Absolutely, all of our services are confidential and private. Just like any medical office, when you arrive you will be given a copy of our notice of privacy practices as outlined by federal law.
Yes, everything we provide is at no cost to you.
Yes, you can bring a friend, boyfriend, parent, relative. It is all confidential and it's beneficial to have some sort of support network.
Symptoms of pregnancy may vary as all women are not alike nor are pregnancies all alike. The most significant symptom is a missed menstrual cycle. Here are some common signs of pregnancy, but please be aware that there are other medical conditions that can cause these symptoms.
As with any medical procedure, there are possible risks to any abortion procedure. Those risks include heavy bleeding, infection, damage to cervix, damage to the uterus or uterine lining, damage to other internal organs, sepsis (total body infection caused by RU486), loss of future fertility and death. When you make your appointment, you will be given complete information on the health risks associated with abortion.
We offer a wide variety of different medical and supportive services. For a full list, please visit our Services Page.
Sure, you can call our office at (636) 377-4444 or book an in-person appointment online.
Notice of Privacy Practices: Our Privacy Obligations - The law requires us to maintain the privacy of certain health information called "Protected Health Information" ("PHI"). Protected Health Information is the information you provide us or that we create or receive about your health care. The law also requires us to provide you with this Notice of our legal duties and privacy practices. When we use or disclose (share) your Protected Health Information, we are required to follow the terms of this Notice or other notice in effect at the time we use or share the PHI.
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