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Initial reports from the ongoing narrative collection Care Post Roe documenting poor-quality care, patient perspectives on telehealth medication abortion, adolescent preferences and experiences with pregnancy options counseling, and more.
A sample protocol for medication abortion with misoprostol alone, support for EC educational material, people’s experiences with travel for abortions later in pregnancy.
Dispelling misinformation about EC with your patients.
#IUD on TikTok, factors associated with pain during medication abortion, continuation rates of IUDs placed as EC at one year, and racial differences in birth control method provision for adolescents.
Trends in bHCG levels after medication abortion, a novel implant removal device, trends in IUD self-removal during the COVID-19 pandemic, and support for the patient-centeredness of telehealth birth control and abortion care.
What providers need to know about how to screen, what to look for, and what to do next.
What you need to know about pharmacist prescribing and how it can increase access to birth control.
A systemic review of “no-test” medication abortion, using an allis clamp during IUD placement, a trial of gabapentin for pain management during second-trimester abortions, and at-home urine pregnancy testing for follow-up of immediate management of an undesired pregnancy of unknown location.
How a new narrative can help create reproductive well-being for all.
When providers need to recommend a backup method after starting a new method, and when you don’t.
Perceived pain and sedation dosing during abortion procedures by demographics, PAPP-A as a novel screening for gestational age before medication abortion, patient experiences with progestin-only pills and attitudes towards OTC access.
As part of Abortion Provider Appreciation Day on March 10th, Power to Decide, the team behind AbortionFinder.org and Bedsider.org, is giving away 20 pairs of fancy scrubs. This giveaway has now ended.
New maps on AbortionFinder.org show the number of in-person providers offering abortion and the latest gestational age that abortion has been available by state from the end of April 2022 to today—a powerful overview of the new and harmful chapter for abortion access.
Abortion Finder remains the most comprehensive directory of trusted and verified abortion service providers in the United States and we are committed to keeping this resource up to date. Find out what you can do to support our efforts, whether you are providing abortion care or not.
Pain management for medication abortion, support for eight years of use for a LNG 52mg IUD (Mirena and Liletta), IUD placement within 48 hours after medication abortion, and more.
The most common questions your patients are searching for on Bedsider.
Support for safety and efficacy of self-managed misoprostol-only medication abortion, medication abortion information on TikTok, and the impact of the shot and IUDs on vaginal flora.
How primary care providers can support increased abortion access for all.
Health care provider misconceptions about birth control as an abortifacient, a comprehension study of an over-the-counter combination birth control pill label, an updated Consensus from ACOG on menstrual suppression, and the effect of state-level abortion restrictions on early pregnancy loss management.
Ketamine versus fentanyl for pain management during abortion procedures, three studies supporting telehealth, evidence that people can correctly and consistently use progestin-only pills, and more.