Scotsdale Women's Center
The Premier Abortion Clinic in Detroit Michigan
Scotsdale Women's Center has a caring staff that provides Detroit abortion services and family planning services in a comfortable nonjudgmental atmosphere. Morning After Pill available for purchase at the reception window daily. Walk in pregnancy testing and family planning exams. All-inclusive fee for abortion services. Financial assistance available for low income women. Located on the North West side of Detroit, Scotsdale Women's Center has been serving this community since 1976. Our clinic features a self-standing building with guarded private parking lot with a large patient and visitor waiting area. Scotsdale Women's Center, celebrating choice and caring for women in Detroit for over 30 years.
Accreditations You Can Trust
Member of National Abortion Federation, State of Michigan, Abortion Care Network.
Qualified Detroit Abortion Doctors
Our doctors are experienced in the latest techniques.
Financial assistance is available. All major credit cards accepted.
A Modern Office
Our facility is kept up to date with the latest technologies.
Additional Detroit Abortion Clinic Information
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Abortion Information in Detroit, MI
All inclusive fee for abortions:
Ultrasound, counseling, lab work, pre-op meds, procedure with IV sedation, recovery care, all meds to take home and check up 2 to 3 weeks after abortion. We also have samples of some birth-control methods if you would like to start something immediately after your abortion.
Financial Assistance Available. Call us for more information!
Non Surgical Abortion (Abortion Pill)
A safe, non-invasive option if you are not more than 70 days from your last normal menstrual period. It is administered in pill form.
Mifeprex is a pill that blocks a hormone that is needed for your pregnancy to continue. When followed by another medicine, misoprostol, Mifeprex ends the pregnancy. The Medication Guide you will receive at your first visit explains how it works in more detail.
For more information about The Abortion Pill ( or Mifeprex / RU-486), please call Scotsdale Women's Center, a phone counselor will be happy to answer your questions. Click Here To Learn More About Non Surgical Abortions
For abortions up to 14 weeks a suction method of termination is used.
For an abortion from 15 weeks to 24 weeks requires dilation and evacuation, a two day procedure involving insertion of a dilator on day one and the actual abortion on day two. Our Clinic provides referrals to have this procedure performed.
You can have a surgical abortion from 6-24 weeks of pregnancy. Initial consultation with a clinician here can occur in person or, for your convenience, by phone. An appointment can be scheduled as soon as the State of Michigan 24 hour mandate is satisfied.
The earliest abortion option can take place as early as 4 weeks following the first day of your last menstrual period.
Many patients prefer to end their pregnancy as soon as possible.
Vacuum aspiration abortion is performed between 6 and 12 weeks after your last menstrual period. This safe and simple procedure, which takes about 3 to 5 minutes, is the most commonly performed abortion in the United States.
The third procedure, for women in their second trimester (those who are between 12 and 24 weeks pregnant), is called a D&E. For this procedure, your cervix must be softened or dilated by one of two methods: (1) insertion of a laminaria or (2) use of a medication to soften the cervix. A clinician will review your ultrasound and medical history and then give you information and instructions for the safest dilation method for you of this type of abortion services.
Ultrasound / Lab Facilities
Scotsdale Women's Center provides diagnostic ultrasound to determine gestational size.
Morning After Pill in Detroit, MI
Morning After Pill
YOU MAY WALK IN DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS TO PURCHASE THE "MORNING AFTER PILL Also Called RU486 | Early Option Pill | Mifeprex" AT OUR RECEPTION WINDOW. Morning After Pill (emergency contraception) - Is a second chance to prevent pregnancy.
Emergency contraception (also known as the "morning after pill") is a safe and effective way to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or when birth control fails. Emergency contraception pills prevent pregnancy by temporarily stopping the release of an egg from a woman’s ovary; they may also prevent a fertilized egg from attaching to the uterus.
The morning after pill should be taken within 72 hours of unprotected vaginal intercourse. The sooner the pills are taken, the more effective they will be in preventing pregnancy. The "morning after pill" will not work if you are already pregnant. For more information Click Here.