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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How to Navigate Being Pregnant in College

Being pregnant in college can bring about many emotions and leave you feeling overwhelmed. Read on to learn our top tips to ensure you’re prepared for parenthood while you continue to work towards your personal goals and pursue an education.

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Can You Get Pregnant on Your Period?

Learn about the hormonal and physiological changes that occur during each phase of a woman’s menstrual cycle, and discover more about the possibility of getting pregnant even while on your period.

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What is an Incomplete Abortion?

Learn the definition of an incomplete abortion, what symptoms are typically present, and why it’s best to seek medical attention immediately should you experience any symptoms.

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