What Determines Abortion Cost?
Learn what you need to know to make a fully informed choice
your First Steps
If you are considering abortion, you may be looking for information on the cost of abortion pills or the cost of an abortion procedure. At your first appointment, we can provide information on all your options and provide you with free pregnancy testing. If the test is positive, an ultrasound can help you determine your next steps and give you the information you need.
Abortion Pill Cost
A medication abortion is FDA-approved up to 70 days past your last menstrual period. This should be determined via ultrasound. Before ordering or taking the abortion pill, it is important to know if the pregnancy is viable and if it’s a single or multiple pregnancy. An estimated third of all pregnancies end naturally without abortion-inducing drugs.
The cost of a medication abortion is determined by how far along you are and the number of pills you order or take. This can range from $300-$500 in New Hampshire.
In-clinic abortion procedure cost
There are many factors that determine the cost of a surgical abortion procedure, including but not limited to:
How far along you are
Single or multiple pregnancies
Type of abortion procedure
A suction abortion, also known as vacuum aspiration, is typically performed between 5 and 12 weeks of pregnancy. A D&E is typically performed between 9-20 weeks although late-term abortions can also be performed via D&E.
We can answer these questions for you during your pregnancy confirmation appointment. You will also talk to a nurse about your health history, any potential risk factors, and learn more about what to expect during and after an abortion.
We provide comprehensive information on abortion and all your pregnancy options. We do not perform or refer for termination services or financially benefit from any decision our patients make.