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Buying abortion pills online

It’s against the law to try to cause your own abortion. This includes buying abortion pills online.

You will not know if the pills sold online are genuine, and they could be harmful.

Before doing anything, contact an abortion advice service such as the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), MSI Reproductive Choices UK, or a GP or sexual health service, who can help you find appropriate care for free and in confidence.

Medical abortion for sale 

Medical abortion involves taking 2 different medicines to end the pregnancy.

The medicines are prescribed by the hospital or clinic, and you usually take them 1 or 2 days apart.

The pregnancy is passed (comes out) through the vagina. This usually happens several hours after you take the second medicine.

It does not need surgery or an anesthetic.

It involves the following steps:

  • You first take a tablet containing a medicine called mifepristone – which blocks the main pregnancy hormone. You take this tablet at the hospital or clinic, and you’ll be able to go home afterward and continue your normal activities
  • usually 1 to 2 days later, you take a second medicine called misoprostol – you put the tablets under your tongue, between your cheek and gum, or inside your vagina. You can usually take the medicine at home if you’re less than 10 weeks pregnant – if you’re over 10 weeks pregnant, you need to take these tablets at the clinic or hospital
  • Within 4 to 6 hours of taking the second medicine, the lining of the womb breaks down, causing pain, bleeding, and loss of the pregnancy

Methods of abortion

There are 2 main types of abortion:

Before having an abortion, you’ll need to have an assessment appointment. This usually happens at the hospital or clinic, but you may be offered a phone or video assessment.

During this assessment, you may:

  • discuss your reasons for considering an abortion and whether you’re sure about your decision
  • Talk to a nurse or doctor about the abortion methods available, including any associated risks and complications
  • need to have other tests such as a blood test, depending on any medical conditions you have or the stage you’re at in the pregnancy

When you’re sure you want to have an abortion, you’ll be asked to sign a consent form and the clinic or hospital will arrange a date for the abortion.

You can change your mind at any point up to the start of the abortion.

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