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Frequently Asked Questions

How safe is abortion?

Very safe. Our doctors are gynecologists who have years of experience specializing in abortion care. It's unusual to have even minor problems.

How do I know whether to choose a surgical abortion or abortion by pill?

The Medical abortion must be done very early in the pregnancy, 20 weeks from the first day of your last period. It is more involved than a surgical procedure and may require more than one follow-up visit. Some women like the idea of using medicine rather than instruments for the abortion.

Will I be able to get pregnant again after having an abortion?

Generally, abortion does not affect your fertility. You should consider the day of the abortion the same as the first day of a period with ovulation in about 14 days. You could become pregnant again right away.

How private and confidential is my visit?

Your appointment and all information about your health history and visit are protected and completely confidential. We will not confirm your appointment. We will not release any information concerning you or your appointment without your written permission.

When should you see a doctor?

If you think you might be pregnant, see a doctor as soon as possible. If you are pregnant, this is an important time to learn as much as you can about your options. If you are thinking about having an abortion, it's best not to wait. The earlier you are in your pregnancy, the more options you are likely to have. Also, the risk of problems will be lower.

Your doctor will ask about your medical history and will do a physical exam. You will have lab tests to make sure that you are pregnant. You may also have an ultrasound.

How will you know what decision is right for you?

Deciding to continue your pregnancy or end it is very personal. Counseling may help you to decide what is best for you. If you're comfortable, you can start by talking with your doctor. Family planning clinics also offer counseling to help you decide what is best for you. You may also want to talk with someone close to you who understands how pregnancy and raising a child would affect your life. Carefully think through your choices, which are to: Have a baby, and support and raise your child to adulthood. Have a baby, and place the baby for adoption. Have an abortion.

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When can I go back to work?

Most women return to their usual activities the next day. You will need to avoid strenuous activity and heavy lifting for 2 weeks.

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