Definitions for "Medical Abortion"
This non-surgical procedure involves the administration of a medication(s) to induce an abortion. Medications (e.g., methotrexate, mifepristone, misoprostol) are used most frequently early in the first trimester of pregnancy. However, some medications (e.g., prostaglandin suppositories, injectable prostaglandins) may also be administered during the second trimester of pregnancy to induce abortion. Medications may be administered orally, by injection, or intravaginally.
an alternative to surgical abortion and is usually done without entering the uterus
a way to end pregnancy without surgery
an even safer procedure than the suction curettage procedure
a noninvading procedure, that one you and its complete doctor
a non-invasive procedure, that you and your doctor complete together
Keywords:  trauma, superior, cervix, option, there
a superior option because there's no trauma to the cervix