So with birth control and other reproductive rights coming under attack,
I want to remind people that resources are available. When guns began getting harder to buy, a black market formed. It's the same thing with abortion and birth control. That's right. If a woman wants an abortion, she will get one. There's many companies that run underground or online that you can only hear about from word of mouth.
These above sites allow you to order pills that are 97% effective in inducing an abortion. Women on Web and Aid Access are run by the same woman, Dr. Rebecca Gomperts. Women on Web and Aid Access, will screen women for their eligibility to take the pills—they should not be more than nine weeks pregnant—through an online process. (If the pills are taken later, they are less likely to work.) Gomperts will herself fill each woman’s prescription for misoprostol and mifepristone, which together are about 97 percent effective in causing an abortion within the first trimester and already account for a third of all abortions in the United States. She then sends the prescriptions to an Indian pharmacy she trusts, and it ships the pills to women at their homes in the United States.
The pills come with instructions, and if women have questions, Gomperts says they can Skype with her or call her help desk. Anti-abortion groups say these pills are not safe, but Daniel Grossman, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of California, San Francisco, told me that “it doesn’t appear that women are having serious complications” from self-inducing abortions using pills. However, if women using these regimens experience heavy bleeding or some other complication—as about 3 percent of women have—they are generally advised to go to a hospital and say they had a miscarriage. There have been studies of how well these companies work and these companies are found to be safe.
the morning after pill is available on Amazon
Prjkt Ruby is a company where you can buy birth control and the morning after pill online. I used for quite some time myself because it was the only way to get birth control past my conservative, religious parents. It's $60 for 3 months. Before you order anything, you fill out a form of your medical history, do a consultation with a pharmacist and physician, and it mailed to you from a pharmacy. This might sound like a scam but I assure you it's real. I even had to do a phone consultation with a pharmacist and physician because I get migraines. When you suffer from migraines, a majority of birth control will make your chances of having a stroke go through the roof. I was put on a low dose birth control, and everything was great. It was a really simple process. They filled my script pretty quickly and it came in a pretty nondescript package. Like you don't look at it and get red flags, you know?
Nurx is a similar company to Prjkt Ruby but they take insurance and they also send you free goodies like chocolate along with your order. Like Prjkt Ruby, they have nurses, doctors, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants to help you. Nurx will also mail you HIV prep (this is a medication that prevents HIV), HPV screening test, and an HIV/STI test kit.
The pill club is another similar company. Remember all these companies are board certified and HIPAA-compliant.
You may be thinking, “cool but what’s the big deal? I can get birth control easily.”
Why would anyone provide inaccurate information unless to control and brainwash someone? Wait I think I am on to something. Lets cross reference this chart with a chart on teen pregnancy.
In spite of the glaring evidence that most people are in fact having sex, access to birth control is becoming increasingly politicized. When the Supreme Court ruled in July 2015 that employers could deny women birth control due to religious beliefs (though it is part of legally mandated health care), a dangerous precedent was set.
Again, there are options available because the internet is a wonderful place where all this information is available at your fingertips. To induce a natural abortion, increase your intake of vitamin C, but do not exceed 6,000 mg per day. Also, ingesting a high amount of cinnamon is an old trick that stimulates the uterus and could easily help induce an abortion and reduce the pain that comes with it. If you have problems at all, go to the ER or urgent care and say you had a miscarriage.