Early Abortion Options

Abortion is a safe and legal way to end a pregnancy. There are two methods of abortion available to women in the first trimester of pregnancy. A medication abortion (also called medical abortion or abortion with pills) involves taking medicines to end a pregnancy. An aspiration abortion (also called surgical or suction abortion) is a procedure that uses medical instruments in the vagina and uterus to remove the pregnancy. The information below compares the two methods.WhenWomenHaveAbortions-Graph-e1414440291371

How far along in the pregnancy can I be?

Medication Abortion: Up to ten weeks from the first day of your last period.

Aspiration Abortion: Up to 12 weeks from the first day of your last period.

What will happen?

Medication Abortion: Generally, the abortion pill is taken in person at the clinic or at a doctor’s office. Most women feel fine after taking mifepristone, though some experience nausea. At home, 6 to 72 hours later, a second pill, misoprostol, is taken bucally (placed in your cheek to dissolve) or vaginally, as instructed by your healthcare provider. The abortion starts one to four hours after taking the misoprostol. Heavy bleeding and cramps last for a couple of hours. You will have a follow-up appointment about a week later to be sure the abortion is complete. Aspiration Abortion: The abortion takes place in the clinic or office. The actual abortion procedure takes five to 10 minutes. A physician uses medical instruments in your vagina and uterus to remove the pregnancy. A return visit is required only if you experience problems, or if you would like to see a healthcare provider.

How painful is it?

Medication Abortion and Aspiration Abortion: Expect mild to very strong cramps on and off during the abortion, which may be managed (or helped) with pain medication.

How much will I bleed?

Medication Abortion: Heavy bleeding with clots is common when you are passing the pregnancy. After that, lighter bleeding may continue off and on for one to two weeks or more.

Aspiration Abortion: Light bleeding generally lasts for one to seven days. Bleeding may continue off and on for a few weeks.

Can the abortion fail?

Medication Abortion: The pills work 98 to 99 percent of the time. If the pills fail, you will need to have an aspiration abortion.

Aspiration Abortion: It works 99 percent of the time. If it fails, you will need to have a repeat aspiration abortion.

Can I have children afterwards?

Yes. Neither type of abortion reduces your chances of getting or staying pregnant in the future.

Is it safe?

Medication Abortion: Both pills have been used safely since the late 1980s in Europe and since 2000 in the U.S. Major Problems are rare. Medication abortion carries at least 10 times less risk of health complications than continuing a pregnancy.

Aspiration Abortion: Aspiration abortion is a safe and common procedure that has been done for more than 40 years. Abortion in the first eight weeks is the safest, and problems with any first trimester abortions are rare. Surgical abortion carries at least 10 times less risk of health complications than continuing a pregnancy.

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Pregnancy: Unplanned Pregnancy – About Abortion

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For scores of reasons, teens might have hit or miss maternity. betting on a young woman’s beliefs and resources, she might value more highly to carry the maternity to term and keep her baby, place her baby up for adoption, or have associate abortion (before twenty weeks). Terminating a maternity is usually associate emotional and complicated call for a woman at any age. If a miss has random pregnancy within the United States of America (or several alternative countries) she contains a right to make your mind up to possess a secure termination of the pregnancy, an abortion. Since 1973 abortion has been Associate in nursing choice within the United States of America for ladies of all ages. However, if she is underneath eighteen, reckoning on the laws in her state, she may have to get one or each of her parents’ or legal guardian’s permission. In some states she is also exempt, if she was the victim of statutory offense. For additional data regarding completely different state laws relating to abortion, see the planned adulthood web site.

There are different reasons why someone might think about having an abortion:

  • The pregnancy wasn’t planned
  • The pregnancy is harmful to the mother’s health
  • The pregnancy is the result of rape
  • The fetus may have a birth defect

What are the options for a woman who has an unwanted or unplanned pregnancy?

There are many things to think about before having an abortion. If a young woman decides that an abortion is the right decision for her, the next things she’ll need to think about are her options; whether she wants to have a:

  • Medical abortion (take the “abortion pill”)
  • Surgical abortion (a procedure)

What is a medical abortion?

A medical abortion involves taking a prescription medicine called “Mifepristone” which is also called the “abortion pill”. The pill is used to end an early pregnancy. It works by blocking progesterone, the hormone that builds up the lining of a women’s uterus (womb) during pregnancy. Without progesterone, the lining of the uterus is unable to hold a pregnancy. As the lining of the uterus breaks down, bleeding occurs. The abortion pill can only be used up to 49 days after the first day of the last period (or 9 weeks). It’s about 97% effective.

Other facts about taking the abortion pill:

  • The first pill is usually taken in a doctor’s office or a clinic – (this is when the termination begins)
  • The second pill should be taken at home – you’ll need to make plans to have someone stay with you. The medicine in this pill is called misoprostol, and it will cause heavy bleeding and cramps which usually lasts a few hours.
  • Bleeding can be light-heavy with or without clots and it can feel like a regular period or a miscarriage
  • It is also common to feel dizzy, nauseous (sick to your stomach), and/or have loose stools

Is the medical abortion safe?

A medical abortion is considered safe; however, when taking any medication there’s always the possibility of having a reaction. In just a small percent of the time, the abortion pill is not effective. If it doesn’t work, the pregnancy will need to be terminated by a surgical abortion. Rarely, someone may have: an allergic reaction to the pills, heavy bleeding, or infection. It’s also possible but rare to have an incomplete abortion (this is when some of the pregnancy is left behind in the womb) or an undetected pregnancy outside of the womb (ectopic pregnancy). Very rarely, a complication can be fatal.

A medical abortion is a termination method that is a safe option for some women but not for others. Talk with your health care provider to see what method is best for you.

What is a surgical abortion?

A surgical abortion is a procedure that terminates a pregnancy, which is typically performed up to 16 weeks after the pregnant woman’s last period. A doctor or advanced practice nurse usually performs the procedure in an out-patient office or clinic, or hospital.

Where can I get an abortion?

Once your pregnancy is confirmed by a home pregnancy test and an exam by a health care provider, and you have decided that an abortion is the right choice for you, ask for the name of Ru486 Ishere where abortions are an option. If for some reason you are uncomfortable doing this, or your provider is unable to help, go online to the ru486ishere website to access local services. Check on your state’s rules about consent and parental involvement or ask your local Planned Parenthood. Three visits with a clinic or doctor may be required: the first to confirm the pregnancy and discuss options in detail; the second to perform the actual procedure, and the third for medical follow-up.

How much does an abortion cost?

The price of an abortion can vary among clinics and hospitals. It’s possible that the procedure may be covered by your health insurance.

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Thinking about getting a Medical Abortion

Ru486ishere-Medical-Abortion-servicesThis infographic titled “Thinking about getting a Medical Abortion” created from Ru486 Ishere Medical Services . At ru486 Ishere all physicians are board-certified in gynecology and on the staff of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center located in Los Angeles, California. The office has provided surgical abortions since 1989. Medical abortions were introduced into the practice in1989 as an alternative to surgical abortions. On hand to assist our physicians is a caring, professional trained staff who are committed to patient comfort and patient confidentiality. We believe it is our goal to help you be as comfortable as possible during office visits. We will make every attempt to be respectful, kind and understanding of your needs.

Thinking about getting a Medical Abortion ?

inside_1359627254_640x640There are different aspects to consider when you are thinking about getting a medical abortion. Many people are uncomfortable discussing their medical conditions with people that they do not know well, and we completely understand that.

Our low cost, open to the public clinic, offers all women what they need: Privacy, and the confidence that there is absolutely no way that anyone will find out any personal information or why there is even a need to be there.

This is what all patients want, simple privacy, and comfort. This is a hard decision to make, and one should be comfortable making that choice.   Choosing a clinic can be almost as hard as the decision to terminate a pregnancy.

A good clinic will be able to assess the needs that you would like to be addressed immediately. By checking in on you frequently, and providing the counseling that will be needed both before and after.

Because it is such an important decision, talking to someone who is knowledgeable can and will help you. There are many skilled people at our clinic that can walk you through these emotional moments. We also offer low cost services, and if you qualify, even free services. We know that sometimes women are unable to afford to pay to terminate a pregnancy, or even basic women’s services, and we will check to see if you qualify.

Because we are able to offer many of these services free of charge, it makes it even better for you. Money is an issue for so many families and individuals these days, and we are glad to be able to help.

We will be here for you. We also offer a private entrance and weekend hours, because not everyone can come during the week, and we know that. That is what makes us an obvious choice to be your clinic for all your womanly needs. Our staff has been highly trained, and we know what you are going through, as we’ve dealt with all types of women in many different situations. How To Get Pregnant Pregnancy After An Abortion 3There are many different things to consider when choosing your clinic. First off, do you have a choice between a male and a female doctor? Many women are uncomfortable with having a male doctor adhere to their needs, and that is why we have on staff either gender for you to choose from. The choice should be yours, and we believe in that.

What makes us different is we listen to you. You are not just another number to us. We understand that since this is such a sensitive subject, you really just want someone to listen to you and pay attention to what you are going through, and we do just that.

Our clients respect the fact that we understand this is a difficult time, for you and everyone else involved. Again, that is why our staff is specially trained to help you through this, whatever you may decide.