Free Abortion Screenings Near Dunwoody


Providing Abortion Screenings Near Dunwoody

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Women’s Clinic of Atlanta – Temporary Alpharetta Location: 404-937-3334

Can’t talk on the phone? Send us a text! Our number is 678-764-0857

For 20 years, women in Dunwoody have trusted Women’s Clinic of Atlanta to provide confidential abortion screenings and advanced abortion screenings. Our Johns Creek clinic is only 10 miles from Dunwoody, making us easy to access when you’re facing an unexpected pregnancy. Our team of licensed medical professionals respects your privacy and right to choose, and we’re dedicated to answering your questions.

All of our screening services answer questions including:

What’s the difference between a surgical and medical abortion?
If you have a medical abortion, a doctor will give you a special medication to terminate your pregnancy. It doesn’t require anesthesia, like a surgical abortion often does. There are a few different types of surgical abortions, and the exact method used by your doctor will depend on the gestational age and your personal preference.

What is the abortion pill and how much does it cost?
The abortion pill, also called a medical abortion, is often taken in two doses. It uses a specialized medication that prevents your body from producing a hormone that’s required for your pregnancy to continue. Then, it causes your uterus to empty. During your abortion screening, our licensed medical professionals will provide you with all the information you need to make the best choice for your unique situation.

When do I have to decide if I want an abortion in Georgia?
It’s important to not feel rushed to make any decisions about your pregnancy. In Georgia, you can have an abortion up to 20 weeks into your pregnancy. You should never feel pressured by anyone to make a decision you aren’t comfortable with or prepared to make. Our compassionate medical team is here to discuss your abortion options and walk you through the process, free of charge.

Advanced abortion screenings include highly recommended services that will answer the following questions:

Do I have chlamydia or gonorrhea and if so, how will it impact my abortion procedure?

According to the Centers for Disease Control, chlamydia and gonorrhea can increase your risk of infection during an abortion. It’s strongly recommended you undergo chlamydia and gonorrhea testing and treatment before getting an abortion. Women’s Clinic of Atlanta offers this service free of charge during the advanced abortion screening appointment.

Does my blood type need to be checked prior to the abortion? 

Reputable abortion providers request Rh Factor testing prior to a surgical abortion to determine if you need medication. Women’s Clinic of Atlanta offers this service free of charge during the Advanced Abortion Screening appointment.

Should I get my blood level checked prior to the abortion?

The medical community strongly recommends hemoglobin testing to determine blood level risk concern prior to an abortion. Women’s Clinic of Atlanta offers this service free of charge during the advanced abortion screening appointment.

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 Women’s Clinic of Atlanta – Alpharetta (Temporary Location)

404-937-3334
3333 Old Milton Parkway
Ste. 360
Alpharetta, GA 30005

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 Women’s Clinic of Atlanta – Johns Creek Location

This location is temporarily closed. Please visit our temporary location in Alpharetta or call us at 404-937-3334

Can’t talk on the phone? Send us a text! Our number is 678-764-0857

Schedule an Advanced Abortion Screening today.

Providing Women in Dunwoody with Free Pregnancy Services

Dealing with an unplanned pregnancy diagnosis can be overwhelming, but you aren’t alone! Our caring team of licensed medical professionals is here to support you. Women in Dunwoody have relied on Women’s Clinic of Atlanta to provide non-judgmental pregnancy care for decades. Our services include:

  • Abortion Screening
  • Advanced Abortion Screenings
  • Early Detection Pregnancy Tests
  • STI Testing and Treatment
  • Unplanned Pregnancy Resources