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Patient Comments - abortion patient comments

Patient Comments

Making the decision to use the Abortion Pill

To help others in their decision-making about whether to have an abortion and which abortion clinic to go to for compassionate care — we share former patient comments below.

“There was a 3-4 week wait to get in everywhere else. This office got me in right away and was $40 cheaper. I filled out my paperwork before hand to save time like they asked. When I arrived for the appointment, they called me back right away and I was in and out of there in about an hour. On the second appointment (when they gave me the pills) they reviewed the instructions and answered my questions. I was there for less than 15 minutes and made it to work with time to spare.”

“I’ve heard stories about 4-5 hour waits, mean people, dirty office, protestors, etc. This was nothing like that. In fact it was better than the place where I normally get my pills. This experience was so much easier than I thought.”

“I had an abortion at Planned Parenthood 10 years ago and there is no comparison. No protestors, no waiting, and cheaper. That lady at the front desk (Elizabeth) was awesome.”

“My Ob told me that I should not get pregnant again because of severe preeclampsia during my 1st pregnancy. When I told the doc at Choices Women’s Center this (Dr. Richards) he told me that it might be possible to carry to term as long as I was seen by a high-risk specialist. He didn’t have to say that and could have just done the abortion. I am currently seeing the specialist he referred me to and should be giving birth in the Fall!”

“I got referred by Banner to Choices Women’s Center because my OB found out that my baby’s heart stopped beating at 8 weeks. My family was devastated. When I called to make an appointment, Elizabeth talked me down. She answered all my questions and got me in the next day. Dr. Richardson was great. He actually called my OB after my follow-up appointment to let her know that I had done well and what medications were prescribed.”