Abortion Pill Charlotte North Carolina
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Experience you can trust…

A Preferred Women’s Health Centers (APWHC) have offered no surgery medical abortions for over 20 years!  In 2000, we were one of the first medical facilities in the United States to provide abortion services with the use of medications only. Given the convenience and privacy of this treatment, medical abortions (the Abortion Pill) using the combination of Mifeprex (also called Mifepristone) and Misoprostol is the preferred choice to terminate early pregnancies for many of our patients.

We also offer expedited care…

We know your time is valuable and try to minimize the time you spend in the office.  Our medical abortion patients have a personal patient care coordinator!  There is someone assigned just to you to facilitate your care and eliminate any unnecessary delays while you are at our office!

Unlike other providers, APWHC offer’s this expedited care service at no additional charge.  Convenience without additional cost is our mission.

What to expect when you arrive…

Upon arrival, you will be asked to fill out a medical history, vital signs will be taken and an ultrasound will be done to evaluate how many weeks of gestation (pregnant) you are. If you are less than 10 weeks, you will proceed with counseling and consultation from the APWHC staff and your physician to discuss your abortion care options. They will be glad to answer any questions you have about the abortion pill.

How does it work…

Mifeprex interrupts growth and stops further development of the early pregnancy by causing the pregnancy to detach from the Uterine walls. The effect of both is to stop the gestation from further growth or development.

After the initial medication has been given, Misoprostol is administered to induce uterine cramping. These cramps cause the uterus to bleed and shed its’ contents in much the same way cramps promote a monthly menstrual period. With a medical abortion, the induced bleeding may be heavier than a normal period and contain some clot formations, but usually nothing more significant.

The length of bleeding varies and sometimes lasts longer than a normal menstrual cycle. When you return for follow up care, the doctor will check to make certain the abortion has been completed. Your menstrual periods should return to your regular cycle. There are rarely any residual effects of the abortion pill treatment and it should not interfere with your future fertility or pregnancies.

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A Preferred Women’s Health Center has specially trained phone counselors available to answer your questions and schedule an appointment 7 days a week:

Or, if you prefer, confidential appointments and additional information can be obtained by emailing our patient services coordinator at preferredassistance@apwhc.com. It is your choice!

Thank you for choosing A Preferred Women’s Health Center.

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