Atlanta Comprehensive Wellness Clinic

1874 Piedmont Ave NE Suite 570E Atlanta, Georgia 30324

| Mon - Sat (8:00am - 5:00pm)

770 212-9660

Post- Operative Exam

Please call us at (770) 212-9660 to schedule your post-operative examination.

Post- Operative Exam

You can expect to return to most normal activities within 24 hours after an abortion procedure. ACWC offers an opportunity to follow-up at the clinic, free of charge.

Surgical Abortion

ACWC offers the option to return to our clinic 1-4 weeks after your surgical procedure. The follow-up exam includes a quick ultrasound to confirm that the uterus is empty and healing properly. A provider will review the image and meet with you as needed.

Medical Abortion 

You will complete a follow-up visit via video, zoom, or in-person visit to ensure the successful passage of the pregnancy. While medical abortions are 92-98% effective, there are rare cases where the patient remains pregnant after a medical abortion procedure. If this is the case, our staff at ACWC will be able to prescribe additional medication or recommend a procedure to fully clear the uterus. If you have traveled a long distance or received the medical abortion pill by mail, we will discuss alternative follow-up options. 

ACWC will always work with you to provide convenient, follow-up care. Your future health is also important to us. Please let us know if we can assist you with annual exams, contraception, or other health services.


To inquire about our Medical Abortion services by mail, please contact us at 770-212-9652.

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1874 Piedmont Ave NE
Suite 570E
Atlanta, Georgia 30324

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