Quoting angelica j:" Omg I just read that planned parenthood in wisconsin doesn't offer the pill anymore. Only the surgical. I guess I could always drive down to Illinois if need be"
I personally wouldn't recommend the pill. The surgical abortion wasn't at all bad for me.
I was sedated for it and woke up with period like cramping/bleeding. I went home an hour later and slept for a while. Went out to dinner with my family the same night. Refrained from heavy lifting or sex during the two weeks after while I took the antibiotics they gave me. I was fine and got my period about 6 - 7 weeks after.
The pill can leave products of conception behind resulting in the need for surgical intervention. That is why it requires at least two follow up visits after in most cases. The surgical usually only requires one about two weeks after. It can fail in some cases, because there was a girl at the clinic while I was having my surgical that had taken it and was still pregnant.
Also, Planned Parenthood said that while my insurance did cover both the pill and the surgical, the surgical is cheaper so it may be more likely to be covered.
You can take the pill until 9 weeks but most places wont do either the surgical or give the pill until they can see a fetus and a heartbeat so araround 5 or 6 weeks.
Best of luck.