be a substitute for medical or legal advice.

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