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Medication Abortion for Pregnancy of Unknown Location

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Medication Abortion for Pregnancy of Unknown Location

The purpose of this study is to compare time to completed abortion between two protocols for patients seeking medication abortion - same-day start versus delay-for-diagnosis - in the setting of asymptomatic, low-risk, pregnancy of unknown location.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
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Same-day-start

Patients seeking medication abortion who are shown to have an asymptomatic, low-risk pregnancy of unknown location who are randomized to same-day start will have their medication abortion initiated on the day that they present for services while simultaneously ruling out ectopic pregnancy with serial hcg testing

Delay-for-diagnosis

Patients seeking medication abortion who are shown to have an asymptomatic, low-risk pregnancy of unknown location who are randomized to delay-for-diagnosis will first have ectopic pregnancy ruled out with serial hcg and ultrasounds prior to initiating medication abortion

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Medication Abortion for Pregnancy of Unknown Location

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NCT04026789

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