Abortion up to 24 Weeks

Medical, Non-Surgical Abortions with the Abortion Pill (Mifeprex) Up to 10 weeks of pregnancy

Non-surgical abortions, sometimes called “medical abortions,” are performed in the first 6-10 weeks in the first trimester. Non-surgical abortion can be administered in pill form (otherwise known as Mifeprex or RU-486). Mifeprex is approved by the FDA for non-surgical abortion.

This non-surgical method of abortion will stop your pregnancy from growing and vaginal suppositories will help expel your pregnancy. There is a small statistical chance of failure with this method, so you must be physically healthy enough and willing to undergo a surgical abortion in the unlikely event that this non-surgical method fails. In addition, you must be able to commit to 2 or more visits to the office.

You must agree to the following requirements:

  You must agree to have a surgical abortion if the non-surgical abortion fails

  You must be able to receive phone calls from the office

  You must have immediate, reliable access to transportation in the event of an emergency

 You must agree to return to the office for a check-up afterwards

Commonly Asked Questions about Mifeprex