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The type of procedure you have will depend on how far along the pregnancy has advanced and any preferences you may have. We will go over every step of your procedure in detail when you come for your appointment.
A missed period does not necessarily mean that you are pregnant, and having a period does not mean you are not pregnant. Only an exam, pregnancy test, or ultrasound by a physician can confirm pregnancy and approximate length of pregnancy.
To reduce the amount of time you spend at our office for abortion services be sure to download the pertinent PATIENT FORMS. Print, completely fill them out and bring the patient forms with you to your scheduled appointment.
Medical Abortion is a non-surgical abortion that is performed in the first 9 weeks of pregnancy.
A medical abortion is provided by administering Mifiprex orally in the clinic.
Mifiprex stops the growth of your pregnancy.
You are then given medication to use at home to complete the process.
You will be provided with detailed instructions on what to do and what to expect before and after your medical abortion.
This is a good option for those women who do not want to undergo surgery and who desire the privacy and comfort of their own homes.
Your well-being is important to us, you must return to the clinic for a checkup in about two weeks.
Additional information about Mifiprex: https://www.earlyoptionpill.com
Surgical Abortion is an outpatient procedure that terminates pregnancy into the second trimester of pregnancy.
Your surgical abortion may be a one-day or two-day procedure – depending on how far along you are.
You will have a short recovery time after the procedure in the clinic.
You will be given medications and detailed aftercare instructions.
This option requires you to have a driver present to ensure your safety.
This is a good option for those women who want to leave the clinic knowing the process is completed.
Your follow up visit is included in the cost of your procedure, or you may follow up with your own physician.
Surgical procedures only take a few short minutes to complete but can be uncomfortable. Though we do not give general anesthesia, we do give you IV medications before the procedure to help you relax and keep you comfortable.
Each patient is carefully evaluated to ensure they are a good candidate to receive the medications and will be carefully monitored during the procedure.
Following the procedure, patients are able to dress and walk to the recovery room where they will be monitored and can rest.
Patients receiving pre-op medications may not eat or drink for at least six hours before their appointment and are instructed not to drive when they are discharged from Recovery.