Looking for an abortion clinic near Jefferson City, MO?  Things you will need to know are:
Abortion is a procedure that results in the voluntary termination of a pregnancy, either medically (abortion pill) or surgically.  There are risks associated with any medical procedure and, as with other outpatient surgical or medical procedures, abortions should also be performed in a facility that meets the same health and safety regulations as that of an ambulatory surgical center (ASCs).  All abortion procedures require an ultrasound to determine pregnancy and gestational age.

Am I Pregnant? Get a free pregnancy test.

When considering abortion, a medical quality pregnancy test is the best way to confirm your pregnancy.  The PHC provides a test free of charge.

How far along am I in my pregnancy?

Our Jefferson City, MO pregnancy help center offers ultrasounds performed by qualified ultrasound technicians.

What should I know about abortion?

If you are considering abortion, it is important to remember that abortion is a medical procedure.  What type of abortion will you have?  What are the short and long term effects?  Also see: Abortion Pill (RU486)

Is my pregnancy normal?

You need to know if you are at risk for a miscarriage or have a tubal pregnancy requiring immediate medical attention.  The PHC will assist you in obtaining medical care.

Perhaps you’re thinking:

  • The father is insisting on an abortion.
  • I’m not ready to be a parent.
  • I can’t tell anyone I’m pregnant.
  • We know exactly how you feel, and you’re not alone. Many of our staff and volunteers have been where you are and are here to help.

Abortion Procedures

Medical Abortion (AKA Abortion Pill) is a multistep process and there are two types of medical abortion procedures. It is reported that around 10 percent of medical abortion clients must undergo a surgical abortion, in addition to the medical abortion process, to complete the pregnancy termination due to uterus contents remaining.

Surgical Abortion is a medical operation where the client’s uterus is dilated, but instead of it being dilated to begin the labor process as in a pregnancy delivery, the uterus is dilated to manually remove the fetus and placenta via suction, vacuum and curette (surgical instrument shaped like a scoop or spoon). As with any medical procedure, there are health risks to the client.

Your Body and Life Matters.
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