Are you looking to find out more information on smoking marijuana after the abortion pill? At Avenue Women’s Center, we welcome every pregnancy-related question that comes to us. We’ll seek to tackle this question today and provide you with some information, as well as raise some further considerations along the way.
Avenue Women’s Center is a women’s limited medical clinic that provides services geared towards women facing unplanned pregnancy in the Chicagoland area. If you are considering using the abortion pill, perhaps one of our services applies to you. Contact us today for a private consultation at one of our five DuPage County locations in Elmhurst, Glen Ellyn / Lombard, Naperville, West Chicago, or Wood Dale, Illinois.
When looking into “smoking marijuana after the abortion pill,” there is a lack of official medical studies or research on the topic. So, what can we tell you in response to your question? Let’s begin with a brief explanation of how the abortion pill works and how it generally affects users.
A combination of two different drugs is used in a medication abortion (the abortion pill). Typically the first is Mifeprex (generic name: mifepristone), stops the pregnancy from growing. The second drug, Misoprostol, brings on contractions to expel the pregnancy from the uterus. Use of the abortion pill typically involves contractions and heavy bleeding.