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Camelback Family Planning/Gabrielle Goodrick, M.D. Mifeprex and Misoprostol Abortion Consent Form

I,__________________, hereby give permission for Gabrielle Goodrick, M.D. or designated provider to
perform a nonsurgical/medical abortion with Mifeprex and Misoprostol.

Please initial each line below:
DESCRIPTION:

_____ I understand that I am fewer than 9 weeks pregnant, and I have decided to have an abortion with the
medications Mifeprex and Misoprostol. These medications will cause an abortion by starting cramping and
vaginal bleeding like a heavy period or miscarriage. This method allows a pregnant woman to have an
abortion without putting instruments into the uterus.
______Mifeprex is a drug which blocks the action of progesterone, a hormone needed to continue the
pregnancy. Mifeprex has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for early abortion,
and has been used by millions of women in Asia and Europe (it has been referred to as "RU-486" or the
"French abortion pill"). Misoprostol is a drug used in the United States to prevent irritation or ulcers in the
stomach. When the FDA approved Mifeprex, it was approved for combination with Misoprostol. Studies have
shown that Mifeprex and Misoprostol, when used together, are approximately 95% effective in causing an
abortion in early pregnancy.
______The FDA-approved regimen has been altered based on more recent data from clinical research trials
here in the U.S. The alternative evidence-based regimen
has the same efficacy (i.e., it works 95% of the time), and is better tolerated by patients. For these reasons,
Dr. Goodrick as well as many abortion providers across the U.S. are using this alternative regimen.

PROCEDURE:

______The provider will take my medical history, and examine me to assess how many weeks pregnant I
am. An ultrasound will be done to determine how far along my pregnancy is. The ultrasound will be done by
putting the ultrasound probe in my vagina. I will have my blood drawn to check my blood type and for
anemia.
______I will swallow 200 mg Mifeprex (one tablet). This will be called "day 1".
24-48 hours later, I will place 800 mcg Misoprostol in your mouth as instructed.
______I will remain at home and plan to relax for the next 6 hours when bleeding or cramping will likely
occur. I understand that I will have access to a telephone and Dr. Goodrick's 24-hour emergency contact
information.
______I will contact my provider at 602-279-2337 if: I soak 2 or more maxi-pads per hour for 2 consecutive
hours; I have a sustained fever (100.4 F) or onset of fever a few days after Misoprostol; I have severe
abdominal pain not helped by pain medicine; or I have no bleeding within 24 hours after Misoprostol, which
may require more medication or evaluation for an ectopic pregnancy.
______I will return to the office around day 7. This follow-up appointment is very important to confirm that
termination of my pregnancy has occurred and that there has been no complications. At this visit, I will have
a vaginal ultrasound and urine pregnancy test. If my abortion has occurred, then I am done.

RISKS may include:

______Incomplete Abortion: As with a surgical abortion, some pregnancy tissue may remain in my uterus. If
this occurs, the provider will discuss my treatment options, which may include waiting one or more weeks,
using more Misoprostol, or having an aspiration, which is similar to a surgical abortion. If I decide to wait or
use more Misoprostol, and the abortion is still not complete, I will need an aspiration curettage. The risks of
an aspiration curettage include a risk of making a hole in the uterus, tearing the cervix, adverse reaction to
anesthesia that may be used, infection, excessive bleeding, and failure to remove all of the tissue from the
uterus.
______Vaginal bleeding: As with the surgical abortion, heavy bleeding can occur and blood clots may come
out of the vagina. If I have extremely heavy bleeding or dizziness, an aspiration curettage may be necessary
to stop the bleeding. The risks of the aspiration curettage are stated above. The risks of having very heavy
vaginal bleeding after Mifeprex/Misoprostol is about 1 per 100 (1%). The risk of needing a blood transfusion
after using Mifeprex/Misoprostol is about 1 per 1000 (0.1%).
______Continued pregnancy and birth defects: My pregnancy may not end after receiving the medications. If
this happens, birth defects are possible. Because of the risk of birth defects, I know that a surgical abortion is
strongly recommended to end the pregnancy. The risks of a first-trimester surgical abortion include a risk of
making a hole in the uterus, tearing the cervix, adverse reaction to the anesthesia that may be used,
infection, excessive bleeding, and failure to remove all the tissue from the uterus.
_______Side effects: The following side effects are possible (10-15%): nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever,
headaches, and chills. Most of these side effects last less than a day. I will have cramping in my lower
abdomen and may need pain medications for this reason.
_______Ectopic pregnancy: A rare condition which is a complication of pregnancy rather than the abortion is
an ectopic pregnancy or a pregnancy in the fallopian tube. I understand that if the pregnancy is in the
fallopian tube or outside the uterus, neither a surgical abortion nor a Mifeprex/Misoprostol abortion will
remove the pregnancy, and due to the possible threat of rupture of the fallopian tube, hospitalization may be
necessary as soon as it is discovered.
_______ Infection: There is a very rare risk of serious bacterial infection after a medical abortion. There is a
1 in 100,000 risk of developing fatal septic shock. There would be a risk of developing this infection following
childbirth, miscarriage, surgical abortion or after other types of surgeries. If more than 24 hours after taking
the second medicine (Misoprostol) I have severe abdominal pain or discomfort, or are ‘feeling sick’ including
weakness, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, with or without fever, I will contact Dr. Goodrick
right away. If I visit an emergency room or another health care provider who does not prescribe Mifeprex, I
will tell them I am undergoing a medical abortion. I understand this risk is higher than surgical abortion and
accept this risk.
_______ It is unknown if antibiotic use might prevent this very rare infection. Dr. Goodrick feels it could help
and recommends Doxycycline 100mg twice a day for 5 days. Many providers are doing this and they will be
provided for you to take as directed.

COSTS AND PAYMENTS:

_______I will receive medical care for my abortion as described above (including information about birth
control) at a charge of $__________. This fee includes payment for a surgical abortion if needed. The fee
does not include charges incurred for an emergency room visit or for care at another facility.

VOLUNTARY CONSENT:

_______I have been informed of other choices during early pregnancy including continuing the pregnancy
and becoming a parent, continuing the pregnancy and making adoption arrangements, and surgical abortion.
I have been informed of the risks involved with a surgical abortion and a medical abortion, and the risks
involved with continuing the pregnancy. I understand that I may choose to have a surgical abortion at any
time after I start the medical abortion, although I will need to pay for this care if it is not medically necessary.
_______I have fully disclosed my medical history including the date of my last menstrual period, allergies,
blood conditions, prior medications or drugs, and reactions to medications or drugs. I certify that I have read
this form or that it has been read to me. I understand its contents, and any questions have been answered to
my satisfaction. I certify that I have been given the Mifeprex Medication Guide and that I have had an
opportunity to read it and discuss it with my provider.
_______I understand why Dr. Goodrick is recommending the alternative evidence-based regimen and I
understand that this consent form amends the signed Patient Agreement. I understand that Dr. Goodrick
thinks this is the best regimen for me. I will be given a 200 mg dose of Mifeprex and an 800 mcg dose of
buccal Misoprostol rather than the FDA-approved regimen of 600 mg Mifeprex and 400 mcg oral Misoprostol
because current research shows that this is safe and effective and causes less stomach upset. Based on
conversations with Dr. Goodrick and the information she has provided, I have chosen the method that is best
for me.
A new Arizona law prohibits a physician from providing an abortion based on the sex or race of the fetus or
the race of either parent. It also prohibits a physician from accepting payment for an abortion sought for
those reasons. Because of this new law, we are asking our patients to sign a statement affirming that they
are not seeking an abortion because of the sex or race of the fetus, the race of the father, or their own race.
CERTIFICATION THAT ABORTION IS NOT BEING PERFORMED ON THE BASIS OF SEX OR RACE ______I certify that my decision to have an abortion is not based on the sex or race of the fetus, the race of the father, or my own race. I further certify that the abortion is not being financed because of the sex or race of the fetus. ______________________________________________________________________________________ PATIENT'S SIGNATURE _____________________________ DATE _____________________ MEDICAL PROVIDER'S SIGNATURE ______________________________ MEDICAL STAFF SIGNATURE____________________________ Version 7:7/11

Source: http://www.camelbackfamilyplanning.com/PDF/Medical%20Consent%207-11.pdf

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