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Abortion Laws and Policies
Abortion is permitted on request up to 12 weeks. It is permitted up to 22 weeks for economic or social reasons, in case of fetal impairment or rape. Is is also permitted if the pregnancy endangers the woman or person’s health and for medical contraindications for pregnancy. For these cases no limitation regarding the lengths of pregnancy is mentioned in the legal text.
Minors under the age of 14 are required to obtain parental or adult consent for an abortion.
Abortion providers may be criminalized for an abortion outside of the legal conditions specified in the law.
Despite abortion being permitted, abortion pills are not registered and an abortion with pills might not be available.
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About Abortion Pills
An abortion with pills is a safe and effective way to end a pregnancy at home. There are two ways to have an abortion with pills:
- Have an abortion with a pill called Mifepristone and another pill called Misoprostol;
- Have an abortion with the pill Misoprostol only.
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Mifepristone is officially registered by the country’s pharmaceutical authority.
There is currently no data available on whether or not a prescription is needed to get Mifepristone.
There is no data on regulations around the distribution of Mifepristone available.
Misoprostol is registered
There is no data available on whether Misoprostol is registered for gynecological indications (such as birth, miscarriage treatment or abortion care etc. ), or if it is registered for other purposes only (such as arthritis or gastric ulcers etc. )..
There is currently no data available on whether or not a prescription is needed to get Misoprostol.
There is no data on regulations around the distribution of Misoprostol available.
These are brand names under which Mifepristone, Misoprostol or Combi Packs (that contain both abortion pills Mifepristone and Misoprostol) are officially distributed and/or commonly found in the country.
Mifepristone (China Resources Zizhu Pharmaceutical Co Ltd)
Misoprostol 200 mcg (China Resources Zizhu Pharmaceutical Co Ltd)
Cytotec 200 mcg
Medibort (МЕДИБОРТ): Mifepristone 200 mg tablet and Misoprostol 4 х 200 mcg (SR Pharmaceutical Inds. Pvt.)
There are pills that contain a combination of Misoprostol and the painkiller Diclofenac. While manufactured for a different purpose they can still be used for abortion. Specific instructions need to be followed to avoid overdosing the Diclofenac.
Local Organizations and Resources
No local organizations.
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Other Databases and Sources
These are the sources and databases used to gather the information listed on this country profile.
- 201.2.2022/WHO, Global Abortion Policies Database: https://abortion-policies.srhr.org/country/uzbekistan/
- 02.09.2022/Medical Abortion Commodities Database: https://www.medab.org/search-country-results?country=Uzbekistan
- 02.09.2022/Gynuity list of Mifepristone Approvals: https://gynuity.org/assets/resources/biblio_ref_lst_mife_en.pdf
- 08.09.2022/National Medicine Authority: https://ncdc.uz/
- 08.09.2022/National Medicine list: https://uzpharm-control.uz/en/pages/state-register-of-medicines-and-medical-products
- 201.2.2022/Reproductive Rights Map: https://reproductiverights.org/maps/worlds-abortion-laws/?country=UZB
Abortion law Uzbekistan
Abortion is legal on request during the first 12 weeks of the pregnancy.
Uzbekistan clinics and associations
Uzbek Association on Reproductive Health (UARH )