Considering Abortion?

If you’re thinking about having an abortion, you owe it to yourself to get all the facts, so you can make an informed decision about your body, health and pregnancy. Our professional staff is up-to-date on all the latest abortion procedures and can explain in detail what each procedure involves and what risks are associated with a specific type of abortion. Don’t wait; schedule your free appointment today.

Abortion Procedures

There are two different types of abortion procedures: a medical abortion and a surgical abortion. A medical abortion is performed by taking a series of two medications, 48 hours apart from one another, to end an early pregnancy. A surgical abortion involves having the fetus removed through surgery. For more frequently asked questions about abortion, including abortion costs, abortion procedures, the morning after pill, plan b and more, visit our Abortion FAQs page!

Abortion Risks

Like any procedure, there are risks associated with abortion. Risks include infection, incomplete abortion, heavy bleeding, allergic reaction to drugs, tearing of the cervix, scarring of the uterine lining, perforation of the uterus, damage to internal organs and death.

Abortion also carries risks relating to future pregnancies as well as emotional and spiritual consequences. Post-abortion syndrome symptoms may include guilt, anger, anxiety, depression, flashbacks, sexual dysfunction, relationship problems, and alcohol and drug abuse.

Your Choice

At Women’s Centers of Ohio, we specialize in helping you find the solution that is right for you. Because we are sensitive to the personal and private nature of your decision, our no-cost consultations are completely confidential. Although we do not perform or refer for abortion, our goal is to provide excellent medical services, educate you accurately and responsibly on your options, and above all give you a safe place to think them over.

When Did I Conceive?

Understanding how conception works is imperative to making your decision. Visit our centers to confirm your pregnancy and discuss next steps. Calculating your due date will help determine how far along you are and what your options are. Visit our Pregnancy Calculator page and put in the date of your last period. The calculator will estimate your due date using this information. Schedule an appointment at one of our eight centers for a free pregnancy test, ultrasound, abortion information, counseling, and more.