Abortion Knowledge Base

At Home Abortion Facts created this resource center for you to have a place to learn more about women’s health, potential complications and risks of abortions, and empower yourself with material that will help you make an informed decision. Whatever conflict you might be facing, just know you are not alone.

DISCLAIMER: The information on this website is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Seek emergency care if you experience any of the following:

  • Heavy bleeding — soaking two or more pads an hour for two hours.
  • Severe abdominal or back pain.
  • Fever lasting more than 24 hours.
  • Foul-smelling vaginal discharge.1

The At Home Abortion Facts team has worked with thousands of women worldwide to connect them with the appropriate resources when faced with unique circumstances, such as unexpected pregnancy. Feel free to browse our various resource articles for information ranging from feminine hygiene guidance to how to deal with an unintended pregnancy. If you feel that you would benefit from additional help, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team. We’re here and happy to help you.

Woman sitting on an exam table across from her gynecologist during a regular exam

Why Regular Gynecological Checkups Are Essential

This blog emphasizes the importance of regular gynecological checkups for women, highlighting their role in early disease detection, managing gynecological conditions, STI screenings, menopause management, and supporting emotional well-being. It advocates for prioritizing these exams to improve overall health and quality of life for women.

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Pregnant woman holding a glass of wine

The Effects of Alcohol Use During Pregnancy

This article discusses the dangers of alcohol use during pregnancy, highlighting the risk of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) which can cause physical, behavioral, and cognitive impairments in children. It stresses the importance of an alcohol-free pregnancy for the child’s health and development, advocating for awareness, education, and prenatal counseling.

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A woman is holding her credit card in one hand and placing an online order on her laptop

The Dangers of Ordering the Abortion Pill Online

This article highlights the dangers of ordering abortion pills online, emphasizing risks like lack of medical supervision, questionable product quality, and legal issues. It advocates for confirmatory ultrasounds and professional guidance at pregnancy centers as safer alternatives, ensuring informed decision-making and healthcare compliance in reproductive choices.

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A young couple sitting across from one another on a picnic bench while holding hands

How to Set Healthy Boundaries in a Relationship

This article delves into establishing healthy boundaries in relationships, highlighting the importance of dealing with boundary crossings, and maintaining self-respect. It covers how to set, respect, and enforce boundaries, ensuring healthier interactions and emphasizing the necessity of mutual respect in all relationship dynamics.

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Woman holding a glass of water as she takes an abortion pill

Is Abortion Pill Reversal Possible?

This blog explores abortion pill reversal (APR), a process offering an alternative for those reconsidering a medical abortion. It details the medical abortion process, explains how progesterone counteracts mifepristone and emphasizes the critical importance of timely action in initiating APR for potentially sustaining the pregnancy.

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Gynecologist holding a swab and test tube for STD testing during pregnancy

The Importance of STD Testing During Pregnancy

This article emphasizes the importance of STD testing during pregnancy, highlighting its role in protecting maternal health, preventing transmission to the unborn child, and empowering expectant parents. It underscores how early detection and treatment of STDs contribute to a safer pregnancy and informed healthcare decisions.

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woman packing her hospital bag and getting her birth plan prepared

How to Write a Birth Plan: What to Include and Why

This guide offers insights on creating a concise birth plan. It emphasizes flexibility, detailing essential components from pain management to postpartum preferences. Highlighting the importance of clear communication, it encourages adaptability to ensure a positive birthing experience for both mom and baby.

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