What Is a Medical Abortion?

A medical abortion, also referred to as the “abortion pill,” is the process of taking two different drugs to end a pregnancy and force it out of the uterus.  If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy, knowing all you can about this option is essential to make a confident decision about how to move forward.  Read

How Long Does a Surgical Abortion Take?

Abortion in Nebraska is banned after 12 weeks. Women seeking an abortion for pregnancies under 12 weeks will likely obtain a procedure called vacuum aspiration. This procedure only takes 15-20 minutes, but your appointment could last 3-4 hours due to the preparation and recovery phases.  If you are over 12 weeks pregnant and considering traveling

Do I Have to Tell My Partner I Want an Abortion?

If you’re pregnant, you’re not legally obligated to tell your partner or anyone else that you want to get an abortion. However, there are some things to ask yourself before you make this decision.  Why Don’t I Want to Tell My Partner? Keeping the news of pregnancy from your partner and getting an abortion without

What does Nebraska’s 12-week ban on abortions mean?

Just this last week, on May 19, the Nebraska Unicameral passed a 12-week ban on abortion. It included an emergency clause, which means it will become law on Monday, May 22 when Nebraska’s governor signs it. What does that mean for anyone in Nebraska considering abortion at 12 weeks? To begin with, the 12 weeks

My Partner Is Pressuring Me to Have an Abortion but I’m Not Sure

Facing an unplanned pregnancy can cause your mind to swirl with worry and questions: What will I do? What are my options? It’s important to take the time to find answers, but pressure from other people can interfere with this process.  If your partner is trying to talk you into an abortion, know that the

3 Things To Know If You Are Considering Mail-Order Abortion

Considering mail-order abortion for your unplanned pregnancy? If so, there are three things you should know before you hit “submit” on your order. First, you need to know if you have pre-existing conditions or take medications that would make taking the abortion pill dangerous. Second, you need to understand the risks of the abortion pill.

Can I Get the Abortion Pill by Mail?

Pregnancy can be tough, even when it is planned. Morning sickness, fatigue, mood swings and food aversions can all take a toll. When pregnancy is unplanned, and comes at a bad time, you may just be looking for an exit.  But before you decide to take matters into your own hands with the abortion pill,

What Are My Second Trimester Pregnancy Options in Omaha, NE?

Sweating in the middle of a cold Nebraska Winter? Pregnancy can do strange things to your body. Irregular temperatures, nausea, fatigue and moodiness can all impact your everyday routine.  If your pregnancy was unplanned, entering your second trimester may seem a bit scary—it’s just that much closer to the looming due date.  But you do

Is An Online or At-Home Abortion Safe?

An unplanned pregnancy can feel intimidating. All of the unknowns about your future, how your family will react, and the financial burden can make you want to rush into a quick abortion at home. But something this big and life-changing shouldn’t be decided on a whim. It is worth it to take the time to

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

While those who use these methods seek to prevent or terminate a pregnancy, there is a clear difference between these two medications. Plan B is used primarily to prevent pregnancy, while the abortion pill is utilized to terminate an existing pregnancy. What Is the Abortion Pill? The abortion pill terminates a pregnancy and is made


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