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Searching How to Cause a Miscarriage?

Your pregnancy test revealed the terrifying truth — the birth control failed, and you’re now pregnant. What do you do? Maybe you don’t have the money for an abortion, and you are researching DIY abortion methods and how to induce or cause a miscarriage at home. Contact us to learn more about spontaneous abortion, pregnancy options, what to expect, and more. If you want to continue your pregnancy and are worried about a potential miscarriage, please reach out to learn more about our services and resources.


Whatever you may be looking for, your best first step is a free pregnancy confirmation appointment so you can know what options are available to you and if the pregnancy is viable (the pregnancy has not miscarried and is not ectopic).

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Is an at-home, self-induced miscarriage possible? In the past few years, thousands of women like you have turned to looking for at-home abortion options for an unintended pregnancy. While there are several methods and ways to force anat-home, self-induced abortion, we want to be abundantly clear. It is not safe to induce a miscarriage or spontaneous abortion at home. The risks are high and can cause long-term or life-threatening side effects (1) including but not limited to:


● liver damage

● breathing difficulties

● death


You should know that whether you’re trying to induce a miscarriage or not, miscarriages occur in 10-20% of all known pregnancies (2). Only an ultrasound can verify if your pregnancy is on track to progress or cease.


Risks associated with self-induced miscarriages


It is important to evaluate risks in life, and this is even more true when it comes to your health. You can Google, research, and ask others for opinions, but all these options should come secondary to the oversight of a licensed medical professional. Here are things you should evaluate before you do anything.


1) Tubal pregnancy

Roughly 1 in 50 pregnancies will be a tubal or ectopic pregnancy (3). A tubal pregnancy is when the fertilized egg implants itself on the fallopian tube instead of the uterus. A self-induced miscarriage will not rectify a tubal pregnancy. Additionally, a tubal pregnancy can be life-threatening. If you want to rule out a tubal pregnancy, you will need an ultrasound.


2) Medication

If you are already taking medication, the herbs used for a DIY abortion could cause a severe reaction in your body. Mixing medications with herbs and other medicines can be dangerous and should be approved by a doctor before doing so.


3) Dosage

Depending on the amount of herbs you take, substantial quantities of any herb can be fatal to your body due to the toxins increasing to high and dangerous levels. With anything medical, you should always consult a licensed medical professional. Don’t have one and can’t afford one? Check out how we can help you with your pregnancy concerns.

4) Incomplete miscarriage

You can take the right amount of herbs and food to have a self-induced miscarriage, and your miscarriage could occur, yet the fetal tissue has not entirely been expelled. In that case, you will still need to have the same medical procedure (4) that you would during an abortion.


5) Pre-existing medical conditions

Diabetes, epilepsy, and high blood pressure, mixed with what you may take during a DIY abortion, can affect your heart, kidneys, and lungs, leaving you with serious side effects (5). Before trying to self-induce a miscarriage, we strongly advise you to talk with a licensed medical professional and get all the pros and cons before making a decision.


Where you can find help

If you’re short on money and time and overwrought with worry, we can help. We offer same-day appointments and no-cost pregnancy services, including lab-grade pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, medical consultations, and more.


Your health is important, and you deserve the highest level of care.


Make your appointment today!


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