Feasibility of Medical Abortion by Telemedicine in Mexico
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Ages Eligible for Study:
10 Years to 50 Years (Child, Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Women seeking abortion
Woman is pregnant and desires a medical abortion by remote consult (TeleILE)
Woman has access to internet or equipment for a remote consult
Woman can provide address to which abortifacient medications will be mailed
Woman reports no contraindications to medical abortion
The study site does not suspect an ectopic pregnancy or nonviable pregnancy
The gestational age allows sufficient time for the woman to take the mifepristone on or before 70 days of gestation
A feasible plan is made that the woman agrees to confirm complete abortion and to seek care to manage incomplete abortion complications
The woman understands and is likely to comply with study instructions and has granted informed consent to participate in the study.