Below are frequently asked questions (FAQs) to help in your decision-making whether or not to get the abortion pill at our Boston clinic.

No question is a bad question. We welcome all questions — and will do our best to answer all general questions about our clinic, and the services we offer.


Abortion Pill Boston faqs, known as frequently asked questions about abortion, abortion pill and clinic in MA.
How much does the abortion pill cost?

Please call us for our abortion pill cost. Be sure to ask about financial assistance if you don’t think you can afford to get the abortion pill.

Is parental consent needed?

If you are under 18 years of age, parental consent is necessary. Massachusetts law requires the consent of one parent or legal guardian for all never-married legal minors before obtaining abortion

Do you offer free urine pregnancy testing?

Yes. We offer free urine pregnancy testing to determine if you are pregnant or not.

Is a urine pregnancy test always reliable?

Most of the time. It depends on the stage of pregnancy and urine sample. However, an ultrasound test is always precise (as early as 2 weeks pregnant).

Does Abortion Pill Boston clinic offer the Morning After Pill?

Yes. The morning after pill, also known as emergency contraceptive must be taken within 72 hours after unprotected intercourse.

Morning-after pills can help prevent pregnancy if you’ve had unprotected sex — either because you didn’t use birth control, you missed a birth control pill, you were sexually assaulted or your method of birth control failed. Morning-after pills do not end a pregnancy that has implanted.

How do I know if this abortion clinic is real?

Abortion Pill Boston is proud to be members of National Abortion Federation (NAF).

NAF provides clinical standards and guidelines that can be used at any abortion-providing facility.

NAF Members receive Quality Assurance and Improvement (QAI) site visits from trained NAF quality assurance clinicians to assist providers in adhering to the standards set forth in NAF’s Clinical Policy Guidelines for Abortion Care.