If you are seeking a late-term abortion in Delaware, Capital Women's Services is here to help you. The reality is that late term abortion care may not be available in Delaware because of laws which limit the availability of late term abortions.
Delaware has a gestational law that limits abortion care at 24 weeks. This means past 24 weeks, it can become difficult to find providers in the US which are able to provide adequete late term abortion care. Additionally any minor who is not legally emancipated must notify at least one parent 24 hours before an abortion, or be forced to go through judicial bypass. But Capital Women’s Services is ready to help women from Delaware who need a later abortion - whether a late second trimester abortion or even a third trimester abortion.
Washington, DC does not have the same legal restrictions as Delaware. This means that Capital Women's Services is able to be a late term practice without legal restrictions. This means we may be able to help you in getting late term abortion care.
Our doctors are all board-certified Ob/Gyns who are all experienced abortion providers and who have all held medical school faculty positions and full admitting privileges at university hospitals. Under certain circumstances, we can offer later term abortion care to Delaware women, and we can offer such late 2nd trimester abortion care and 3rd trimester abortion care in either in a university hospital or in our outpatient facility.
If you are traveling to Capital Women's Services for a late term abortion from Delaware, you may need to make travel arrangements. Capital Women's Services talented and caring patient advocacy team can help you with your travel arrangements.
These types of late term abortions are handled on a case-by-case basis and each woman will work with her own dedicated Patient Advocate to make the process as easy as possible for her.
If you wish to learn more about our late-term abortion care, click Here, or to make an appointment for a late term abortion, please feel free to call our dedicated Patient Advocates at 202-400-0235.