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I believe "No": These clinics, which are much more numerous than abortion clinics, have historically been run by religious conservatives who will try to persuade you by any means not to have an abortion. They perform no abortions or other medical procedures and are unregulated. Your physician might be a better person to talk with, & there are on-the-level folks who will help you should you choose adoption. ...Read more
No: These are run by anti-abortion activists. Once you walk into the door, the people will do everything possible to dissuade you from having an abortion. You may or may not be offered some or total financial help with your delivery and placement in an adoptive home for your child. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What?: And the patient would want to do this because... ...Read more
At times: Planned parenthood is a generalized substitute for gynecologic and general health care for women. Most of their efforts are in pelvic inflammatory disease, cancer detection and birth control. A few other areas of interest like pregnancy termination, a small percentage of their total efforts, have been a target of politically inspired demagogues. Female teen sexual health is addresed there. ...Read more
Different risks: Medical abortion uses medications to end pregnancy and causes the uterus to shed its lining. Surgical abortion is done by suction to clear the uterus. A detailed list comparing the two can be found at this link: http://www.Ucsfhealth.Org/education/medical_versus_surgical_abortion/. ...Read more
Will planned parenthood perform an amniocentesis? If i don?T have insurance, will planned parenthood offer me an amniocentesis if I am over 35?
Will planned parenthood perform an amniocentesis? If i don’t have insurance, will planned parenthood offer me an amniocentesis if I am over 35?
Call them: Different planned parenthoods offer different types of health care. If you're wondering what they offer, call their office and see. If you live in california, you may qualify for medi-cal, which is free health care for women who are pregnant. Again, your health care provider will likely offer you this service if you qualify for their care. Make some calls, don't wait. ...Read more
If you tell them: They will not automatically know. You need to tell them. You need to be honest and them because this is a very important part of your ob/gyn history. ...Read more
NONE: Ectopic pregency of cervix is rare even rare going to full term, unless get implanted close to uterus, then a nightmare to managing team, always associated with bleeding, could be massive, usually aborts, or require urgent surgical intervention, and medical treatment has no role. Leave it to expert OB surgeon to handle the problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If: U mean planned parenthood the answer is yes ...Read more
Medical v. Sugical: A medical abortion is a pill that's an anti-progesterone and causes the placenta of very early pregnancy to fall away from uterus. A surgical abortion is when the physician uses an instrument and/or suction to remove a pregnancy from the uterus. In the first trimester, both are very safe. Sometimes you'll hear doctors refer to any loss of pregnancy, as an abortion, i.e. Spontaneous abortion. ...Read more
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