All patients are treated with individualized personalized care. A medical history is obtained to alert the physician.
Convenient, accurate, state-of-the-art lab testing is done to verify the pregnancy and to check the blood count and RH blood type.
We have very experienced, New York-State-licensed, and board-certified OB/GYN physicians.
-Abortion with Anesthesia: (General o Local)/ without Pain
-Abortion with Pill RU-486: Since 4 to 9 weeks
No Anesthesia, Non surgical, No invade procedure. No risk of uterine perforation.
The abortion pill is the private choice. It allows women to terminate a pregnancy on their own terms—in the privacy of their own homes. The drug-induced miscarriage mimics a natural miscarriage.
The pill is an option for women within the first 9 weeks of pregnancy. The length of the pregnancy is confirmed by a sonogram in the doctor's office.
Clinical studies have found the RU-486 abortion pill 98% effective. The most common side effects are bleeding and cramping. The pill is an option for women within the first 9 weeks of pregnancy. The length of the pregnancy is confirmed by a sonogram in the doctor's office.
-Complete Gynecology Service
A pelvic examination is a complete physical exam of a woman's pelvic organs by health professional. This test helps a health professional evaluate the size and position of the vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. It is an important part of preventive health care for all adult women. A pelvic exam is done to help detect cancers in the early stages, infections, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), or other reproductive system problems.
-Pap Test (Cervical Cancer Test) : Also known as: Cervical Cytology
Typically called ''the pill''. This is the most popular form birth control in the United States. This form of birth control suppresses ovulation (the monthly release of an egg from the ovaries) by the combined actions of the hormones estrogen and progestin.
If a woman remembers to take the pill every day at the same time of day as directed, she has an extremely low chance of becoming pregnant. But the pill's effectiveness may be reduced if the woman is taking some medications, such as certain antibiotics.
The decision whether to take the pill should be made in consultation with a health professional. Birth control pills are safe for most women.
Through of urine and/or blood Pregnancy tests look for a special hormone in the urine or blood that is only there when a woman is pregnant. This hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), can also be called the pregnancy hormone.The pregnancy hormone, hCG, is made in your body when a fertilized egg implants in the uterus. This usually happens about 6 days after conception. But studies show that the embryo doesn't implant until later in some women. The amount of hCG increases drastically with each passing day you are pregnant.Many home pregnancy tests claim they can tell if you're pregnant on the day you expect your period. But a recent study shows that most don't give accurate results this early in pregnancy. Waiting one week after a missed period will usually give a more accurate answer.
There are two types of pregnancy tests. One tests the blood for the pregnancy hormone, hCG. The other checks the urine for this hormone. You can do a urine test at home with a home pregnancy test. You need to see a doctor to have blood tests.
-''Morning after Pill'' (Emergency Contraceptive)
It must take until 72 hours, maxime. Two emergency contraceptive pill products have been approved by FDA for use in preventing pregnancy after intercourse when standard contraceptives have failed or when no contraceptives were used at all. One product contains the hormones progestin and estrogen; the other contains just progestin.Available by prescription only, both products are believed to work by delaying or inhibiting ovulation, or by keeping a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterine wall. These pills are not effective once the fertilized egg has implanted. Side effects include nausea and vomiting, both of which were reported less frequently in women taking the progestin-only pills.
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