At the moment, we do not accept insurance for the procedure. Your medical insurance might cover the laboratory tests in relation to your pregnancy, but not the pregnancy termination procedure.
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What is the difference between medical abortion pills and the emergency contraceptive pill?
The former, as their name implies, interrupt a pregnancy and you need to take more than one pill, whereas the latter, the morning-after pill, is a contraceptive method that is taken to prevent conception.
To understand this difference it is important to consider that pregnancy does not occur immediately after you have sexual relations. The sperm and egg can take up to six days to fertilize, in other words, come together. Emergency contraception, such as the morning-after pill, works in a variety of ways to prevent pregnancy, but does not interrupt an existing pregnancy.