Is it difficult to do an abortion by yourself?

Abortion pill easy to administer & can be taken in the privacy of your home. Our team will walk you through the process in real time

A medical abortion does not need to take place in a hospital or first aid clinic in order to be safe. Abortion pill is easy to administer and can be taken in the privacy of your home. The World Health Organization suggests that individuals can self-manage their abortions until 12 weeks without the support of a health-care provider.

Using Mifepristone and Misoprostol is no more complicated than using other medications. You will get step-by-step instructions about how to use the pills, what to expect, and when you need to see a licensed medical practitioner, should you experience any complications. If you have questions about any step of the process, you can contact our helpline at info@womenonweb.org. Our helpdesk staff will get back to you within 24 hours.

A medical abortion resembles a miscarriage and can occur safely at home. The process is very similar, and the effects are the same as those of a miscarriage. About 15% of all pregnancies end in a miscarriage, most of which do not happen in a hospital. Most people will deal with miscarriages by themselves and only seek medical attention in case of problems, such as prolonged, heavy bleeding or fever.

Medical abortion is highly safe and effective. Out of every 100 people who do medical abortion, 2 to 3 will seek further medical care. When you do medical abortion, please ensure that you are less than 12 weeks pregnant and live within 1 hour from a first aid facility.