Pain Free Abortions
We offer a variety of methods for pain management during the procedure and the recovery period. All of the standard medications administered during the procedures are included in the basic fees. Local anesthesia, analgesia, sedation and anxiety relief are offered to each patient.
We offer extra analgesia, complete sedation and general anesthesia upon request of individual patients and according to their needs.
Certain patients will require general anesthesia or special medication for discomfort. All of these services are available at our facilities and tailored to each patient by our Medical Doctor with 32 years experience.
We offer 3 different pain control management for your particular comfort needs.
(1) Light I.V. Sedation
For the relief of anxiety and to minimize the discomfort during the abortion.
(2) Moderate I.V. Sedation
An Immediate ease of anxiety and pain as well as relief of tension and stress.
(3) Conscious Sedation
Conscious sedation is a combination of medicines to help you relax (a sedative) and to block pain (an anesthetic) during a medical procedure. Conscious sedation lets you recover quickly.
(4) Deep I.V.Sedation/Twilight Anesthesia
This is short in duration and very safe. You may actually feel you are asleep “going under” or not conscious during the abortion surgery. Patient needs to have a partner to drive you home.
INFORMATION BEFORE YOUR ABORTION IN MICHIGAN
- Go to the State of Michigan’s web site and read the information required by Michigan’s Informed Consent for Abortion law. You must read, print, and complete the Informed Consent Confirmation Form. This form prove that you visited the site and read the information required by the law. You must bring it with you to your appointment at the Women’s Center or your procedure cannot be performed.
- Read the statement of privacy practices for the offices of Jacob Kalo, M.D.
- Put this form in a safe place and bring it with you to your appointment at the Women’s Center. If you don’t bring this form, your procedure will be delayed.
- Get plenty of rest and do not take anything by mouth after midnight the night before your surgery. This includes food, water, gum, candy, mints, ice, or smoking cigarettes. This will help avoid nausea and possible serious anesthesia complications.
- Do not bring any jewelry or valuables. The Women’s Center will not be responsible for lost or stolen items.
- Payment is due at the time of service.
- On average you will spent between 30 – 45 minutes in our facility, but never more than two hours.