The Abortion Pill
If you’re considering the abortion pill, it’s important to know all the facts. What are the abortion pill risks? Are you really pregnant? If so, how far along are you? Your health and safety are our top priority. You owe it to yourself to make an informed decision. Schedule a free appointment or free telehealth visit today to learn about the effectiveness and risks of the Abortion Pill/Mifeprex/Mifepristone (RU486).
If you live near Manassas or Woodbridge, please call us for a no cost medical consultation before you take the abortion pill. If you’d like to learn more about the abortion pill, our caring, licensed medical professionals will help you understand all of your options, including types of abortion procedures and risks. We offer same day appointments.
Am I Pregnant?
A positive pregnancy test should never be the only factor in making an abortion decision. Learn more about first signs of pregnancy/pregnancy symptoms here . How do you know if you’re really pregnant? The only true confirmation of a pregnancy in with an ultrasound that is reviewed and signed by a physician. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists estimates that early pregnancy loss is common, occurring in about 10% of recognized pregnancies. Many losses occur before a woman’s pregnancy is confirmed by ultrasound. If a pregnancy is not viable, an abortion is not necessary.
We offer FDA-approved, laboratory-quality pregnancy tests. If your test is positive, you can be evaluated by a member of our medical staff to receive confirmation of pregnancy by limited obstetric ultrasound – all at no charge. The ultrasound is necessary to confirm an intrauterine pregnancy, fetal cardiac activity, and how far along you are.
What if I Have an Ectopic
An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg implants somewhere other than the uterus. Most often, it implants in the fallopian tube. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, ectopic pregnancies account for approximately 2% of all reported pregnancies. The abortion pill will not end an ectopic pregnancy.
What Type of Abortion Should I Get?
During your visit to First Care Women’s Health, you’ll learn how far along you are through an ultrasound that would determine the type of abortion that may be performed. A trained, licensed medical professional who puts you first will explain the associated risks for the various procedures.
Common Types of Abortion Include:
- Abortion Pill: Mifepristone (RU-486)and Misoprostol
- Suction /Aspiration Abortion
- Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) before viability
- Dilation and Evacuation after viability
How Much Does an Abortion Cost?
The cost of an abortion depends upon the type of abortion procedure you have, and the type of abortion procedure you have depends on how far along you are. Additional services such as IV sedation for a surgical abortion may be an additional cost. A limited obstetric ultrasound will determine how far along you are. You’ll also understand the various associated medical risks for the abortion procedure you are considering.
Schedule an appointment today to understand all of your options. Same-day appointments may be available.
Send a confidential message to a caring member of our team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Decided to Have an Abortion Already?
If you already decided to have an abortion, we are a safe place to talk. We will show you a list of important questions to ask at the abortion clinic prior to your abortion procedure. You have a major decision, and it’s important that you receive all the education possible so that you can make a fully informed decision. We have no financial gain from your decisions, which is why all of our services are free to you. We want you to know about the possible complications and risks of abortion, including the abortion pill.
We can help you understand your choices and explain your options. We offer accurate medical information about all pregnancy options, including abortion, but we do not offer or refer for abortion services.