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Abortion Care Services
About the Abortion Pill

The Abortion Pill (also called Mifeprex, Mifepristone, or RU-486) provides women with a medical alternative to surgical abortion.

  • Mifepristone, in conjunction with misoprostol (also called Cytotec) was approved for use as an abortifacient by the South Africa Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on September 28, 2000.
  • This antiprogesterone drug blocks receptors of progesterone, a key hormone in the establishment and maintenance of human pregnancy.
  • Mifepristone induces spontaneous abortion when administered in early pregnancy and followed by a dose of misoprostol, a prostaglandin.


How the Abortion Pill Works

The Abortion Pill procedure involves the oral ingestion of mifepristone after ultrasound verification of a pregnancy ten weeks gestation or less. 24 to 36 hours later, misoprostol is inserted into the cheeks, held in place for 30 minutes, and then swallowed with water. In most cases, a miscarriage occurs within 24 hours.

If bleeding does not occur after 24 hours, the misoprostol insertion is repeated. Usually bleeding is like a spontaneous miscarriage and bleeding or spotting may occur for up to two weeks or longer. An ultrasound will be used to verify the successful termination of the pregnancy.

Results and Side Effects

If the abortion does not occur with medication alone, a surgical abortion must be performed. This situation rarely occurs. The primary advantage of the abortion pill lies in the ability to end the pregnancy in the privacy of the patient's own home. Furthermore, the theoretical potential for surgical complications is lessened.

Side effects of mifepristone and misoprostol can include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, heavy vaginal bleeding, headache, dizziness, backache and fatigue. Occasionally, the cramping may become quite severe, particularly when the tissue is being expelled.

The abortion pill is limited to patients ten weeks pregnant or less, as verified by ultrasound. No sexual intercourse is allowed for two weeks after your abortion. The patient must agree to undergo a surgical abortion if the abortion is not completed with the pill alone.
Safety of the Abortion Pill

Mifepristone is as safe as a surgical abortion. The medication abortion is a completely noninvasive procedure and does not require anesthesia. However, as in surgical abortion, risks of hemorrhage do exist. In rare cases, the incomplete passage of tissue requires a surgical evacuation.

Serious infection can occur in about 1 per 1,000 women and death from infection occurs in less than 1 per 100,000 women. Therefore, if you develop a flu-like condition including sluggishness, weakness or muscle aches with or without fever, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea more than 24 hours after taking misoprostol (Cytotec), it is essential that you call us immediately.

As a means of helping to prevent the already low chance of infection, we will provide you with antibiotics. Please tell us if you have any drug allergies or have had any abnormal reactions to any medications. You can help prevent infection by taking your antibiotics as directed and by avoiding tampon use, sexual activity, douching, or placing anything in the vagina for at least two weeks after the abortion pill process. Please contact us immediately if you have any signs of an allergic reaction or have other abnormal reactions to your medications during the abortion pill procedure.

Efficacy & Acceptability

Approximately 1.75 million women in the U.S. and millions more worldwide have chosen the Abortion Pill. It is effective approximately 92-95% of the time. This means, for every 100 woman who use the abortion pill between 5 and 8 women will need a surgical procedure to terminate the pregnancy or to stop heavy bleeding.

Misoprostol (or Cytotec) is a prostaglandin drug. It had previously received FDA approval for use in the prevention of ulcers in high-risk patients taking non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs.

About Your First Visit

Plan to spend 1 to 2 hours with us in the clinic.

When you arrive at the clinic, you will be asked to complete personal demographic and health information and consent forms. A lab technician will draw a sample of your blood to determine your Rh factor and iron level. Your vital signs will be taken. The clinician (a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner) will review your medical history and perform a physical examination and transvaginal ultrasound. An admissions staff member will explain the procedure to you and assist you in completing additional paperwork.

Taking the First Pill (Mifepristone)

You will take the first pill, mifepristone, in the clinic. We will give you the misoprostol, antibiotics and a prescription for pain medication to take home. Though most women have no side effects after taking mifepristone, some possible side effects are nausea, headache, bleeding and cramping. Some women even pass the pregnancy with mifepristone alone, though this is rare.

Day 2: Take Misoprostol at Home

We will give you a time frame in which to take the misoprostol. The exact time is your choice, depending on work, school, childcare or other responsibilities. Plan to be at home for at least 12 hours after taking misoprostol. Expect to have bleeding, blood clots and cramping. Some other possible side effects of misoprostol are nausea, diarrhea and an elevated temperature. We will give you pain medication to help you through this time. You are free to go to work or school the day after you take misoprostol. You will also be given an instruction sheet with our 24-hour emergency number. Call with any questions or to discuss problems that occur after your visit.

Your Follow-Up Appointment

You will have your vital signs taken, a transvaginal ultrasound, and a physical exam and/or blood testing (if necessary). If you would like to start a birth control method, we can provide you with one at this time, if you are medically eligible.

About First Trimester Abortion (Surgical)

A first trimester abortion, or a D&C, is performed up to 14 weeks of pregnancy, and is a vacuum aspiration procedure. You can choose to be awake or asleep for surgery, which lasts approximately 3-5 minutes.

The fee for this procedure includes pregnancy testing, admitting, pre-operative history and physical, ultrasound, lab work, surgery, RhoGAM or MicRhoGAM (if required), medications given on the day of surgery, post-operative medications and your post-operative care as authorized by us.

Before You Arrive

Do not eat, drink or smoke after midnight on the day of your surgery. This includes gum, candy, water, etc.

If You Take Medications

  • Plan to spend 3 to 5 hours under our care at the clinic. Make sure that you have a prearranged for a ride to and from the clinic.
  • Do not wear any jewelry, including earrings, bracelets, rings, etc. All body piercing jewelry must be removed. If you are going to be asleep for surgery, you may not have any piercings in the nose or mouth.
  • Do not bring any valuables or a large amount of cash.
  • Please do not bring children to the clinic.


About Your Visit with Us

When you arrive at the clinic, you will be asked to complete personal demographic and health information and consent forms. An admissions staff member will explain the procedure to you and assist you in completing additional paperwork. A lab technician will draw a sample of your blood to determine your Rh factor and iron level. The admissions staff member will escort you to your locker where you will change into a gown that we provide. Your vital signs will be taken.

Pre-Surgery

The clinician (a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner) will review your medical history and perform a physical examination. If you have chosen to stay awake for surgery (local anesthesia), the clinician will numb the cervical area with injections of a local anesthetic. A medical assistant will escort you to the surgical suite. If you have chosen to be asleep for surgery (general anesthesia), you will go to the surgical suite and have an IV placed in order to administer the anesthesia.

Surgery

You will be in the surgical suite about 10-15 minutes. A licensed CRNA (certified registered nurse anesthetist) will administer anesthesia and a licensed medical doctor who is board certified in OB/GYN will perform the abortion by gently removing the contents of the uterus by vacuum aspiration.

Patients who are asleep for surgery are completely asleep. They feel no pain or discomfort. Patients who are awake for surgery should expect to feel cramping and discomfort for 3-5 minutes during surgery.

Recovery

After surgery, you will be taken to the recovery room where trained medical personnel, including nurses and medical assistants will care for you until you are ready to be discharged. Recovery room time is approximately one hour for most patients.

Discharge

After you leave the recovery room, we will offer you a light snack. Our staff will explain your post-operative care. Before you are discharged to your driver, you will receive your medications to take home.

You will also be given an instruction sheet with our 24-hour emergency number. Call with any questions or to discuss any problems that occur after your visit.

After Your Visit

You should rest for the remainder of the day after your surgery. You are able to go to work or school the day after surgery, unless the doctor has told you otherwise.
About Second Trimester Abortion (Surgical)

Second trimester abortions are performed between 14 to 23.5 weeks of pregnancy and require 2 consecutive clinic visits. We use the dilation and evacuation procedure, also known as a D&E. Cervical dilators, called Laminaria or Dilapan, are inserted into the cervix to gradually dilate it overnight before a doctor performs the surgery. Sometimes, we can give a medication before the surgery instead of placing dilators in the cervix the day before.

The fee includes pregnancy testing, admitting, pre-operative history and physical, ultrasound, lab work, dilator insertion, pre-operative medications, surgery, RhoGAM (if required), medications given on the day of surgery, post-operative medications and your post-operative care as authorized by us.

Getting here and home safely.

You may drive yourself to and from the clinic on the day before your surgery. On the day of surgery, you must have a prearranged ride so someone else can drive you home.

Visit One: the Day Before Surgery

When you arrive for your appointment, you will be asked to complete personal demographic and health information and consent forms. An ultrasound will be performed to determine the length of gestation, if one has not been recently done at another FPA facility. You will meet with an admissions staff member to discuss your procedure, medical history, and both pre-operative and post-operative instructions. The admissions staff member will assist you with any additional paperwork. The laboratory technician will draw a sample of blood to determine your iron level and Rh factor. After you have changed into a gown provided by the clinic, your vital signs will be taken.

You will be escorted to the treatment room where the clinician, a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner, will perform a history and physical and will insert cervical dilators. This procedure takes approximately 5-15 minutes. Most patients experience cramping and discomfort during the insertion. We will provide you with pain medication. After the insertion, the vaginal canal will be packed with sterile gauze to keep cervical dilators in place and to prevent infection.

After your insertion, you will be escorted from the treatment room to the discharge area. The discharge medical staff will give you post-insertion instructions, medications, and an appointment time for your next day insertion or surgery.

The Day of Surgery
Before You Arrive

  • Do not eat, drink or smoke after midnight on the day of your surgery.
  • Nothing at all by mouth after midnight including gum, candy, water, etc.


If You Take Medications

  • Plan to spend 3 to 5 hours under our care at the clinic. Make sure that you have a prearranged for a ride to and from the clinic.
  • Do not wear any jewelry, including earrings, bracelets, rings, etc. All body piercing jewelry must be removed. If you are going to be asleep for surgery, you may not have any piercings in the nose or mouth.
  • Do not bring any valuables or a large amount of cash.
  • Please do not bring children to the clinic.


About Your Visit with Us

When you arrive at the clinic, you will be asked to complete personal demographic and health information and consent forms. An admissions staff member will explain the procedure to you and assist you in completing additional paperwork. A lab technician will draw a sample of your blood to determine your Rh factor and iron level. The admissions staff member will escort you to your locker where you will change into a gown that we provide. Your vital signs will be taken.

Pre-Surgery

The clinician (a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner) will review your medical history and perform a physical examination. If you have chosen to stay awake for surgery (local anesthesia), the clinician will numb the cervical area with injections of a local anesthetic. A medical assistant will escort you to the surgical suite. If you have chosen to be asleep for surgery (general anesthesia), you will go to the surgical suite and have an IV placed in order to administer the anesthesia.

Surgery

You will be in the surgical suite about 10-15 minutes. A licensed CRNA (certified registered nurse anesthetist) will administer anesthesia and a licensed medical doctor who is board certified in OB/GYN will perform the abortion by gently removing the contents of the uterus by vacuum aspiration.

Patients who are asleep for surgery are completely asleep. They feel no pain or discomfort. Patients who are awake for surgery should expect to feel cramping and discomfort for 3-5 minutes during surgery.

Recovery

After surgery, you will be taken to the recovery room where trained medical personnel, including nurses and medical assistants will care for you until you are ready to be discharged. Recovery room time is approximately one hour for most patients.

Discharge

After you leave the recovery room, we will offer you a light snack. Our staff will explain your post-operative care. Before you are discharged to your driver, you will receive your medications to take home.

You will also be given an instruction sheet with our 24-hour emergency number. Call with any questions or to discuss any problems that occur after your visit.

After Your Visit

You should rest for the remainder of the day after your surgery. You are able to go to work or school the day after surgery, unless the doctor has told you otherwise.

About Second Trimester Abortion (Surgical)

Second trimester abortions are performed between 14 to 23.5 weeks of pregnancy and require 2 consecutive clinic visits. We use the dilation and evacuation procedure, also known as a D&E. Cervical dilators, called Laminaria or Dilapan, are inserted into the cervix to gradually dilate it overnight before a doctor performs the surgery. Sometimes, we can give a medication before the surgery instead of placing dilators in the cervix the day before.

The fee includes pregnancy testing, admitting, pre-operative history and physical, ultrasound, lab work, dilator insertion, pre-operative medications, surgery, RhoGAM (if required), medications given on the day of surgery, post-operative medications and your post-operative care as authorized by us.

Getting here and home safely.

You may drive yourself to and from the clinic on the day before your surgery. On the day of surgery, you must have a prearranged ride so someone else can drive you home.

Visit One: the Day Before Surgery

When you arrive for your appointment, you will be asked to complete personal demographic and health information and consent forms. An ultrasound will be performed to determine the length of gestation, if one has not been recently done at another FPA facility. You will meet with an admissions staff member to discuss your procedure, medical history, and both pre-operative and post-operative instructions. The admissions staff member will assist you with any additional paperwork. The laboratory technician will draw a sample of blood to determine your iron level and Rh factor. After you have changed into a gown provided by the clinic, your vital signs will be taken.

You will be escorted to the treatment room where the clinician, a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner, will perform a history and physical and will insert cervical dilators. This procedure takes approximately 5-15 minutes. Most patients experience cramping and discomfort during the insertion. We will provide you with pain medication. After the insertion, the vaginal canal will be packed with sterile gauze to keep cervical dilators in place and to prevent infection.

After your insertion, you will be escorted from the treatment room to the discharge area. The discharge medical staff will give you post-insertion instructions, medications, and an appointment time for your next day insertion or surgery.

The Day of Surgery
Before You Arrive

  • Do not eat, drink or smoke after midnight on the day of your surgery.
  • Nothing at all by mouth after midnight including gum, candy, water, etc.


If You Take Medications

  • Plan to spend 3 to 5 hours under our care at the clinic. Make sure that you have a prearranged for a ride to and from the clinic.
  • Do not wear any jewelry, including earrings, bracelets, rings, etc. All body piercing jewelry must be removed. If you are going to be asleep for surgery, you may not have any piercings in the nose or mouth.
  • Do not bring any valuables or a large amount of cash.
  • Please do not bring children to the clinic.


About Your Visit with Us

When you arrive at the clinic, you will be asked to complete personal demographic and health information and consent forms. An admissions staff member will explain the procedure to you and assist you in completing additional paperwork. A lab technician will draw a sample of your blood to determine your Rh factor and iron level. The admissions staff member will escort you to your locker where you will change into a gown that we provide. Your vital signs will be taken.

Pre-Surgery

The clinician (a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner) will review your medical history and perform a physical examination. If you have chosen to stay awake for surgery (local anesthesia), the clinician will numb the cervical area with injections of a local anesthetic. A medical assistant will escort you to the surgical suite. If you have chosen to be asleep for surgery (general anesthesia), you will go to the surgical suite and have an IV placed in order to administer the anesthesia.

Surgery

You will be in the surgical suite about 10-15 minutes. A licensed CRNA (certified registered nurse anesthetist) will administer anesthesia and a licensed medical doctor who is board certified in OB/GYN will perform the abortion by gently removing the contents of the uterus by vacuum aspiration.

Patients who are asleep for surgery are completely asleep. They feel no pain or discomfort. Patients who are awake for surgery should expect to feel cramping and discomfort for 3-5 minutes during surgery.

Recovery

After surgery, you will be taken to the recovery room where trained medical personnel, including nurses and medical assistants will care for you until you are ready to be discharged. Recovery room time is approximately one hour for most patients.

Discharge

After you leave the recovery room, we will offer you a light snack. Our staff will explain your post-operative care. Before you are discharged to your driver, you will receive your medications to take home.

You will also be given an instruction sheet with our 24-hour emergency number. Call with any questions or to discuss any problems that occur after your visit.

After Your Visit

You should rest for the remainder of the day after your surgery. You are able to go to work or school the day after surgery, unless the doctor has told you otherwise.

The abortions work by causing contraction of the womb which causes the womb to expel the pregnancy resulting in mild cramps & vaginal blood loss that a normal part of menstruation

Visit our abortions clinic for a ultrasound to confirm if you are pregnant and, if so, the stage of the pregnancy. Our abortion pills guarantee, same day pregnancy termination

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