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Madison Avenue Gynecology

Madison Avenue Gynecology

  • Abortion Pill up to 9 weeks, 6 days
  • Procedure Abortion up to 12 weeks
  • General Anesthesia / Conscious Sedation available
  • Most Insurance Accepted

Madison Avenue Gynecology

635 Madison Avenue, Suite 1200
New York, NY 10022

212-308-4988

ABOUT MADISON AVENUE GYNECOLOGY

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Madison Avenue Gynecology has been serving the New York metropolitan area for over 35 years. We are dedicated to offering the highest quality care as a New York abortion clinic for women between 5 to 12 weeks of gestation.

Our friendly staff consists of caring, professional individuals dedicated to helping others. If you have any questions or need to consult with a qualified health care specialist, contact us today at 212-308-4988. We are here for you.

PHYSICIAN OWNED AND OPERATED

Privately owned and operated by a physician, Madison Avenue Gynecology is different from most gynecological and abortion clinics in the New York metropolitan area. Whereas non-medical business people own many clinics with policies based mainly on the bottom line, our facility is run with our patients’ best interests at heart. We offer comprehensive abortion methods to suit our patients’ needs.

NEW YORK ABORTION CLINIC

Our medical professionals have been selected for their excellence in medicine as well as their devotion to putting the good of the patient first. Because our professionalism and high sensitivity to the patient is well established in the community, we receive referrals from physicians, hospitals and health care organizations throughout the tri-state region.

FEES, PAYMENTS & COVERAGE

Our office bills many insurance and HMO plans including UnitedHealthCare, Oxford, AETNA, Cigna, GHI, BC/BS and many others. Our fees are competitive and we accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.

When using your private insurance, a billing advocate will personally meet with you and coordinate all of your insurance needs.

he Abortion Pill
Mifeprex (Mifepristone) or RU-486 is prescribed as a non-surgical abortion method up to 9 weeks and 6 days after the beginning of the latest menstruation. The pill has approximately a 97% success rate. Our physicians will review your medical history and an ultrasound exam will confirm that it is early enough to perform this procedure. The dose of Mifeprex is administered in the office, and taken orally. You will be given instructions on how to take the second medication, Cytotec (Misoprostol) to take home with you.

What To Expect
Patients often experience abdominal pain, and cramping, for one to two hours and vaginal bleeding or spotting for approximately 9 to 16 days. Other less-common side effects include dizziness/nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and fatigue.

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Gentleway® Abortion
The Gentleway® Abortion (Manual Vacuum Aspiration/MVA) is done between 5-9 weeks of pregnancy. It is one of the least invasive procedures that we offer. The Gentleway® Abortion is done with a mini handheld vacuum, which produces gentle suction. The procedure takes about 5 minutes with no electronic machinery used, and no scraping is involved.

Minimal follow up or recovery time is necessary and you will be able leave the office able to resume normal activities.

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First Trimester Abortion
Surgical abortion is available within the first trimester up until 12 weeks of gestation. The surgery generally takes between five and ten minutes. You are then taken to the recovery room where you will be observed by our nursing staff for another thirty to sixty minutes before being released.

As each woman is different, each case will be different. Our Board Certified Gynecologists will review your case with you, and explain what is safe and appropriate.

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Choices For Anesthesia During Surgery

General Anesthesia/Conscious Sedation
The patient remains asleep during the entire abortion procedure. The patient may feel some discomfort upon awakening, similar to menstrual cramps.

Local Anesthesia
Medication is administered to numb the cervix. During the procedure, the patient will feel some discomfort resembling menstrual cramps.

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