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How can I calculate how many weeks pregnant I am?

You’re pregnant — now what? A good first step is to calculate how many weeks you’ve been pregnant, also known as gestational age. Here's how to do the math.

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Let's talk about self-managed abortion

July 11, 2023

Do I Need Emergency Contraception or the Abortion Pill?

May 12, 2023

What happens if you take abortion pills when you’re not pregnant?

April 26, 2023

Is mifepristone the same as the morning-after pill?

April 18, 2023

Fast Facts: The Abortion Pill Vs. The Morning-After Pill

April 13, 2023

Fast Facts: Abortion Pills

April 13, 2023

Medication Abortion Without Mifepristone: What You Need to Know

April 8, 2023

What You Need to Know About the Latest Attack on Abortion Care: the Mifepristone Abortion Pill

Feb. 17, 2023

Can you get abortion pills at a pharmacy now instead of directly from a nurse or doctor? And what if abortion is illegal in my state?

Jan. 13, 2023

What do I need to do before I take abortion pills?

Oct. 4, 2022

Can I use herbs to have an abortion at home?

Aug. 26, 2022

Does the abortion pill have a weight limit?

July 13, 2022

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