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Surgical Abortions

If you are pregnant and considering abortion, it’s important to have all the facts. Before you visit an abortion clinic, talk to one of our client advocates to learn about all of your options. Call today to request an appointment that fits into your schedule.

Confirm Your Pregnancy

Our medical quality pregnancy tests can detect pregnancy hormones as early as 7 days after conception or 21 to 24 days after the first day of your last period. The test is more than 99% accurate.


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RU486 (Mifepristone) and other abortion pills are taken orally to terminate an early pregnancy. This drug is only approved through 10 weeks of pregnancy. The procedure usually requires three office visits:

  • On the first visit, the patient is given the Mifepristone pills, to terminate the pregnancy.
  • At the second office visit, if the abortion has not occurred, she is given a second drug, Misoprostol, that causes cramps to expel the embryo.
  • The last visit is a follow-up ultrasound to determine if the procedure is complete. If the patient is still pregnant, a surgical procedure will be required.

If you are thinking about abortion, contact us before you make a final choice. We are here to help you sort through your questions and concerns. There is a lot to educate yourself about before you make a decision. We are here to help you through the decision-making process.


Texas Health & Human Services – Women’s Right To Know Information

Dilatation and Curettage (D&C)

This surgical procedure is generally used in the first 12 weeks of a pregnancy. This procedure may be done in a doctor’s office or a clinic.The doctor first opens (dilates) the cervix and then empties the uterus with suction. After suctioning, the doctor may scrape the walls of the uterus to make sure the unborn child, placenta, and contents of the uterus have been completely removed.

GRACE Pregnancy Outreach offers consultations and accurate information about all pregnancy options; however, we do not offer or refer for abortion services.  The information on this website is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional counseling and/or medical advice.