Abortion clinic in Queenstown
Abortion clinic in Queenstown is one of the safest women’s clinics that uses both surgical abortion and medication that could end an early pregnancy from a week up to twenty-eight weeks. We are one of the world’s leading pro-choice women’s clinics in Johannesburg Carlton Center, providing top-of-the-line safe abortion services, and post-abortion care to help women who are planning to terminate their pregnancy cope better and be able to move on from such a traumatic experience.
Is an abortion painful? How long will I feel pain after an abortion
Every woman experiences pain differently, and what seems very painful to one person may not seem painful at all to another. The physical experience that you have during an abortion will vary depending on the type of abortion you choose to have (surgical vs. medical abortion) and the type of anesthetic you choose (local vs. IV sedation).
Women who choose to have a surgical abortion with a local anesthetic will often tell us that they experienced strong cramping and a feeling of pressure during the procedure. How intense the cramps are will vary from person to person. But This cramping should be alleviated with over the counter pain medication. This cramping should be alleviated with over the counter pain medication. Severe, intense pain is not normal after an abortion and could be an indication that something is not OK. If you are experiencing extreme pain after your procedure, please call us immediately
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What is the difference between a medical abortion (abortion pill) and emergency contraception pills (morning after pill)?
A lot of people are confused about the difference between medical abortion (also known as “medication abortion”) and emergency contraceptive pills (also known as “morning-after pills”)! Emergency contraception pills help to prevent pregnancy; medical abortion terminates an established pregnancy.
According to the best scientific evidence available, all FDA-approved emergency contraception pills work by interfering with ovulation or fertilization before pregnancy begins and are not able to terminate an established pregnancy.
Be careful when you search for information online about this topic, as there are many anti-abortion websites that contain misleading statements and misinformation.
Medical abortion involves the use of medications that induce abortion. For most women, the medical abortion process is similar to having a miscarriage. This option is only available early in the pregnancy. The Atlanta Women’s Center uses the FDA approved medications mifepristone and misoprostol for medical abortions. Mifepristone is also known as RU-486 or Mifeprex®.