Roe v Wade: Separating Fact from Fiction

Since the Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe v Wade, people have tried to figure out the law and the impact it will have on their reproductive health. It’s hard to know if you’re hearing the facts on both the news and the internet. Let’s look closer. Fact or click here to continue...

3 Reasons You Need an Ultrasound Before Abortion

Ultrasound is a vital part of confirming your pregnancy. Before you consider an abortion, an ultrasound exam gives you a better idea of when you got pregnant, if the pregnancy is viable (developing), or if you’ve had a miscarriage, and the location of the pregnancy.  AscentCare offers ultrasounds at click here to continue...

Am I Eligible for the Abortion Pill?

New York must comply with the FDA-approved use of the abortion pill method. You are eligible to use the abortion pill to end a pregnancy through 70 days of gestation only. That is 70 days or less since the first day of your last menstrual period. Do you know click here to continue...

What Is Ectopic Pregnancy?

An ectopic pregnancy happens when the embryo implants outside of the uterus. Most often this occurs in the Fallopian tubes and is sometimes called a tubal pregnancy.  Ectopic pregnancies are nonviable and also pose serious threats to a woman’s health. Keep reading to learn about the signs and what click here to continue...

What Are the Signs of an Incomplete Abortion?

According to the Mayo Clinic, an incomplete abortion is at the top of the list of risks with a medication abortion. The abortion pill method is also known as a medication or medical abortion. Be aware of the signs and symptoms so you can take immediate action. Two Types click here to continue...

What Are the Risks of the Abortion Pill? 

All abortions are major medical procedures, so it is imperative to understand all their potential risks and side effects. The risks specific to the abortion pill, or chemical abortion, include incomplete abortion, an ongoing pregnancy, heavy and prolonged bleeding, infection, fever, and digestive system discomfort. Once you learn about click here to continue...

What are the Early Symptoms of Pregnancy?

Are you concerned you may be pregnant? Every women’s symptoms vary, but the most common early pregnancy symptoms include: A missed period Tender, swollen breasts Nausea with or without vomiting Increased urination Fatigue Moodiness Food aversions It’s possible to become pregnant even when using contraception. If you’re experiencing these click here to continue...