Your Choice Healthcare of Columbus
Your Choice Healthcare of Columbus
YES, WE ARE OPEN. Abortion pills available up to 9.6 weeks starting at $525. We're a new pro-choice clinic in Columbus, Ohio.
Yes, We Have Abortion Pills.

By Appointment Only

614.927.0500

Our office hours change weekly. All appointments must be booked in advance by phone or online.

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UPDATE: We will still be providing safe, legal abortions (up to 9 weeks and 6 days) until at least July 8, 2019.

On April 11, 2019, Governor DeWine signed the “Heartbeat Bill.” This law bans abortion at the first detection of a "heartbeat," usually found by ultrasound around 6 weeks gestation, which is only 2 short weeks after a missed period.

This law will go into effect in 90 days on July 8, 2019. It is likely that the Court will not let this law take effect for the foreseeable future.

Whatever happens, we promise to do all we can to keep providing abortion services within the limits of the law.

You Choice Healthcare
6721 Karl Road
Columbus, OH 43229

 

Schedule Your
Options Consultation

You deserve affordable family planning options in a safe and supportive environment. 
Patients considering non-surgical abortion must complete an in-office consultation.  
Use our secure online form or call us at 614-927-0500 to schedule your abortion pill consultation.

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Services & Prices

Yes, we have abortion pills. We also offer birth control, IUDs, and emergency contraception. 

Call 614-927-0500 to schedule an appointment for your annual pelvic exam or contraception visit.

 
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Emergency Contraceptive

One dose pill helps prevent pregnancy up to 72-hours after unprotected sex.

Preventeza™ E-Contraceptive uses the same ingredient as most birth controls pills—just at a higher dose—to help prevent pregnancy before it starts.

Medication Abortion

Medication Abortion

Includes initial visit, medication, and follow-up.
*Additional $70 fee for RhoGAM
(negative blood types only)

Rhogam Shot

Rhogam Shot*

*Required for abortion patients with negative Rh factor blood types. The RhoGAM shot prevents your body from making antibodies that could harm your future pregnancies.

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Depo-Provera Shot

Depo-Provera is a birth control shot given once every 3 months. Depo typically suppresses ovulation and thickens cervical mucus to keep sperm from reaching the egg.

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Pelvic Exam

**PAP price includes office fees only.
+ $29 Lab Fee (normal results)
+ $118 Additional Testing (abnormal results)
+ $35 Repeat Pap (per doctor's order)

We accept cash and credit/debit cards. 
We
do not accept insurance or personal checks.
Experiencing hardship? You may qualify for assistance. You can apply for funding during your first visit.

What is Medical Abortion?

Also known as the "pill method," medical abortion uses oral meds to end a pregnancy, instead of surgery. It requires two types of pills:

  1. MIFEPREX™: A progesterone-receptor antagonist. This pill blocks the hormone that's necessary for a pregnancy to grow. 
  2. MISOPROSTOL: Also known as Cytotec™, this pill causes the uterus to contract and expel the pregnancy (similar to a miscarriage). You will take this 2nd medication orally about 1-2 days after taking Mifeprex.

When paired together, these pills are a safe and effective way to end an early pregnancy up to 9 weeks 6 days gestation. 

You can expect to have bleeding, cramping, and flu symptoms during your medical abortion.

Some patients say "it feels like a miscarriage."

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Medical Abortion
In 3 Steps

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Visit 1: Consultation

Includes blood tests, ultrasound, and consultation with our patient advocate. You will also meet with a doctor to sign 24-hour consent forms. There is a $100 non-refundable fee for your options consultation. This fee will be credited towards the final cost of your abortion.

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Visit 2: Abortion Pills

This is when you take the 1st dose (Mifeprex™). Our doctor will give you instructions on how to take the 2nd dose (Misoprostol) at home 1-2 days later. During your abortion, you can expect to have bleeding, cramping, and flu-like symptoms.

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Visit 3: Follow-Up

Medical abortion is effective up to 95% of the time. During this final visit, we may test your urine or perform an ultrasound to make sure your pregnancy was successfully terminated.

Why Is There A 24-Hour Waiting Period?

Unfortunately, Ohio law mandates the 24-hour waiting period. All patients must complete an initial visit and sign consent forms with our doctor at least 24-hours prior to taking the abortion pills.

During this first appointment, you will receive an ultrasound to determine whether your pregnancy is less than 9 weeks 6 days. 

If you meet this requirement, our staff will help you schedule your medical abortion visit at our office. 

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