Abortion

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The Abortion Pill

If you are considering the abortion pill, make an appointment today. We provide accurate medical information on the abortion pill and abortion procedures, and we can help you make a fully informed decision. 

During your appointment, you will receive free pregnancy testing, an ultrasound to confirm your pregnancy and determine viability, and information on all your options, including education on the abortion pill.  

Before you decide, you need to find out how far along you are and what abortion and pregnancy options are available to you.

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Abortion Pill FAQs

What is the abortion pill?

The abortion pill is actually two drugs and it’s taken in two separate doses (one at the abortion clinic and one at home.) The abortion pill is also called a medical abortion, chemical abortion and medication abortion.​ The abortion pill can cost anywhere between $400-$800.

How does it work? When is it taken?

The abortion pill is usually taken between 4-6 weeks, but it can be taken up to 70 days after a woman’s last menstrual period. The abortion pill is not an option for people with certain medical conditions or if the pregnancy occurs outside of the uterus. 

>> If you are considered late-term and are still considering an abortion, make an appointment with New Hope today to talk about your options.

Is reversal possible?

Reversal is possible if action is taken after the first dose. If you have recently taken the first dose of mifepristone and decided not to take the second, please contact Abortion Pill Reversal

What if I'm in my second trimester?

At your appointment, we can answer all your questions about second-trimester or late-term abortion procedures and give you information and resources for pregnancy options in your first, second, or third trimester.

Make an appointment to learn more about abortion pills and procedures. New Hope does not perform or refer for abortions.

Your Next Steps >>

We offer free pregnancy tests, limited ultrasounds, and options consultations so you can make a fully informed decision.