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Non-Pregnant Women Are Reportedly Stockpiling Abortion Pills

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A study published in JAMA Internal Medicine reveals that non-pregnant women are stockpiling abortion pills through a practice called “advance provision.”

Requests for these pills surged after significant events, such as the Supreme Court’s draft decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and conflicting rulings about the FDA’s approval of mifepristone.

The research, based on data from Aid Access, a nonprofit providing abortion pills, shows a substantial increase in daily requests during these periods.

Most women cited concerns about personal health, choice, and preparing for potential abortion restrictions as reasons for stockpiling.

The study also highlights demographic disparities between those seeking advance provision and those obtaining abortions, possibly influenced by cost and access.

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