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What You Need To Know About The Abortion Pill
Abortion Pill or Aspiration Abortion?
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Early Abortion Options for You in NYC

How to choose which Abortion type is right for You

The medically induced abortion – commonly called “the abortion pill” is a form of early pregnancy termination successfully used around the world since 1988 and approved in the US in 2000. For some women this offers a safe, effective and non-invasive alternative to aspiration abortion in abortion clinics. The abortion by pill actually consists of two sets of medication: Mifepristone (RU 486) which stops the development of the pregnancy and Misoprostol (Cytotec) which causes the miscarriage to begin. By taking these two medications under the direction of an OBGYN, women are able to end a pregnancy as early as 4 ½ weeks up until 8 weeks with limited risk of complication. Because there is no anesthesia and no surgical instruments inserted into the uterus or cervix many women feel that it is a more natural feeling process which allows them more privacy and the comfort of home instead of aspiration procedure in an abortion clinic. Read More

How does the Abortion Pill Work and What to Expect

Abortion Pill Aftercare

Medical abortion is an alternative to surgical abortion that may be appropriate for some women. In a surgical abortion, the pregnancy is removed by suction curettage. In a medical abortion, a pill is used to stop the growth of the pregnancy. Thirty-six hours later, pills are placed in the mouth and allowed to dissolve. These pills cause the pregnancy to miscarry. Thousands of women have used this method in clinical trials, and there have been no reports of significant side-effects or long-term risks. The medical method has a success rate of 95% or greater when given before 8 weeks of pregnancy.Complications are rare, but they do happen. If you think you have a medical emergency, it is very important that you contact us as soon as possible. Please do not delay contacting us if you have any of the following symptoms: excessive bleeding; severe pain not reduced by rest, pain medication, heating pad, or hot water bottle; continued vomiting (unable to keep anything down) for more than 4-6 hours; or fever greater than 101 degrees F. If the pregnancy tissue does not pass completely and there is continuous excessive bleeding, removal via suction may be necessary. We are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week on our office number (646) 898-2122.Read More

Aspiration Abortion Procedure

In Clinic Abortion Aspiration Procedure

The Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) Abortion procedure is another options for women seeking to end a pregnancy early on. The MVA abortion procedure is done in the office – allowing you to comfort of being monitored through the whole process by your certified OBGYN surgeon. While still technically considered a surgical procedure – the MVA employs what is called a ‘light touch’ technique which employs the gentlest suction produced using a manual syringe–like device inserted through the cervix. Many women who want to have an in office abortion but do not want to be put to sleep choose this option because it is gentle and silent which makes it easier to relax through and causes less discomfort. In our office we also offer sedation for patient who want this procedure but wish to be asleep. Some offices say that you do not need anesthesia because it is a gentle procedure – there for they do not offer this option. In our office, we feel that you are the only one that can judge your pain level and therefore you should have all your options available. Read More

What you need to know about Abortion

First trimester Surgical Abortion is a simple and safe option for women who do not wish to continue their pregnancy. There are many misconceptions still around about what a surgical abortion procedure is and what the effects are. What you should know is that all abortion procedures in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy are now done with gentle suction produced by a vacuum suction machine. This means that there is no ‘cutting’ or ‘scrapping’ – terms often employed to frighten women away from seeking information on abortion. In our office, we offer local anesthesia and sedation so that you can control your comfort level under the guidance and with the support of board certified anesthesiologists. This allows you to know that your comfort and safety are being managed by two doctors during your visit – one to do the procedure and one to ensure your comfort. Read More

Fees and Funding

We accept most private insurances and will obtain authorization prior to your arrival.We accept Medicaid If you have any questions pertaining to insurance costs, cost of medical/ medication/ abortion pill/ please contact our office and a staff member will gladly assist you. We bill many insurance and HMO plans which include United HealthCare, HealthNet, Oxford, AETNA, Cigna, HIP, Hotel Trades, GHI, BC/BS, 1199, Affinity, and Medicaid and most others. Our fees are competitive and we accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.Fees Include:Abortion, Sonogram, and Post Abortion Follow-Up Appointment. Although there is no such thing as a Free Abortion, we may be able to help you obtain no or low cost insurance and funding.  Call to see if you qualify. Read More

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800 2nd Ave #610, New York, NY 10017