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Abortion Pill Near Bellevue Nebraska

If you’re considering having an abortion, you may want to think about the abortion pill near Bellevue, NE. The abortion pill is a simple, less invasive method of abortion that is both very safe and very effective. The abortion pill is up to 98% effective when taken early enough in the pregnancy. The caring and qualified staff at CARE will help you through the process by providing accurate information that will aide you in the decision-making process. We won’t pressure you into a decision, we’ll give you the facts you need and answer your questions so that you can make the decision that is best for you.

Abortion Pill Bellevue, NE Procedure

We offer the abortion pill near Bellevue, NE to patients who are within 10 weeks of pregnancy, calculated using the first day of your last menstrual period. If you choose the abortion pill, you will be given a series of two pills. The first one, mifepristone, will block pregnancy hormones and stop the growth of your pregnancy. Within 24-48 hours of taking the first pill, you will take the second one, misoprostol. Misoprostol will cause your body to expel the pregnancy, and the abortion will be complete. Once you’ve taken the two pills, we will have you come back for a follow-up appointment 10-14 days later to ensure that the abortion was completed and that there are no complications.

Is the Abortion Pill Near Bellevue, NE Safe?

Yes, the abortion pill near Bellevue, NE is safe. It’s one of the safest abortion procedures there is. In fact, there is only about a 2% complication rate in patients who take the abortion pill. It’s a simple procedure, and it is non-invasive. When taken within the first 10 weeks of your pregnancy and performed by licensed medical professionals like the ones at CARE, the abortion pill is incredibly safe. Of course, our staff always checks a patient’s medical history and current state of reproductive health to ensure that there is nothing that could increase the risk of complications with the abortion pill.

Is the Abortion Pill Near Bellevue, NE Effective?

Yes, the abortion pill near Bellevue, NE is effective. Compared to other abortion procedures, it’s one of the most effective abortion methods there is. When taken within the first 10 weeks of pregnancy, it is up to 98% effective in aborting a pregnancy. Our expert medical staff at CARE will examine your current health and your health history to look for any reason that the abortion pill might not be as effective as it should. If there are no issues, we can prescribe the abortion pill and facilitate the process for you so that it is as effective as it can possibly be.

What Sets Our Abortion Clinic in Bellevue, NE Apart?

At CARE, we have shorter than average wait times. You can get an appointment at CARE within the week that you schedule it, and the average wait time is less than 3 days.

Because of our expert and experienced staff, CARE was one of only 11 clinics in America chosen to conduct research that informed the FDA-approved version of the French abortion pill near Bellevue, NE (RU-486).

At CARE, every patient who comes into our abortion clinic is treated with the exact same excellent level of courtesy, love, respect, kindness, and justice.

If you ever have a question, concern, or need treatment, you have full access to your physician 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.

At CARE, you will be provided with an onsite, physician reviewed ultrasound and all of the medication you may need (including pain medication) without any extra cost.

Frequently Asked Questions

At our Nebraska clinic, we offer abortions up to 22 weeks.

Unless your doctor instructs you otherwise, it is in your best interest to take misoprostol at night or right after eating. This medication should be used with food or milk to reduce the risk of loose stools, diarrhea, and cramps.

  • Bags and purses are prohibited for safety reasons. Bring your phone, wallet, keys, snacks, beverages, a book, or a reading gadget with you.
  • Wear relaxed attire (layers, a sports bra, and underwear).
  • If you are doing the medical abortion, plan on spending two to three hours in the clinic. Plan on spending at least 4-6 hours here if you are having the surgical procedure. The times can vary depending on the amount of patients that are coming in and what procedure they are planning to do that day. To be safe, arrange to spend the majority of the day here. The morning of your appointment, kindly take a shower and have a light breakfast.

Depending on the sort of in-clinic operation you choose to have, there may be a variety of side effects. Pain Medications can be used to ease cramping that feels “menstrual-like” in these circumstances. Blood thinners like aspirin should not be taken due to them increasing bleeding.

If you have a photo ID which matches the name you gave us when making your appointment, please bring it and your form of payment. If you do not have a photo ID, please contact us to make arrangements.

We do offer IV sedation in both our Nebraska and Maryland clinics.

  • The medical abortion does involve cramping and heavy bleeding (like an intense period), but you are able to take Tylenol and Ibuprofen.
  • For the surgical procedures, we administer a local anesthetic which numbs your cervix. You do feel pressure from some of the instruments used and may experience cramping during your procedure, but you will not experience intolerable pain. We do our best to manage any discomfort or pain you may feel.
  • Twilight IV sedation is available at both of our locations

Unless otherwise directed by your doctor, you should take misoprostol at night or after meals. To avoid loose stools, diarrhea, and abdominal cramping, take this medication with food or milk.

If you are having an abortion that takes multiple days, we strongly encourage you to have a support person with you. If this is not possible, we can help you navigate options. If you receive IV sedation, you will need a licensed driver to drive you home. If it is not possible for you to bring a licensed driver, please call us ahead to make arrangements.

The medical abortion pill is available up to 10 weeks. D & C (dilation & curettage) is available to all patients under 15 weeks. D & E (dilation & evacuation) is available for patients between 15 and 22 weeks.

Once pregnancy has been determined, you must be at less than 10 weeks gestation, to use the abortion pill. Beyond that point the effectiveness of the non-surgical procedure drops significantly. There are times that despite taking the pill, not all of the pregnancy tissue leaves the uterus. If this happens, you must have a surgical procedure. 

Bleeding often lasts for two to three weeks, although it can last up to six weeks.  You might not bleed at all, or your period can be thicker than usual. Additionally, you might pass clots. To help you understand what bleeding is typical and what can be cause for concern, we will offer you a “How Much Am I Bleeding” visual to take home when you come in for your visit.

After leaving the clinic, you can resume your regular activities. With a medical abortion, there are no limitations after the procedure. There is a restriction of nothing in the vagina for one week following surgery (no tampons, douching, or sex).

  • Definition of a Minor: In Nebraska, a minor is anyone under the age of 18 years old who is not married.
  • Nebraska’s Parental Notification for Abortion Law (Neb. Rev. Stat. § 71-6902- 6906) Nebraska law requires a minor to obtain notarized legal consent from a parent or guardian before being allowed to have an abortion.
  • There are three exceptions: a medical emergency, a situation in which there’s proven abuse or neglect in the home, or a situation in which the court (Judicial Bypass) agrees that there’s “clear and convincing evidence that the pregnant woman is both sufficiently mature and well-informed to decide whether to have an abortion.”
    We have a relationship with local lawyers who do pro bono (free) work in helping minors obtain judicial bypasses in a quick manner. Please contact the clinic at 1(800) 737-3845 for further information about this process.
  • Definition of a Minor: In Maryland, a minor is anyone under the age of 18 years who is not married or the parent of a child.
  • Maryland’s Parental Notification for Abortion Law (Article 20-103 of the Maryland Annotated Code)
    Maryland law requires that one parent or guardian be notified before a minor has an abortion. The parent/guardian does not need to consent (agree) with the minor’s choice, but does need to know the minor is planning to have an abortion. Maryland’s parental notification law says specifically that no notification is required if, in the judgment of the doctor performing the abortion:
    The minor is mature and capable of giving her informed consent to the procedure, OR
    Notification would not be in the minor’s best interest, OR
    Notice may lead to physical or emotional abuse of the minor, OR
    The minor patient does not live with her parent or guardian, OR
    A reasonable effort to give notice has been unsuccessful.

We have employees who are bilingual in Spanish and English, but we do not staff translators for other languages. We work with our patients in determining the best and most cost-efficient way to access a translator for the procedure and follow-up care.

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