Abortion clinic in Heatherview
Abortion Clinic in Heatherview has made it possible for women who have had an unwanted pregnancy to have a safe and private termination. We only use safe and tested drugs that are administered by our registered medical professionals, ensuring that your termination is quick and safe. Pregnancy Abortion Pills to end a pregnancy. If you need to have an abortion in the comfort of your home, then order our abortion pills for a quick & pain-free abortion. Get the best abortion service at our clinic. Abortion clinic in Heatherview call or WhatsApp +27638167664
Is medical abortion safe?
Yes – Medical abortion is very safe. Unless there is a very rare and serious complication that is not treated, there is no risk to future pregnancies or to the patient’s health. Having an abortion does not increase a woman’s risk of breast cancer or affect fertility. Emotional problems after an abortion are rare and are more likely to happen in women who must end a pregnancy for health reasons, people who do not have support, or people who have a history of mental health issues. Most women feel relief after an abortion.
At Central Women’s Clinic, we specialize in non-surgical abortion and have a 98% success rate. Our board-certified doctors and multilingual medical team will ensure that you get the care you deserve.
Do I have to come back for a check-up after a medical abortion?
Yes. We will schedule a follow-up visit at the clinic 2-3 weeks after your procedure. At this time, we will perform all necessary tests to make sure you are no longer pregnant.
You can receive medical abortion treatment as soon as you find out you are pregnant, privately and discreetly. Two types of medications are used: Mifepristone (Mifeprex or RU-486) and Misoprostol (Cytotec) tablets. The first medication, Mifepristone, blocks the action of progesterone, a hormone needed to maintain pregnancy. The second medication, Misoprostol, causes the uterus to expel the products of conception. Both are tablets a patient takes by mouth (orally).
The medication works very early in pregnancy and allows you to avoid surgery. It is a non-invasive option; it involves no surgical instruments and anesthesia is unnecessary. After your initial visit to the clinic, the process can take place in the privacy of your own home, at a time right for you.
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. Often the pregnancy is passed into the toilet. You may not see it specifically, and it may appear as a clot.
Side effects of the medication may include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and shivering. Once the pregnancy has passed, your bleeding will usually lessen and become a slightly heavier period. It may continue to be quite heavy for a day or two as the uterus needs to contract and return to its normal size. Most women pass the pregnancy within 4 or 5 hours after taking the misoprostol. For others, it can be quicker or take longer.
Before your abortion, you’ll meet with our nurse, doctor, or health center counselor to talk about whether abortion is the right decision for you, and what your abortion options are.
Our nurses or doctor will let you know if there’s anything else you need to do to prepare for your abortion. They’ll give you written instructions on how to care for yourself after your abortion and how to take any medication they give you. You’ll also get a number you can call 24/7 if you have any questions or concerns.
You’ll probably have some bleeding and cramping after your abortion. So plan ahead to make your recovery time more comfortable. Give yourself the rest of the day to relax. Have maxi pads ready, and a heating pad for cramps in case you need it. Make sure you have some pain medication like ibuprofen (Advil or Motrin) — but don’t take aspirin because it can make you bleed more.