Abortion Pill

Abortion Pill

Non-surgical abortions, also referred to as Medical Abortions or the Abortion Pill, are used to end an early pregnancy by administering a series of medications. The series of medication is FDA Approved for the termination of early pregnancy.

At Illinois Abortion Clinics pregnancies under 10 weeks in gestation as confirmed by an ultrasound are eligible for the series of medications referred to as a medical abortion. An ultrasound is used to confirm the actual pregnancy measurement and gestation period.

We do not dispense the Abortion Pill online, at least one office visit with the physician and a follow up is required with the Abortion Pill. There is a small chance that the procedure will not be complete with the medication alone (as confirmed by ultrasound) and in the event of an incomplete abortion, or excessive bleeding a D&C will be need to be completed.

A medical abortion or the Abortion Pill is not the same as emergency contraception, which is often referred to as the morning-after pill or Plan B. Emergency contraception prevents pregnancy and can work for up to five days after unprotected sex; medical abortion terminates an early pregnancy.

Commonly Asked Questions about the Abortion Pill

How does the Abortion Pill work?
It is a series of medication designed to block the development of pregnancy and further terminate the pregnancy.

How effective is the Abortion Pill?
It is over 90% effective, however there is always a small chance that the procedure will result in an incomplete abortion and a D&C will be required.

What are the side effects of the Abortion Pill?
Bleeding, cramping and passing orange size clots are all a normal part of the process. The bleeding can be heavier than a normal period and usually lasts from 9-16 days. In some cases, women may have severe bleeding and then would need to contact the clinic immediately or to the local emergency room. Your provider will instruct you on how to handle any pain, nausea, headache, vomiting, or diarrhea that could also occur.

How safe is the Abortion Pill?
It is FDA approved for termination of early pregnancies as determined by an ultrasound. At Illinois Abortion Clinics, we offer the Abortion Pill up to 10 weeks of gestation.

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Abortion Services

At Illinois Abortion Clinics we understand that the decision to terminate a pregnancy is not an easy one and are dedicated to providing accessible and compassionate care for women seeking an abortion. All the Illinois Abortion clinics are AAAHC Certified Surgical Centers with board certified physicians and experienced medical staff.
We offer Abortions up to 17.5 weeks in gestation and Medical Abortion (Abortion Pill) up to 7 weeks in gestation.

STD Testing

All Illinois Abortion Clinics offer confidential STD Testing and Screening for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Genital Warts, Syphilis and HIV Testing.
Illinois Abortion Clinics offer the option for anonymous HIV testing as well.


We have several conveniently located Abortion clinics in Illinois including:
Chicago and Downers Grove.
Abortion Clinics in Wood Dale, IL
Abortion Clinic in SouthWest Suburbs of Chicago (Downers Grove);
Abortion Clinic in South Loop Chicago;
Abortion Clinics in West Suburbs of Chicago in Downers Grove and Glen Ellyn IL.
All of our Illinois Abortion Clinic procedures are performed by experienced and licensed physicians. Please be aware of accidentally booking an appointment at a misleading pro-life clinic or “women’s center.” Often these “clinics” do not provide abortion services, but instead try to talk women out of a legal abortion.

Birth Control

All Illinois Abortion Clinics are committed to helping patients find the birth control that fits their needs.

Our birth control options range from Birth Control Pills, and IUDs including Paragard.
We offer the Morning After Pill for
Emergency Contraception.
Our Permanent Birth Control options range from Tubal Ligations or Female Sterilizations for women to Vasectomies for men.