How to get the abortion pill online in the U.S.
We can help you get the abortion pill online regardless of where you live. Abortion pills are now accessible by mail to everyone in the U.S.
How to Order Abortion Pills Online
Aid Access can help you get an abortion pill kit by mail in all 50 U.S. states. Order abortion pills online for a safe medical abortion at home.
Abortion pill online orders:
- Abortion pill online orders cost $150 USD
- Reliable abortion pill shipping in 1-5 days
- Tracking numbers provided when the pills are mailed
- Help desk support available in 16 languages
How to order abortion pills by mail
You can get a prescription from Aid Access and have abortion pills delivered to your home. Order abortion pills by mail here. These are the steps to get abortion pills delivered to your home by mail:
Start your online consultation for abortion pills
Once you begin your online consultation for abortion pills, you will be asked some questions about your health and pregnancy to ensure you are eligible. All information you share with us is private and protected.
Our U.S. based doctors approve your online abortion pill order
Your consultation will immediately be reviewed by our medical team. Our help desk will email you the next steps, ask you to send a donation of $150 USD, and then approve your online abortion pill order within 24 hours.
Receive abortion pills by mail in 1-5 days
The abortion pills will be shipped by mail to your home within 24 hours of your your order being approved. You will receive a tracking number so you can follow your package as it moves through the mail.
Start now: Get the abortion pill online here
Abortion pill laws and online access around the world
The landscape of abortion laws and access to abortion services has undergone significant changes in recent years. In 2022, the US Supreme Court overturned the federal Constitutional right to abortion with the Dobbs decision, leading to the implementation of highly restrictive abortion laws in several states.
However, in sharp contrast to the backlash in the USA, other countries such as Ireland, Northern Ireland, New Zealand, South Korea, Colombia, and Mexico, have legalized abortion in the past several years, with the European Parliament even adopting a resolution to include the right to abortion in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Laws and regulations are constantly changing and up to date information can be found at the Guttmacher institute website.
The European Parliament adopted a resolution to include the right to abortion in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, with an overwhelming majority. France even approved a bill enshrining abortion rights in the constitution.
Telemedicine: Online abortion pills by mail
The development of medical abortion using two drugs, mifepristone and misoprostol, in pill form, has been a game changer for abortion access. This, coupled with the growing availability of the internet, has made medical abortion accessible from almost anywhere. Telemedical abortion services have become increasingly popular, even in countries where abortion is largely illegal, and have been shown to reduce maternal death rates from unsafe abortions by more than 95% between 1990 and 2014.
The World Health Organization now endorses telemedical abortion services and self-administration of mifepristone and misoprostol without direct supervision of a health-care provider up to 12 weeks pregnancy. Telemedical abortion services have become certified as approved abortion care in the UK, France, Canada, Ireland, and since December 2021, also in the USA. The availability of telemedical abortion in the USA has increased accessibility for low-income women, with the average cost dropping from over $500 to under $150. Low cost and no pills at no cost have been particularly beneficial for Black and Hispanic women, who make up the majority of US abortion patients and have an income below $25,000.
Abortion pill access research
Recently published research showed that also in US states where abortion was banned after the Supreme Court decision, more than 3 times more women requested telemedical abortion service from Aid Access.
However, telemedical abortion services do have their vulnerabilities. Research has shown that misleading Google search results and ads can lead to anti-abortion clinics instead of safe and reliable abortion services. Nonetheless, the overall trend towards more accessible and affordable medical abortion is positive, and advances in technology and policy are making safe and legal abortion a reality for more and more people around the world.
More ways to get abortion pill access
If Aid Access is not able to meet your reproductive health needs, there are multiple ways people get online abortion pill access by mail. To learn about other online telehealth services that are available to you, visit the Plan C Guide to Abortion Pills: How to Order an Abortion Pill Online
Where to buy abortion pills online anywhere in the U.S.
Infographic: How to get the abortion pill online in the U.S. from Aid Access.