The day of your appointment you will have a urine pregnancy test. You will fill out a short medical form. We will go over a consent form and review your options and concerns.
You will have a blood test to check for RH factor typing. If you know your blood type and have a blood donor card, bring it with you and you might not need the blood test. If your blood is RH factor negative you might need a Rhogam medicine as well at an additional charge. You will have an exam and ultrasound by the physician to check the length of the pregnancy.
First, vaginal medication is used to start a natural dilation of the cervix.
Then the aspiration is performed with anesthesia and then a sonogram is done to make sure it is completed You ll be able to go home after a short recovery and we will give you complete aftercare instructions and a prescription for antibiotics and analgesics.
This is an option if the pregnancy is less than 9 weeks. The RU 486/mifeprex acts by blocking the progesterone receptors in the uterine lining and the misoprostol or cytotec is a prostaglandin analog. We' ll provide you with the medicines and a prescription for a short course of antibiotics.
We'll give you a two week appointment and at that time we will provide you with contraception information and review your options.
Diplomate of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
37-54 75th St.
Jackson Heights, NY
(By Roosevelt Ave train station E, F, M, R and 7 trains)
6721 Avenue U
Corner E. 68th St
(bus 3 and 41, by car, Belt parkway to exit 11N (Flatbush Ave.)