If you are considering an abortion, it is important to address the potential risks. Amnion’s medical staff and client advocate team offers a safe environment to share your concerns and talk through these risks. Please note that we do not offer or refer for abortions. However, we are committed to providing accurate information about abortion procedures and risks. Make your confidential appointment today to discuss your options.
An unexpected pregnancy can be a very emotional time in your life that can bring fear and confusion. A Pre-Abortion Screening will evaluate important information you need to know and have the right to know. The first step is to confirm you are pregnant, confirm viability, and determine how far along you are.
This screening includes a pregnancy test, an ultrasound exam and a consultation to review the results. You will receive the personalized medical information you need about your pregnancy and related healthcare decisions.
The abortion pill — also referred to as medical abortion, chemical abortion, or self-managed abortion — is used to reference the two-pill process that includes medications taken to terminate the pregnancy of a developing baby within the first 10 weeks.
To qualify for the abortion pill method, you will need to confirm the accurate week of your pregnancy. The only way to know with certainty is to get an ultrasound. Schedule a free ultrasound appointment today.
If you have taken mifepristone and you are in need of an abortion pill reversal, timing is crucial.
All medical procedures come with potential side effects. Abortion is no different. As you consider all your options, it is important to evaluate side effects that may potentially occur with an abortion, whether surgical or by pill. These include abdominal pain and cramping, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Abortion also carries the risk of significant complications such as bleeding, infection, and damage to organs.
There is evidence to suggest that abortion is linked to both your physical and mental health. For some women these emotions may be very strong and can appear within days or may not appear until after many years. This psychological response is best described as a form of post-traumatic stress disorder.
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If you or someone you know is facing an unplanned pregnancy, please call us to speak to a counselor or schedule an appointment, 610.622.9957.
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