Abortion Information in Canterbury, NH
Learn more about the abortion pill, in-clinic abortion procedures and all your options in New Hampshire.
how we can help
Contact us to learn more about medical and surgical abortions, your pregnancy options, and what resources and free services are available to you. Your first step is to confirm the pregnancy and if it is viable. The type of abortion is determined by how far along you are which can be determined during an ultrasound.
Contact us to make an appointment today for a free consultation.
The Abortion Pill
Considering abortion? Learn more about the abortion pill and your options in New Hampshire. We provide information on medication abortions and free pregnancy services so you can make a fully informed choice.
your first steps
It’s your pregnancy, your future, and your choice. We care about you and want to empower you to make a fully informed decision. Before an abortion, there are several things you need to know.
Has your pregnancy been confirmed?
Even if you've had a positive pregnancy test, you will need an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy, determine how far along you are, and rule out an ectopic or tubal pregnancy. Due to the possibility of a natural miscarriage, we also recommend verifying your HCG levels.
Have you ruled out an STI or STD?
An untreated infection can cause major complications if not treated prior to an abortion.
Do you have any health conditions that could rule out a medication abortion?
The abortion pill is not an option for women with certain health conditions. Learn more about any possible restrictions and potential side-effects of medication abortions.
If you are unsure about the answer to any of these questions, we can help. Contact us today to make an appointment at our center in Concord, NH.
about the abortion pill
A medication abortion, the abortion pill, is two drugs taken in separate doses (one at the clinic and one at home.) Another name for the abortion pill is a medical or chemical abortion. It is usually taken between 4-6 weeks, but it is FDA-approved up to 10 weeks after a woman's last menstrual period.
about abortion procedures
An aspiration abortion procedure can be performed up to 13 weeks after a woman's last menstrual period. It is the most common early surgical abortion method and it is an outpatient procedure.
A D&E abortion is typically performed 13 weeks or more after a woman's last menstrual period. It is the most common second-trimester surgical abortion method. Local anesthesia or sedation is commonly utilized.
DISCLAIMER: We provide education on abortion and pregnancy options. We do not refer for or perform termination services and we do not financially benefit from any decision you make.