Considering abortion... medical information.

abortion-information

In order to know what information fits your situation, it is best to:
    ● Confirm the pregnancy with a free pregnancy test.
    ● Verify viability (alive) and gestational age (how many weeks) with a limited ultrasound.
    ● Emotional concerns and post-abortion support.

Make an appointment: 919-781-5433 Also, See: “What to Expect

Abortion Procedures

Medical Abortion RU-486 (pill): (up to 10 weeks) The Mifeprex/Mifepristone combination is dispensed in two phases. Mifeprex is given first to cause the death of the baby.

Mifepristone is given 24-48 hours later to start the cramping/contractions which should expel the baby and empty the uterus. Follow-up care is necessary to ensure that the uterus is empty. An incomplete abortion presents serious risks of infection and bleeding.

If a woman changes her mind and acts promptly, it may be possible for a medication to be administered that might save her baby, reversing the effect of the abortion pill. See: www.abortionpillreversal.com or call: 877-558-0333

1st Trimester Surgical: (up to 13 weeks) Procedure varies slightly depending on how far into the 1st trimester. In general, the cervix may be softened and/or stretched open to allow surgical removal and/or suction of the uterine contents.

2nd Trimester Surgical: (13-24 weeks) Procedure similar to 1st trimester surgical, but cervix must be opened wider to accommodate larger baby. This process can take a day or two before the actual abortion procedure is done. Surgical instruments are usually required to disrupt the body to allow surgical evacuation of the body parts through the cervix.


Appointments
Call us today at 919-781-5433 for an appointment. If you have questions outside of business hours, leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible.

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What Our Clients Have to Say

Birthchoice
2304 Wesvill Court
Suite 340
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

919-781-5433
info@birthchoicewake.org

Birthchoice is located near Rex Hospital in Raleigh. We’re on the third floor of the Wesvill Medical Office Building in Suite 340.

We are served by CAT route #4. Stops at Wesvill Ct.
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