Support and emergencies

Throughout your treatment, we are here to support you.

       Serious complications from this treatment are very rare, and most side effects can be managed from home. 

For questions or concerns, contact us privately & securely on Spruce. Click HERE to connect with us.

  • Our Spruce support line is open 10am-8pm EST Monday through Friday
  • ~~If you reach us when we’re closed, we’ll get back to you the following day
  • For urgent medical questions, call us anytime at (405) 342-3654, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency department

Check out our Resources page for many support options, including talk/textlines for emotional support during/after an abortion and much more. 

Here we go over reasons to get medical attention. In the very rare event that you experience any of the following, please contact a provider immediately

Please contact a medical provider...

If you have any of the following at any time:

  • You completely soak through more than 2 maxi pads in one hour for more than 2 hours in a row
  • Belly pain or cramps that don’t get better with pain medicine or a heating pad
  • Belly pain that’s on one side of your belly
  • Dizziness or vomiting lasting more than 4 hours 
  • Weakness, nausea, or diarrhea lasting more than 24 hours 

If you have any of the following at least 24 hours after Step 2:

  • Cramping or bleeding is not getting better 
  • Belly pain on one side of your belly
  • You have not had bleeding as heavy as a period
  • You have a fever of 101 F or higher (fever is common during the first 24 hours) - always check your temperature with a thermometer
  • You start to feel very ill after the heavy cramping and bleeding is over


One week after taking the pills, if you have any of the following: 

  • Cramping or bleeding is not getting better 
  • You do not feel that you passed the pregnancy
  • Your pregnancy symptoms (like nausea and breast tenderness/soreness) are not going away
  • You have a fever of 101 F or higher (fever is common during the first 24 hours)