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  • Federal Judge Blocks Restrictions on Family Planning Funds

    Health centers that provide or make referrals for abortions can continue participating in the Title X program Read more »

  • Pastilla del día siguiente vs. pastillas para abortar

    Una previene el embarazo justo después de haber tenido sexo. La otra interrumpe el embarazo semanas después. ¡Aprende la diferencia! Read more »

  • ¿Qué hacer si tu embarazo continúa después de tomar las pastillas para abortar?

    ¿Qué pasa si tu embarazo continúa después de tomar las pastillas? Read more »

  • Cómo cuidarte a ti misma durante tu aborto con medicamentos

    Ponte lo más cómoda posible. Read more »

  • Lo que debes saber acerca del aborto y la infección

    Ser consciente del riesgo, incluso cuando es poco probable, es una parte vital de saber cuidarse. Read more »

  • ¿Quiénes NO deben tener un aborto con medicamentos?

    Ningún medicamento es adecuado para todos. Aprende quiénes no deben tomar la pastilla abortiva. Read more »

  • Maine Lawsuit Aims to Expand Abortion Access

    This week, a judge in Maine heard arguments in a lawsuit that could expand abortion access in the state and set a precedent for others. Read more »

  • ¿Necesitas "limpiar tu útero" después de tomar las pastillas para abortar?

    El útero es un órgano que se limpia a sí mismo, para eso sirven el flujo vaginal y la menstruación. Read more »

  • ¡Rompamos los mitos sobre el aborto!

    Es la hora de la verdad. Read more »

  • California Reintroduces College Right to Access Act

    Law would make abortion pills available on state campuses Read more »

  • Aborto con medicamentos y tu período

    Has confirmado que tu aborto con medicamentos fue exitoso. Ahora, ¿cuándo volverá tu período? Read more »

  • Prepárate para la guerra en contra de la ciencia

    Date un tiempo para aprender a diferenciar los hechos de la ficción Read more »

  • Coca-Cola won't terminate your pregnancy

    Coca-Cola doesn't terminate a pregnancy, nor is it a contraceptive. Read more »

  • Rhetoric around “late-term abortion” is shaming and has to go

    The reality is that the reasons for having an abortion at any point are as complex, nuanced, and self-defined as the people who make them. Read more »

  • Trump Administration Keeps Attacking Insurance Coverage for Abortion Care

    Another attempt to undermine access and affordability Read more »

  • Here's what you should know about sex after medical abortion

    Once you've established that your medical abortion was successful, when can you return to regular activities? Read more »

  • Catholic hospitals are a reproductive justice issue

    Physicians who work in Catholic hospitals must abide by Catholic religious rules, which dictate what reproductive health care can be provided. Read more »

  • Preparing for Post-Roe America

    A new book offers resources for anyone ready to fight for abortion access Read more »

  • Abortion stigma restricts access to medication for miscarriage recovery

    Because mifepristone is known as the “abortion pill,” it has been strongly regulated in the U.S. since being approved to induce abortions Read more »

  • How do I know if my medical abortion was successful?

    Here's how you can tell Read more »