When should I take a pregnancy test? 

It is recommended that you take an at-home pregnancy test at least one week after a missed period and that you take it first thing in the morning before drinking any fluids. For a free pregnancy test, make an appointment at TryLife Center today!

Why do I need an ultrasound? 

Once you receive a positive pregnancy test, we recommend getting an ultrasound scan. Whether you’re considering abortion or plan to carry your pregnancy to term, an ultrasound is a vital step in learning the age, location, and viability of your pregnancy, understanding your abortion options and identifying any concerning health conditions.

TryLife Center provides free limited ultrasound scans! Call our clinic today to inquire.

Can I order the abortion pill online?

The abortion pill should not be accessed outside of a medical setting. While you may be able to order the abortion pill online, it’s not recommended due to a lack of testing and regulation of medications sold online. In addition to the risk of taking an unapproved medication, ordering the abortion pill online likely means you have not received the necessary screenings and tests (ultrasound, a medical consultation, etc.) from a trusted medical professional to determine if the abortion pill is safe for you

What are the risks and side effects of the abortion pill?

According to the FDA, side effects of the abortion pill include nausea, weakness, fever, chills, vomiting, headaches, dizziness, and diarrhea. Additionally, some women experience more long term health risks, including infection, sepsis, and hemorrhaging. This is why it is important to involve a trusted medical professional in order to make an informed decision.

What are the risks and side effects of an abortion?

While side effects of surgical abortions typically include cramping and bleeding, some women face more serious risks, including…

  • Perforation of the uterus
  • Damage to the cervix
  • Scar tissue on the uterine wall, leading to painful menstrual cycles and future miscarriages and fertility issues
  • Infection