Abortion pills for sale in Chile
Medication abortion is a procedure that uses a combination of two drugs (Mifeprex, or mifepristone, and Cytotec, or misoprostol) to end a pregnancy. The first one (mifepristone) weakens the attachment of the pregnancy to the uterus.
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Is abortion legal in Chile?
- When the woman´s life is at risk so that the termination of pregnancy avoids a danger to her life;
- When the fetus suffers from an acquired or genetic congenital pathology, incompatible with independent extrauterine life;
- And also, When the pregnancy is the result of rape, provided that the pregnancy is no more than twelve weeks old.
If the requirements of any of the above cases are met, it will be evaluated which method will be used to carry out the termination of pregnancy. This will depend on the cause invoked, the gestational age, the health conditions of the woman, and the conditions of the embryo.
The methods used are: through the use of medications (misoprostol or mifepristone + misoprostol) or by manual vacuum aspiration.
Who can provide a safe abortion in Chile?
However, some organizations also provide useful information and guidance on questions related to abortion in Chile. Such is the case of the organization “Con las amigas y en la casa” (“With friends and at home”).
Abortion Pill (Medical Abortion)
Medical or non-surgical abortion uses the “Abortion Pill” or other types of chemicals to terminate an early pregnancy. This method of abortion is used up to 70 days after a woman’s last menstrual period. If you are further along in your pregnancy, a medical abortion may be ineffective.
What is the risk of pregnancy complications after an abortion?
A majority of medical literature has yet to identify a verifiable or repeatable connection between abortion and complex pregnancies. However, there is no conclusive evidence that previous abortion will increase a person’s risk of ectopic pregnancy or secondary infertility, according to a study in Chile of Medicine.
Studies also suggest that there is not an increased risk of maternal morbidity or infant mortality, as compared with first-time pregnant patients who have not had an abortion
Where can I go to access a safe abortion?
If they refuse to carry out an abortion, alluding to a conscientious objection, they have the obligation to refer you to the nearest health service.
The cost of abortion, for any of the causes indicated by law, will depend on the health plan (FONASA or ISAPRE) of the applicant.
In the case of FONASA, the public system, the costs vary. On the other hand, when it comes to pharmacological treatment (including both the consultation with a specialty of Obstetrics and Gynecology, as well as the pills), in level 1 the beneficiary will pay $ 6,290, in level 2 the copayment is $ 10,060, and in level 3 it will be $ 13,840.
In the case of ISAPRE, it will depend on your health plan and the percentage of coverage it offers.
Can I buy abortion pills at a pharmacy in Chile?
No, its commercialization, distribution, and acquisition outside the hospital environment is prohibited.
However, it is possible to obtain it through the informal market.
What do abortion pills look like in Chile?
What Do You Know About Abortion Procedures?
. Robbinsdale Women’s Center will provide you with a no-cost ultrasound, and resources on various abortion procedures and risks so that you can make an informed decision.