Abortion is only permitted to save a woman's life and in the case of rape or incest.
Misoprostol is registered but not easily available.
Please go to www.womenonweb.org to obtain abortion pills.
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Abortion Laws and Policies
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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 not officially registered by the country’s pharmaceutical authority.
Misoprostol is not registered
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
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Other Databases and Sources
These are the sources and databases used to gather the information listed on this country profile.
Abortion law Sudan
Abortion is only permitted to save a woman's life or in the case of rape or…
Sudan clinics and associations
Sudan Family Planning Association (SFPA ) Khartoum Eltaief Block No 22 Bader…
Clinics and organisations South Sudan
Women's Clinics The Marie Stopes in Juba