how much does an abortion cost?The cost of an abortion can range. The cost of abortion depends on a few different things about you and your situation. ACWC offers the Lowest Cost Medical Abortion in Atlanta. Here are some of the things that can affect how much your abortion will cost:
- Your health insurance company may provide financial assistance for the cost of your abortion. Call your insurance provider directly to find out about your coverage.
- We offer a discount for any patient who is a Medicaid recipient. If you don’t have insurance and you have Medicaid we can let you know about any discounts that can help you afford the out-of-pocket cost of the abortion.
- Your geographical
location. The cost of an abortion, just like the cost of medical care
general, can be different depending on where you live.
- If you are a full-time student or a member of the military will help lower your cost of an abortion.
- Depending on the type abortion you get. The abortion pill may have a different cost than a surgical abortion.
ACWC provides the lowest cost medical abortion in Atlanta. Depending how far along your pregnancy is the more your abortion may cost.
No matter what your situation is, ACWC will help provide the best possible care to you. ACWC is a Member of the National Abortion Federation and we are NAF Certified for assisting patients with the cost of the abortion
Abortion cost primarily centers on the subsequent factors:
- Duration of pregnancy
- Insurance, Medicaid or other funding
- Where you live
During some time of the first trimester, women can select between a medical abortion (the abortion pill) and a surgical abortion. In Georgia, women can take the abortion pill until they are, at most, ten weeks pregnant. Some states prohibit its use after seven weeks. A medical abortion essentially consists of a physical exam, two single pills, Mifepristone and Misoprostol, and a follow-up appointment.
The procedure takes anywhere from a few hours to a few days, contingent on how far apart the pills are taken and how long the body takes to abort after the second pill. Patients required to agree to have a surgical abortion when medical abortions don’t work, which occurs less than one percent of the time.
After ten weeks, surgical abortion is usually the only option. During the first 14 weeks of pregnancy, women get what’s called an aspiration abortion.