Discovering you're pregnant when you don’t want to be can be stressful and confusing. The choice to have an abortion is deeply personal, and one that only you can make.
If you are thinking about using Misoclear to have a medical abortion there are some things you’ll want to think about first.
Read through our checklist to help you decide if Misoclear is right for you.
If you've very recently had your period, there is no reason to think you're pregnant. However, if your period is late, you may want to consider taking a pregnancy test.
You can also use our pregnancy calculator to determine how many weeks pregnant you could be. Just enter the first day of your last period and it will work it out for you.
Medical abortion is suitable for women between 4 and 9 weeks pregnant, so if you have received a positive pregnancy test result it’s important to work out how far along in your pregnancy you are. Using our pregnancy calculator will help you work out how many weeks pregnant you are and if Misoclear is right for you.
If you want to terminate your pregnancy and you are under 9 weeks pregnant, you should be able to use Misoclear for medical abortion.
You should visit your doctor or midwife, or speak to a medical professional first. You can also contact us to talk through your options.
If you think you would like to continue with your pregnancy, visit your doctor to discuss your options. You will need to decide whether you want to want to keep the child or consider adoption or fostering.
If you have an IUD fitted you will need to have it removed before using medical abortion.
Misoclear may not be suitable for people who have certain medical conditions. You will need to consult with a medical professional if you have any of the following diseases:
If you’ve read through the information on this page, and you meet the requirements to use Misoclear, you should consult your doctor or contact us and we can talk you through your options.
If Misoclear is not suitable for you, surgical abortion may be an alternative option to consider. This type of treatment will depend on how many weeks pregnant you are and the laws in your country.