How Much Does An Abortion Cost?
The specific cost of an abortion depends on the type of procedure (medical or surgical) and the size of the baby, which are based on gestational age. The price rises as pregnancy progresses. Price also varies by provider and is dependent on health insurance; clinics and private practice abortionists typically offer lower costs than hospitals.
When can I get an abortion? Am I too far along to take the pill?
In Connecticut, an abortion may be performed at 20 or more weeks postfertilization (22 weeks after the last menstrual period) only in cases of life or severely compromised physical health.
If you don’t know how far along you are, Pathways Pregnancy offers a free limited ultrasound with proof of a positive pregnancy. Call to ask about getting an appointment scheduled or come in for your initial visit and free pregnancy test.
Why do I need a sonogram before an abortion?
Receiving a limited ultrasound before you get an abortion is an important medical step and one of the most accurate ways to get essential information about your pregnancy. A limited ultrasound from Pathways determines if there’s fetal cardiac activity (a heartbeat), how far along you are, and the location of your pregnancy.
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Questions & Answers
You will meet with our professionals to go over your information and a lab-quality pregnancy test will be administered. With a positive pregnancy test result, we offer referrals for ultrasound to confirm a living, intrauterine pregnancy.
All our services are provided free of charge.
Absolutely, you can bring your boyfriend, family member or friend. We will talk with you privately first. Then provided you have given us consent to have them in the room, your guest will be able to join you.
We adhere to a strict privacy and confidentiality policy. Clients will be protected from disclosure of information that violates their right to privacy except where required by law, required for public health reasons, required to avert a threat of harm to the client or a third person, or when other circumstances may reasonably warrant such use or disclosure without prior authorization (e.g., abuse reporting, suicide/homicide prevention, etc.)