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Learn How You Can Get Abortion Pills Before You Need Them

We all know that life does not always go according to plan. When it comes to unplanned pregnancy, advance provision is one way for people to be ready for life’s uncertainties. Advance provision is the option to access abortion pills before you are pregnant so you can use them more quickly if you do become pregnant in the future and decide you want a medication abortion. Since the U.S. ...

Learn How You Can Get Abortion Pills Before You Need Them2022-09-15T20:14:35+00:00

Why Advance Provision is the Future of Abortion Care in the United States

Advance provision is a way for people to request abortion pills in advance – before they need them. By having pills on hand, they can use them soon after they discover they are pregnant. Choix offers advance provision of medication abortion pills via telehealth to help people access comprehensive abortion care. While no one can predict the future of reproductive health in the U.S., advance provision is likely ...

Why Advance Provision is the Future of Abortion Care in the United States2022-09-07T23:30:29+00:00

Medication Abortion Pills: What They Are and How They Work

Medication abortion pills are a safe and effective way for people to end their pregnancies. Choix has all the information you need to know about the most frequently chosen type of abortion in the U.S. today. As one of the pioneers in providing confidential, supportive abortion care on your schedule via telehealth, Choix understands that abortion access can be challenging. Our goal is to provide you with the safest ...

Medication Abortion Pills: What They Are and How They Work2022-09-25T10:33:35+00:00

Why Access to Reproductive Health Care Is Crucial

Even if you currently have access to affordable, safe, convenient, and confidential reproductive health care, that may not always be the case. Changes in your health insurance status, state and federal laws governing reproductive health services, and even unprecedented pandemics can threaten your reproductive and sexual freedoms overnight. At Choix, we are actively working to safeguard your access to this critical care, which is essential to your sexual and ...

Why Access to Reproductive Health Care Is Crucial2022-09-07T23:31:13+00:00

Abortion Care via Telehealth

Want to learn more about a medication abortion, and how to get one here? You're in the right place. What is a medication abortion? A medication abortion is the process of taking medications to end a pregnancy in the first trimester. The medication abortion uses two medications, mifepristone and misoprostol. Mifepristone is the first medication, and blocks the hormone progesterone; pregnancies need progesterone ...

Abortion Care via Telehealth2022-09-10T02:57:01+00:00

What are my options for having an abortion?

There are many ways you can have a safe, legal, abortion in California, Illinois, Maine, New Mexico & Colorado. Different options might be better for different people, depending on a lot of factors. All abortion options are safe with varying degrees of effectiveness, depending on the stage of the pregnancy. They all come with different risks and benefits. Our option is listed first, but please familiarize yourself ...

What are my options for having an abortion?2022-09-08T00:16:20+00:00

How Healthcare Technology is Changing Abortion Care for the Better

You have probably noticed that technology is an essential part of all healthcare today. At Choix, we believe that abortion care is part of healthcare, so it makes sense that healthcare technology can also help improve the quality of abortion care. Telehealth services like Choix increase access to abortion care, providing pregnant people with high-quality, safe, convenient, and supportive reproductive health care. To have a choice, you need to ...

How Healthcare Technology is Changing Abortion Care for the Better2022-09-08T00:25:42+00:00

How Are Birth Control and Emergency Contraception Different?

People often get confused about the difference between birth control and emergency contraception. We get it - they are both hormones taken in pill form to help prevent an unplanned pregnancy. Birth control is any method of contraception used to help prevent pregnancy – emergency contraception is not a form of regular birth control. Birth control pills are more effective at preventing an unplanned pregnancy than emergency contraception. Birth control ...

How Are Birth Control and Emergency Contraception Different?2022-09-07T23:37:07+00:00

Non-Hormonal Birth Control

A new on-demand, non-hormonal birth control option. Phexxi is a non-hormonal birth control that comes in the form of a vaginal gel. It is used right before penis-in-vagina sex, lasts for an hour, and is effective immediately. Phexxi is meant to be used “on demand” and only when you need it, but is not effective if used after sex. How does Phexxi prevent pregnancy? Phexxi is a new form of ...

Non-Hormonal Birth Control2022-09-07T22:50:45+00:00

Hormonal Birth Control Options – Pill(s), Patch and Ring(s)

For most women, these hormonal methods are all safe, effective, easy to use, and put you in control of your contraceptive care. While they are all used a little differently, the risks, benefits, and side effects are generally the same. These birth control methods are all called “combined hormonal contraceptives” (CHCs) because they have two hormones, estrogen and progestin. They are similar to the hormones your body already produces.  ...

Hormonal Birth Control Options – Pill(s), Patch and Ring(s)2022-09-08T23:33:53+00:00
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