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Tallahassee Abortion Clinic – North Florida Women’s Services

If you’re looking for an abortion clinic in Tallahassee, Florida, North Florida Women’s Services, Inc. has been providing reproductive health services, including abortion, to the women of North Florida and South Georgia since 1981.

North Florida Women's Services abortion clinic in Tallahassee, Florida
North Florida Women’s Services
2412 West Plaza Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32308


Their abortion clinic has a long-standing reputation for delivering quality care in a compassionate and educational environment.

Their Board Certified/Board Eligible Gynecologists offer two types of first trimester abortion services: surgical abortion (vacuum aspiration), and medical abortion (RU486, Abortion by Pill). Other services include FREE pregnancy testing. Call them for hours of availability.

North Florida Women’s Services (“NFWS”) is the most referred to state licensed abortion clinic in North Central Florida and has been active in keeping women’s reproductive services safe and legal since 1981.

Their dedicated staff is available during office hours to discuss questions, offer referral information, or make an appointment for one of their services.

They provide safe, compassionate, and private services to patients not only in Tallahassee, Florida, but to all of the surrounding North Florida cities spanning from Pensacola to Jacksonville, FL. They also provide abortion services to patients from South Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.


National Abortion Federation (NAF)

The National Abortion Federation (“NAF”) is an association of medical professionals who provide assistance to women seeking abortions including educational materials and sometimes financial assistance to women that qualify. (800) 772-9100



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First Trimester Abortion is a non-surgical medical abortion procedure “Abortion Pill”

What to Expect:

*Offered to patients who are between 5weeks 3days minimum – 11weeks maximum*


After completing the preliminary meeting, patients will consult with the physician who will determine, by ultrasound, the age and location of the pregnancy. If the patient is eligible for the medication abortion the physician will provide the first medication, Mifeprex, to be taken by mouth in our office. This medication blocks the action of progesterone, a hormone needed to sustain a developing pregnancy. This causes the uterine lining to thin and the pregnancy to detach from the uterine wall.

The second medication, Misoprostol, will be given to the patient to take home. The physician will instruct her on how and when to use this medication. Misoprostol causes the uterus to contract, which aids in expelling the pregnancy.

First trimester surgical abortion procedure Vacuum Aspiration


*Offered to patients who are between 5w 3d minimum – 13w 6d maximum*

Vacuum aspiration patients will meet with the physician prior to entering the exam room. This is an excellent opportunity to discuss any additional questions or concerns you may have. Trained female workers attend each patient throughout her abortion experience to provide emotional support and assist with relaxation.

Soothing music, lighting, and our commitment to assisting each patient individually help to provide a safe and supportive environment.

The Procedure

Once in the exam room, the patient will be left with instructions to undress from the waist down and given a drape sheet to cover with. When the physician and support staff return, an ultrasound will be done to determine the age and location of the pregnancy. Nitrous oxide gas, a mild sedative that helps with relaxation, will be offered at no additional cost.

The doctor will insert a speculum into the vagina, similar to a pap-smear, so that the doctor can see the patients cervix. Then the cervix is prepared first with a disinfectant called betadine. This will feel cold and wet. Then the doctor will numb the cervix using a local anesthetic called lidocaine. This will be administered via 3 injections which will feel like a slight pinch and burn. Typically the third injection is not felt as the cervix will be sufficiently numbed.

Once prepared the cervical opening is gently dilated. After dilation a small cannula is inserted through the cervical opening into the uterine cavity. The cannula is attached to the aspirator which provides a light suction to remove the pregnancy. The aspiration usually last for about 2 minutes, and then the procedure is complete.

Women describe the pain or discomfort associated with the procedure as mild to moderate to severe cramping. Most women tolerate the procedure well without additional sedation which can increase risks and prolong recovery time. Once the procedure is finished the doctor and support staff will exit the room, but first the patient will be directed to re-dress. A support staff member will return a few minutes later to guide the patient to the recovery room.

CALL North Florida Women’s Services a reputable Tallahassee abortion clinic for your abortion care needs. (800) 772-9100

North Florida Women’s Services is a #REALCLINIC.

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