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.

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The Reality of Forced Abortion and Why It’s Illegal

This article discusses the severe impacts of forced abortion, including physical complications, emotional trauma, and societal damage. It highlights how coercion can stem from various sources and emphasizes the need for protective measures against this violation of rights and dignity.

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5 Benefits of Sexual Abstinence for Women

This blog outlines five benefits of sexual abstinence for women, including enhanced emotional and physical health, reduced relationship pressures, focused pursuit of personal goals, and increased autonomy and self-discovery.

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Facing an Unexpected Pregnancy in a New Relationship

The AHAF team discusses managing an unexpected pregnancy in a new relationship, emphasizing honest communication, building a support network, and planning for the future, regardless of whether the partner stays or leaves. The blog encourages resilience and seeking help through available resources.

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The Impact of Misinformation on Abortion Pill Safety

This article delves into the misconceptions surrounding abortion pill safety, examining the physical, emotional, and legal ramifications. It emphasizes the need for honesty about the risks, the importance of medical oversight, and the psychological impact of experiencing an abortion at home, challenging the narrative of convenience without consequence.

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Emergency Care After Taking the Abortion Pill

This article outlines the abortion pill process, highlights the option for reversal, and stresses the importance of recognizing severe side effects. It urges honesty with healthcare providers for effective emergency care, emphasizing the critical nature of prompt medical attention and transparency in managing potential health risks post-abortion pill use.

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The Role of Hormones During Pregnancy

This article delves into the crucial roles of hormones during pregnancy, including hCG, progesterone, estrogen, relaxin, and oxytocin. It explains their contributions to pregnancy health, from facilitating conception to aiding in labor. Understanding these hormones’ effects helps anticipate physical and emotional changes, emphasizing their importance for a healthy pregnancy.

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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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