Abortion Clinic / Termination 062 791 6086

Medical Abortion also known as early termination of pregnancy involves taking a pair of pills before 12 weeks of pregnancy. The two pills are routinely prescribed in combination; the first terminates the pregnancy, while the second causes uterine contractions and expels it and now days women prefer having abortions by taking the abortion pill than undergoing a surgical abortion.

What is the abortion pill?

Termination / Abortion Pills are tablets that end a pregnancy by blocking the female hormone called Progesterone. Without progesterone a pregnancy can not survive.

Safe Abortion Pills are effective in terminating a pregnancy because it looks like a miscarriage.

After the abortion we shall offer you womb cleaning pills and antibiotics to prevent any infections during the healing process.

Abortions that are performed with pills are also called medical abortion.

The Termination / Abortion pill up to 10 weeks

For pregnancies under 10 weeks’ gestation you may take the medical termination at the same time, or you may leave the clinic after taking the first set of pill and return 1-3 days later to take the second set of pills. Your healthcare professional will discuss your particular options with you – there are different potential risks involved with each option. Taking both medicines at the same time is convenient for many women but causes more side effects and is less effective than when the medicines are taken at least one day apart. It is important that you understand the differences between your options – so please read the table below and talk to your healthcare professional about what is best for you.

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An understanding professional patient educator will speak with you in a private session. Reviewing the procedure for all abortion methods and aftercare instructions and answer your questions. Email: info@guwomenclinic.co.za  call and Whats App (+27) 62 791 6086

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  • 122 President Street, Jhb 2001