Abortion clinic in Ar Rakiyat Qatar
In Abortion clinic in Ar Rakiyat Qatar, We only offer abortion pills to terminate unwanted pregnancy from 1 week-6 Months. We then advise you to use surgery if it’s beyond 6 months. Also, we offer free sonar and pregnancy care to those who want to keep the baby. Our clinic is operated by qualified doctors assisted by a registered female nurses who have both have several years of experience in the field of pregnancy termination, so rest assured you will be in safe hands while you order from our clinic.
– If a woman prefers medications over a surgical procedure
– If a woman has a congenital deformity of the uterus or narrowing of the lower part of the uterus (cervix)
– The woman can take some medications at home, which is more convenient.
The abortion pill is usually safer than a medical abortion or surgical abortion, but it should only be considered in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. Like any procedure, the use of the abortion pill can result in complications, but if used under the supervision of a medical doctor, the chances of complications are greatly reduced. But Your doctor will be best suited to handle any complications should they arise.
Why do you stop offering abortion at 24 weeks?
The law that governs abortion in Qatar restricts procedures to 24 weeks except in some cases where there is a threat to the woman’s health. Dr Mark’s abortion clinic, in South Africa, is only designated to provide abortion services for up to 24 weeks.
Dangers and side effects of abortion pills?
Common side effects include abdominal pain, cramping, bleeding, and spotting for up to 2 weeks after using the pill. Other side effects that may occur include drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, and fevers. Side effects may not occur in every case and if you are experiencing any symptoms that are persisting, you should consult with your medical doctor immediately.
Before one week, pregnancy can be difficult to detect on a scan or by doing a physical exam. Sometimes even at 2 or 3 weeks, a pregnancy can be too small to detect on a scan, and you may be asked to rebook and visit the centre in another week. This is for your safety.
The Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act states that a woman can have an abortion at any age and should never be denied the service because of her age. If you’re young we advise you to chat to a trusted adult (a parent, aunt, or teacher) and ask someone to accompany you to the center for your appointment, but this is not required.
You’ll experience bleeding and some cramping. It’s very important you use pads and not tampons to avoid infection. You’ll be advised to take pain relief in the form of Paracetamol and/or Ibuprofen. Please do not take Aspirin. The cramps may become strong – this is a normal part of the abortion process. Bleeding may get heavier and you may pass clots. This is usually at the time you begin to lose your pregnancy. You may not see it specifically, and it may appear as a clot.