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Abortion Services

Planned Parenthood offers compassionate, non-judgmental abortion care that is 100% confidential.

What are my options?

There are two ways to end a pregnancy: an in-clinic abortion procedure and the abortion pill (available in-person or via telehealth). Both are safe and very common.

If you’re pregnant and thinking about abortion, you may have lots of questions. We’re here to help.

We also offer ultrasound appointments to confirm how many weeks have passed since your last menstrual period.

In-Clinic Abortion 

  • Complete your abortion at our health center where our experienced medical staff and abortion doulas are on hand to support you.
  • Only requires one visit. A separate, calm waiting room is available during your abortion care visit with staff nearby ready to answer all your questions. 
  • Available for patients who are up to 20 weeks pregnant. 
  • Offered at our DC health center. Wifi is available. 
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The Abortion Pill

  • Complete your abortion in the comfort of your home. 
  • You will have an initial appointment with us either in the health center or by video visit.
  • Available for patients who are up to 11 weeks pregnant (and for telehealth appointments, up to 9 weeks).
  • Offered at our health centers in Montgomery County, Prince George's County, and Northeast DC.
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*If you are not sure how many weeks have passed since your last menstrual period, it may be beneficial to set up an appointment at one of our health centers. If you're not past the 11-week cutoff, you can still use the abortion pill, and if you're past 11 weeks, you can schedule an in-clinic abortion procedure. More frequently asked questions here

Where can I access an abortion?

All of our health centers offer the abortion pill and ultrasound appointments to confirm how many weeks have passed since your last menstrual period. In-clinic abortion procedures are provided at our DC health center.

Abortion Care in Washington, DC

Our DC health center offers in-clinic abortion procedures and the abortion pill. This health center is open 7 days a week. It is bus and metro accessible and has free rooftop parking. 

 

1225 4th St. NE, Washington DC 20002

Abortion Care in Montgomery County, MD

Our Gaithersburg health center offers the abortion pill. This health center is open Mon - Fri. Free parking is available.  

 

19650 Club House Rd #101, Gaithersburg, MD 20879

Abortion Care in Prince George's County, MD

Our Suitland, MD health center offers the abortion pill. This health center is open Mon - Fri. It is metro-accessible and free parking is available.  

 

5001 Silver Hill Road Suite #103 , Hillcrest Heights, MD 20746

How much does an abortion cost?*

Our prices are inclusive of all labs and services needed in an abortion care visit. Financial assistance is available, ask while booking your appointment.

  • The Abortion Pill (in-person and telehealth):  
    • 4-11 weeks: $578
  • In-Clinic Abortion Procedure:
    • 4-13 weeks:  $578
    • 14 weeks: $789
    • 15 weeks: $1,128
    • 16 weeks: $1,568
    • 17 weeks: $1,678
    • 18 weeks: $1,788
    • 19 weeks: $1,898
    • 20 weeks: $2,008
    • Sedation - Conscious/Twilight Sedation - IV medication: $220 (included in the price for abortions 14 weeks and over)
  • Ultrasound for Gestational Aging: $155

What if I'm under 18? 

In DC, no parental notification or consent is needed for patients 13 and older who are seeking abortion. 

In Maryland, parental notification (to one parent) is required for minors seeking abortion services, unless you do not live with either parent and a reasonable effort to give notice is unsuccessful. A doctor can excuse you from this requirement.

You are not alone.

Abortion is safe and common.

“I often find myself talking to patients who feel so isolated and alone, who don’t realize that abortion care is a normal part of reproductive health care. Because it is stigmatized, people don’t talk about it, so abortion patients are often surprised to hear how common it actually is. On the other hand, sometimes it’s only when a patient shares their plans to come to Planned Parenthood that they learn their mom, their aunt, or their sister had a previous abortion.”  — Planned Parenthood abortion provider

What should I expect during my visit? 

Learn more about appointments for the in-clinic abortion procedurein-person abortion pill, or telehealth abortion pill before your visit.