1428 N. Farwell Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53202
(800) 498-0424 | (414) 278-0424

Affiliated Medical Services ("AMS") provides high-quality abortion care with compassion and confidentiality.

Our clinic is certified by the National Abortion Federation. Our medical director is a physician who has performed abortions for over 30 years. Our staff has extensive experience with surgical and medical abortions, many types of contraception, and testing and treatment for sexually-transmitted diseases.

Patient Comments

"I just wanted to let you know that the entire staff was so comforting during my procedure and that is just what I needed."

"I appreciated that, despite the unpleasant circumstances, I was treated with kindness and acceptance, from the volunteer escorts to the nurse who helped me out the door. Thanks to all of you for providing an essential service with gentleness and humanity."

"I would like to show my appreciation to your staff and clinic. It's great to know there is still some trust in this world."

"When I called, the lady on the phone was very helpful, making it easier for me. Upon arrival, I was greeted courteously, promptly, and with respect. I found your medical staff extremely caring, confident, and understanding."

"I came alone, frightened, and extremely nervous. However, each and every one of you, from the front desk to the recovery room, helped ease that anxiety. You all showed concern and friendliness, and were quite informative. Dr. Smith was professional yet pleasant, which meant so much to me. I was not alone after all. I had the support of all of you."

"You have given me the gift of choice. You have put me back in control of my own destiny. And because of your compassion, I will never allow anyone else to choose for me again."

"I was very pleased and impressed with your office. I was extremely apprehensive concerning my appointment, but was made to feel amazingly comfortable and relaxed because of everybody there. Your office is well-run and staffed with wonderful people."

"Your kindness and caring at a difficult time in my life is greatly appreciated."

"I knew the minute I walked in it would be very different from my experiences elsewhere. I was warmly greeted by every staff member I came in contact with. The nurse, the aides, and the counselor all made sure that I understood everything going on and that I was comfortable about the decision I had made. I chose to go through this on my own for many reasons. This makes everyone's help and understanding even more important. Please let your staff know how much I value the warm and friendly treatment I received at a time when I most needed it."

"Thank you for helping me get my life back on track."

"I am writing to thank all of you for your support and kindness. You helped me deal with this day without shame. You did not judge me. You held my hand and even wiped tears from my face. You treated me like a woman. You treated me with respect. All the tenderness helped me cope with my pain and sorrow. I hope you have some sense of how grateful are the women you have helped."

"I would like to thank everyone who helped make my experience as comfortable as possible. I had a minor complication at the end of the procedure, and the staff handled the situation calmly and efficiently. I was relieved to see how easily the problem was corrected, and after careful monitoring, I was able to go home. The entire staff was courteous and sensitive to my situation, and the compassion I felt was greatly appreciated. If a friend is ever in need of your services, I would be comfortable recommending you to her."

"I am sorry I don't remember everyone's names, but I do remember everyone's faces very clearly. Everyone seemed to go out of their way to be extra nice to me. You made my very hard situation seem important to all of you. You have made such a positive impact on me. There are still special people out there who really care."

"I would like to thank you for making me feel comfortable at such a difficult time."

"This was the hardest decision of my life. Though I was confident in my decision, it was still very frightening facing the unknown. All of you were so supportive of myself and my boyfriend. We are truly grateful for your kindness."

"You made my visit seem less stressful. You made sure I was comfortable. I appreciate the fact that you made sure all was well before I left. I didn't feel like I was put through a factory lineup. Thanks you to Dr. Smith and your awesome staff."

"Thanks for your gentle words, smiles, and understanding. Your dedication to a woman's right to choose is greatly appreciated."

Birth Control Wisconsin: Abortion Clinic Affiliated Medical Services

Annual Exam with Pap Smear $100
Additional testing is available for STDs or vaginal infection at an additional cost

Birth Control
• Oral Contraceptives --- our office offers a full line of Birth Control Pills
• Depo Provera --- quarterly injection
• IUD Insertions --- Intrauterine Device (10 years)
• IUS Insertions , New Mirena Intrauterine System (5 Years) available

To get more information about the types of Birth control options we offer, please click on the following links:
http://www.shortperiod.com
http://www.femconfe.com
http://www.yaz.com
http://www.nuvaring.com
http://www.mirena.com

Other Medical Services
• The Morning After Pill (Emergency Contraception)
• Sexually-Transmitted Disease Testing and Treatment (Male & Female)
• Breast Exams and Pap Smears
• Birth Control Prescriptions
• HIV/AIDS testing
• Urinary tract infection
• Free Pregnancy Test
• Vaginitis testing & treatment

Morning After Pill/Emergency Contraception

What is the Morning After Pill?
The morning after pill is also called Plan B. It is a form of emergency contraception. This means it can prevent pregnancy if taken 1-3 days after unprotected sex.

When can I use Plan B?
You can use it 1-3 days after:
• Condom failed
• Other birth control failed
• No birth control was used
• A rape or date rape

How much time do I have?
Plan B works best if taken within 3 days. You can take it up to 5 days after unprotected sex, but it does not work as well.

How well does it work?
Plan B reduces the risk of pregnancy by about 89%.

Is it an abortion pill?
No. If you are already pregnant, Plan B will not end or harm the pregnancy.

Are there side effects?
Yes. Nausea and vomiting are most common. To prevent them, take the pill with food, or take an anti-nausea medicine (Benadryl or Dramamine). Other side effects are cramping, fatigue, dizziness, and headache. These normally go away within 24 hours.

Do I need a prescription?
Not if you are over 18. If you are under 18, our doctor can write a prescription for you. Just ask us.

Where can I get Plan B?
You can buy it at Walgreen’s and other pharmacies. Ask at the pharmacy window and they should give it to you. You can also buy it at the clinic.

How much does it cost?
We charge $40. Other pharmacies charge $35-$60.

Will it affect my period?
Plan B can make your next period a few days early or late. Your next period may also be very heavy.

What if I don’t get my period?
If you do not have a period within 3 weeks, you could be pregnant. Take a home pregnancy test right away.

Can I take it more than once?
Yes, but don’t use it as a regular form of birth control. Ask us about other forms of birth control that are more effective.

 

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