Learn more about the abortion pill, abortion procedures and your pregnancy options
If you think you may be pregnant, you may have more options than you know. Before making any decision, you owe it to yourself to gather the resources you need to make an informed choice regarding your pregnancy. If you are considering abortion, your health and safety are very important to consider before you make a decision.
Before obtaining an abortion, you will need to verify you are actually pregnancy and the viability of the pregnancy. (A positive home pregnancy test is an indicator of pregnancy, not a confirmation.) With an ultrasound, we can determine viability and how far along you are.
Make an appointment today to confirm your pregnancy, talk to a nurse, and explore your options.
TYPES OF ABORTIONS
Medical Abortion | The Abortion Pill
A medical or medication abortion, often called the abortion pill, may be taken up to 70 days after the first day of your last period. There are several factors that determine whether someone is eligible to take the abortion pill including how far along you are and if the pregnancy is viable.
We can help you determine this information at your pregnancy confirmation appointment and give you all the information you need on the abortion pill and your options.
Note: If you have taken the first pill and then changed your mind, you have options. Call us for more information on the abortion pill reversal.
Surgical Abortion | Abortion Procedures
A surgical abortion can be performed if the woman is more than six weeks pregnant and most surgical abortions are performed in the second trimester. The type of surgical abortion procedures in Idaho and Washington depend on how far along you are and the type of pregnancy.
A surgical abortion must be completed in a medical facility and uses local anesthesia to complete the procedure.
Just like any elective medical procedure, there are risks associated with surgical abortions. If you are farther along in your pregnancy and are considering a surgical abortion, make an appointment today to confirm your pregnancy, learn more about abortion, and talk about all your pregnancy options.
We provide accurate information on abortion and pregnancy medical services. Reliance Center does not perform or refer for abortions.