For many people, the term "illegal abortion" refers to images of lane clinics, health care providers with suspicious qualifications, and of course the deco coat rack. It was frequently used as a symbol of protest. However, these images are old-fashioned and belong to the age of precursor. Recently, the actual behavior against abortion is online. On the other hand, groups of reproductive rights activists are using the Internet to inform people about how to use pills for abortion. They are hoping to give pregnant women who live in places where abortion is virtually inaccessible or completely illegal, access to safe and effective ways to manage their fertility .
With the introduction of abortion drugs, mifepristone and misoprostol can effectively induce abortion in 95-98% of cases, ending undesirable pregnancies without invasive medical procedures. Specifically, women can drink these medications to induce abortion without the help of a doctor. These tablets can be purchased online. For many people it is possible to completely avoid the clinic.
People looking for information on self-managed abortion can head to several places such as Plan C, ReproAction, Safe 2 choseose. In many cases, these services are just a list of facts on self-controlled abortion. However, like SASS (Self-Managed Abortion, Safe; Supported Acronym), others provide guidance to visitors through self-managed abortion processes and provide access to counselors to answer questions. Ask about your situation.
Inaugurated in April 2017, SASS is an online counseling service by international abortion activist group Women Help Women. Outside the United States, women assisting women are part of a few self-managed full-service abortion …
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