How much does an abortion cost?
Finances are a huge determination when it comes to our everyday decisions. Throw in a pandemic and loss of jobs, and unexpected pregnancy — it’s a huge determining factor. First of all, you’re not alone. We help women like you every day find the information they need. So, if you’ve been trying to find how much an abortion costs, you’ve come to the right place. Here are a few things to remember when making a decision. First, there are different types of abortion Second, depending on where you are in your pregnancy will determine the type of abortion you need. Third, the price is determined by how far along you are in the pregnancy. Fourth, it is imperative you find out if you’re actually pregnant with an ultrasound before you schedule an abortion procedure.
First trimester abortions:
Medical abortion, 10 — 70 days, varies in cost, but a woman can expect to pay between $695 – $770.
Vacuum aspiration, up to 20 weeks, varies between $600-$1,000. Keep in mind, the further along you are in your pregnancy, the more the procedure will cost.
Second trimester abortions:
Dilation and evacuation, up to 20 weeks, prices vary, but a woman can expect to pay between $595- $2,810. The broad gap is due to how far along you are and who performs the operation.
Labor induction abortion costs between $595- $2,810.
Some health insurances cover abortion; others cover some of the expense. It depends on your insurance and policy. What if you don’t have insurance? Great question, keep reading!
Where should you go? And what should be your next best step?
Why not let us help you? At Pregnancy Help INC, we offer a nonjudgmental environment. On top of that, all of our services are completely free and confidential.
You don’t need insurance! There are no hidden fees or co-pays.
We are aware of how overwhelming and challenging an unplanned pregnancy can feel, and our patient advocates can help you think through your decision and offer support along the way.
You can get a 99% accurate pregnancy test and a sonogram to make certain you’re pregnant at your appointment. The sonogram will rule out a miscarriage, which is common in early pregnancy.
So why wait? Why not make an appointment today?
Any abortion that takes place over 24 weeks is considered “late-term abortions.”