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Payment is made by cash or credit/debit card. We regret we cannot accept personal checks. We participate with West Virginia Medical Assistance.
Abortion fees include pregnancy test, lab work, ultrasound, antibiotic prescription, birth control pills and a 2-week follow up visit.
|First and Mid-trimester Abortion:|
|Through 12 weeks LMP||$325|
|13 weeks LMP||$330|
|14 weeks LMP*||$410|
|15 weeks LMP*||$510|
LMP = from the first day of your Last Menstrual Period
* Additional $100 Fee for previous c-section
|Abortion by Pill or Medical Abortion (RU 486)|
|Available up to 8 weeks LMP||$335|
|If you have a negative blood type you will require Rhogam:|
|Up to 12 weeks LMP||$50|
|13 weeks and up||$100|
|Urine pregnancy test||FREE|
|Early Pregnancy Test (EPT)||$10|
|Ultrasound (without abortion)||$100|
• Surgical abortion from approximately 5 to 15 weeks from the first day of the last period under local anesthesia
• Medical Abortion or Abortion by Pill (RU 486)
• Sensitive Care for Fetal Abnormality Cases
• Free Walk-In Pregnancy Testing
• Early Pregnancy Testing
• Birth Control Shot (Depo Provera)
• Birth Control Services
Our highly trained team is composed of experienced gynecologists, registered nurses, counselors and medical assistants who specialize in understanding the unique needs of women seeking abortion services. We know what a difficult and complex decision this is for you. Our goal is to see you through your decision, whatever that may be, in a helpful and understanding way.
Hagerstown Reproductive Health Services is accredited by the National Abortion Federation ("NAF").
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Surgical abortion is a commonly performed surgery with a very low rate of complication. Most women are back to their normal activities the day after the surgery.
At Hagerstown Reproductive Health Services, all surgical abortions are performed by a licensed gynecologist with more than 25 years of experience. Abortions are performed from approximately 5 weeks from the last menstrual period (LMP) to approximately 15 weeks LMP. The abortion procedure uses instruments to open the cervix and vacuum aspiration (suction) and instruments to empty the uterus. It takes 5 to 10 minutes depending on the length of the pregnancy.
Prior to the surgery we will take a full health history, pregnancy test and blood work. You will receive an exam and ultrasound when needed to determine the length of your pregnancy. Before the surgery you will meet privately with a counselor who will explain the procedure, review your after-care instructions, give you antibiotics, birth control and answer all of your questions. During the surgery a clinician will be with you at all times and she will accompany you to the recovery room where a registered nurse will monitor your progress and discharge you.
Local anesthesia is the administration of Lidocaine into the cervix which reduces some discomfort. You will be given oral pain medication prior to the surgery but you will remain completely awake and should expect cramping during and immediately after the procedure. Have a light meal before your appointment. You are able to drive yourself home after the procedure.
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MEDICAL ABORTION BY PILL (RU 486)
Abortion by pill is a safe and effective way to end an early pregnancy by using medicine. You must be at least 18 years of age to receive a medical abortion.
This non-surgical process may be used up to 56 days (8 weeks) from the last period.
On the day of your appointment you will receive an ultrasound and laboratory work.
You will be given materials to read.
A counselor will meet with you to review all instructions, give you your medications and answer your questions.
You’ll meet with the doctor and then take the first pill (Mifeprex) in the office. Within 48 hours you will use the second pills (Misoprostol) at home. The combination of the two medicines will cause you to bleed and in most cases end the pregnancy within a few hours of using the second medicine at home.
You’ll return in 3 weeks to make sure everything worked properly.
The pill has a small rate of failure. If surgery or additional medicine is required to complete the process, there is no extra charge if performed in our office.
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HERE FOR MAP)
The Center is located in the pleasant town of Hagerstown, Maryland. On-street parking is available.
Take I-70 West to exit 32B. Go approx 2 miles to Prospect Street and turn left. Turn left again at W. Washington Street. We are in the 3rd building on the left.
From Cumberland, Morgantown and Oakland:
Take I-68 East to I-70 East, then I-81 North. Take exit 6A. See instructions below.
From Martinsburg, Winchester and other points south:
Take I-81 North to exit 6A. See instructions below.
From Greencastle, Chambersburg, Shippensburg, Carlisle and Harrisburg:
Take I-81 South to exit 6A. See instructions below.
From Gettysburg, York and Lancaster:
Take Route 30 West into Chambersburg. Take I-81 South to exit 6A. See instructions below.
Take Potomac Street toward Hagerstown (it becomes Leitersburg Pike). Continue straight (past Long Meadow Shopping Center) to Franklin Street and turn right. Go left at Prospect Street and left again at Washington Street. We are in the 3rd building on the left.
Follow Rt. 56 to Bedford. Then take the PA. Turnpike to the Breezewood exit. Get on I-70 East (toward Washington, DC). Continue on I-70 East to I-81 North. Take exit 6A off of I081. Follow instructions below.
From Altoona/State College:
Follow I-99 South to the PA Turnpike. Take the Turnpike East to the Breezewood exit. Take I-70 East (toward Washington, DC). Continue on I-70 to I-81 North. Take exit 6A off of I-81. Follow directions below.
FROM EXIT 6A on I-81:
Go approx 1 1⁄2 miles, watching for Prospect Street—continue straight (don’t turn onto Prospect Street). We are in the 3rd building on the left.
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