Prepare for your abortion appointment at abortion pill clinic in New Mexico.

Prepare for your abortion appointment

If you have decided to have an abortion, please know that you’re not alone and you’re in good hands at Women’s Reproductive Clinic of New Mexico (WRC). Here are tips how to prepare for your abortion appointment.

According to the Guttmacher Institute, 1 in 4 women will have an abortion before the age of 45. All of us at WRC are proud of you for making the best decision for you. Due to the shame and stigma surrounding abortion care, you might be a bit nervous about your decision and what to expect. Any emotions you’re feeling are normal and we’re here to help you through this.

Making An Appointment

Women’s Reproductive Clinic of New Mexico clinic is in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. Your abortion care costs will be discussed up front. We will greet you with love and kindness and provide you with the non-judgmental abortion care that you deserve.

Abortion Options

There are two common, very safe methods for terminating a pregnancy. The first option is abortion medication, also known as medical abortion or the abortion pill. The second is an in-clinic procedure. Each option is effective and comes with its own benefits. Learn more about these two options to make the decision that’s right for you and prepare any questions you may have for our trained providers and staff.

How To Prepare For Your Appointment

On the day of your scheduled appointment, please prepare to be in the clinic for 2-3 hours for a medication abortion.

Wear comfortable clothes, socks, and shoes.

Please remember to bring a photo ID, and form of payment. Your payment will be expected to be paid in full during your service.

We understand how important emotional support is to some, and our clinic staff will be there to help you every step of the way.

If you are currently breastfeeding, and plan on receiving a medication abortion, the effects of the pills on breastfed infants are still unknown, so please abstain for 26 days following your appointment.

After your abortion, you may experience cramping. Many people say it feels like menstrual cramps. Every person is different. We offer several options to help you feel comfortable and help manage any pain or anxiety you may feel during your appointment. Our supportive staff is available to address your worries and concerns. Plus, help you prepare for your abortion appointment.