Will My Insurance Pay For My Girlfriend’s Abortion Pill?

Typically, medical insurance will only cover your girlfriend if there is an existing legal financial obligation. This means that you are either legally married or have a domestic partnership in place. However, you would need to check with your specific medical insurance provider to see if any medical coverage is available. In the case of

Can I Buy the Abortion Pill Online?

If you are considering an abortion, one option that may cross your mind is ordering the abortion pill online. Some states allow doctors to prescribe the abortion pill after a telehealth consultation, without an in-person visit or health screening. This is not currently allowed in the state of Nebraska, but keep reading to learn more

Can You Still Get an Abortion in Nebraska?

You can still get an abortion in Nebraska up to 20 weeks of pregnancy (or later in the event of life endangerment or serious health complications). To prioritize your health, there are a few steps you’ll want to take first. Is Abortion Still Legal in Omaha?  You may be wondering if the recent reversal of

What is the Difference Between a Blood and Urine Pregnancy Test?

If you have missed your period by more than a few days and have recently had unprotected sex, then you are probably thinking about purchasing an at-home pregnancy test. It’s especially important you confirm your pregnancy if you’re experiencing other early pregnancy symptoms such as tender breasts, frequent urination, fatigue, or nausea (sometimes confused for

What Are the Side Effects of the Abortion Pill?

There are serious side effects of the abortion pill. They may include the following: Bleeding, including blood clots  Cramping  Nausea and vomiting Sweating Feeling faint Any medication requires careful consideration, including taking the time to understand possible side effects. The abortion pill is no different. Keep reading to learn more before you decide to take

What’s the Difference Between the Abortion Pill and Plan B?

Whether you’ve taken an at-home pregnancy test or your period is late, you’re worried you might be pregnant. You’re researching which pill to use and you may be confused by the abortion pill and Plan B, or the “morning-after” pill. Keep reading to understand which situation each pill is used for and how they work.

I’m Pregnant and Don’t Want to Be: Plan B or Abortion Pill?

You’re pregnant, don’t want to be, and aren’t sure what to do. You may be wondering which medication can be used to end the pregnancy. The abortion pill and Plan B are not the same, and they should not be taken interchangeably.  The abortion pill ends an early pregnancy. Plan B is emergency contraception designed

How Do Pregnancy Tests Work?

Whether you’re about to take a pregnancy test or wondering if it’s time to go grab one from the store, it’s important to understand exactly how and why they are able to detect a pregnancy. How Do Pregnancy Tests Work?  In order to detect a pregnancy, pregnancy tests use a urine sample to measure for

When Should I Take a Pregnancy Test?

If you think you may be pregnant and are wondering when to take a pregnancy test, you’re in the right place! Waiting to take a pregnancy test can cause feelings of stress and anxiety. However, taking a test too soon could result in inaccurate results. In today’s blog, we will be discussing when to take

What Are there Risks to Ordering the Abortion Pill Online?

COVID-19 has lulled us into thinking everything should be done through the internet. From work to grocery shopping, the pandemic has locked us behind our doors and kept us from meeting face-to-face. Isn’t that okay? When making major medical decisions, it isn’t okay. Getting a thorough check-up and meeting one-on-one with a doctor who’s aware

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