Plan C refers to medication abortion — aka abortion with pills. You might be familiar with Plan B — the emergency contraceptive pill. No doubt, both plan B and plan C have something to do with pregnancy prevention/termination. However, the two differ entirely. Before discussing other essential details about plan C, let’s dive further into the differences between plan B and plan C.

Comparison of Plan C Vs. Plan B

ParametersPlan CPlan B
  UsesMedical experts use it to induce abortion after conception.It is a one-step emergency contraception to prevent conception from happening.
CompositionThe process comprises taking one mifepristone and four misoprostol pills.It is the brand name for levonorgestrel.
  Timing and routeYou swallow the first Mifepristone pill with a glass of water. About 24 to 48 hours later, you place the four misoprostol pills under your tongue, cheek, or vagina.This is a morning sex after pill to be swallowed as soon as possible after unprotected sex. It works best when taken within 72 hours of unprotected intercourse.
Mode of ActionMifepristone blocks the pregnancy hormone called progesterone. Misoprostol allows the pregnancy contents to expel from your uterus.The One Step Pill works by halting or delaying ovulation — i.e., interrupting the ovary from releasing an egg.
EffectsThe two medications in Plan C induce abortion when pregnancy has already occurred.It cannot induce abortion once conception has taken place but prevents pregnancy from happening in the first place.
Prescription Required or NotPlan C entails a prescription that you can easily obtain online from one of the doctors at It is available as an online prescription in states where abortion via Telehealth is legal.It’s available as an over-the-counter pill. No prescription is required.

How Does Plan C Work in My State?

If you’re seeking abortion via Telehealth and your state has fewer to no bans on abortion, you may easily access Plan C from our website, We act as a medium between your virtual provider and local pharmacy, making abortion pills more accessible.

States, where you can obtain prescription abortion pills via Telehealth, include:

  • Alaska*
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Dist. of Columbia
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Maine
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • Ohio
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Wyoming

* It is uncertain how accessible telehealth services are to residents of Alaska.

While using, you’ll first schedule your virtual doctor’s appointment (aka telehealth) and discuss your abortion concerns. Your telehealth appointment will be compliant with the HIPAA regulations just like your visit to a doctor in person.

After discussing all details and confirming your stage of pregnancy, our doctor will send your prescription to your preferred local pharmacy, and you can grab it on the same day. In other words, you don’t have to go through the hassle of waiting for your prescription to arrive as opposed to if you choose an alternative route.

After receiving your Plan C pills, you must take them as prescribed. Click here to read about the process of taking the abortion pills and what to expect.

Moreover, we work throughout the country. It doesn’t matter in which state you’re currently residing or planning to travel for an abortion. As long as the state laws do not enforce any abortion restrictions, we’ve got your back! We also provide you with the necessary information to ease the process. Check here for abortion laws state by state.

How Much Does Plan C Cost?

The cost of Plan C will vary depending on your:

  • Location
  • Stage of pregnancy
  • Your insurance provider
  • The type of medical facility or medical provider you use

It’s best to check with your insurance company to determine your medical abortion’s cost and what will be covered by your insurance plan. Click here to learn more about the factors that impact abortion rates.  

What Stands Out About’s Approach to Plan C via Telehealth?

Here’s why we have a competitive advantage:

  • We offer same-day prescriptions from trusted pharmacies like Walmart, Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS, and the list goes on.
  • When using, you can go to the pharmacy and grab the medications the same day your provider prescribes them. Unlike other companies, you don’t have to wait for the estimated shipping date.
  • With our company, you’ll have faster access to the prescribed abortion medications.
  • Our pricing of $249 is more affordable than using online pharmacies.
  • While using our services, you get only original Mifepristone and Misoprostol pills from a trusted pharmacy of your choice.
  • We’re always available to deliver the correct information, allowing you to make an informed but accurate decision.


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19 States Ban Or Restrict the Use of Telehealth for Medication Abortion. Retrieved from on Jan 30, 2023.

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