Abortion is completely banned in Mississippi due to a new law that has gone into effect. It is legal to travel out of state to get an abortion.
What is medication abortion?
Medication abortion is an FDA-approved method to end a pregnancy. Medication abortion consists of two medications: mifepristone and misoprostol. The medications are taken in two steps. Medication abortions are the primary method for ending pregnancies in the United States.
What is Self-Managed Abortion?
Self-managed abortion means ending your own pregnancy, without a doctor or other health care provider. Most people go to clinics to get abortion care, whether they need a medication abortion or an abortion procedure. But, for a variety of reasons, some people prefer to manage their own abortions. People sometimes utilize prescription medications (one is called mifepristone and the other is called misoprostol) to self-manage their abortion.
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If/When/How Know Your Rights: https://www.reprolegalhelpline.org/sma-know-your-rights/
The Plan C Guide to Self-Managed Abortion: https://www.plancpills.org/guide-how-to-get-abortion-pills
M+A Medical Hotline, for medical support during or after a self-managed abortion:
Abortion Finder: https://www.abortionfinder.org/abortion-guides-by-state/abortion-in-mississippi