Minaskhi lives in a remote area of Bangladesh with her husband and two-year-old child. She was not prepared for another child when she became pregnant again, so she sought her neighbor’s advice on how to terminate the pregnancy. The neighbor took Minaskhi to a traditional birth attendant who inserted an herbal tree root into her uterus; this caused immense pain with heavy bleeding and Minaskhi felt very ill. As her condition deteriorated, another friend advised her husband to take her to the local health center. When Minaskhi arrived at the health center, doctors treated her complications from the unsafe abortion she had endured. Luckily, Minaskhi’s life was saved thanks to timely and high-quality postabortion care services. But she wouldn’t have risked her life in the first place if she had known about the legal “menstrual regulation” services also available at her health center.