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What is a medical abortion?
Official government figures show that each year around 180,000 abortions are carried out in England, with medical abortions the most common way of ending an unwanted pregnancy. Buy Abortion Pills London with express shipping.
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Medical abortion involves taking two types of tablet.
The first, mifepristone, stops the hormone that allows the pregnancy to continue working.
The second, misoprostol, is normally taken 24 to 48 hours later, and encourages the womb to contract to pass the pregnancy.
After four to six hours, the lining of the womb breaks down, causing bleeding and loss of the pregnancy.
The Department of Health said the change would come into force by the end of 2018.
It said it would work closely with doctors to develop clinical guidance for all professionals to follow when providing the abortion pill to patients.
Four in five terminations are early medical abortions, carried out before 10 weeks gestation, so the majority of women seeking abortions will now have the option for home-use.
They will still be free to choose to take the second abortion pill in a clinic if they wish.
Women wanting an early abortion will be given the usual checks under the Abortion Act – although this does not apply in Northern Ireland where the law is much stricter than the rest of the UK and terminations are all but outlawed.
Currently, women ending a pregnancy in its first 10 weeks must take two pills at a clinic, 24 to 48 hours apart.
This avoids the risk of women miscarrying while on the journey home.
The chief medical officer said the move would increase choice for women, and ensure they received “safe and dignified care”.
Professor Dame Sally Davies said: “Abortion can be a difficult experience so it is important that women feel safe and as comfortable as possible.”