Abortion clinic in Silverton
Our private Women clinic abortion clinic in Silverton offers early pregnancy termination, late trimester surgical termination & womb cleaning services. If you need to have a termination in the comfort of your home, then order our termination pills for a quick & pain-free procedure. We provide both medical abortion termination using abortion pills & surgical abortions depending on the weeks of the pregnancy.
A medical abortion with Mifepristone and Misoprostol is 98% effective and has the same health risks as having a spontaneous miscarriage. There are some potential risks, however, that you should keep in mind.
One risk is the abortion may not terminate your pregnancy. If you continue to experience pregnancy symptoms after taking the pills, such as nausea or tender breasts, you may have an ongoing pregnancy. It’s recommended you do a pregnancy test after 3 weeks to confirm you are no longer pregnant. It’s important you wait for at least three weeks before you do the test. Your body could still have pregnancy hormones that could yield a false positive.
Another risk is you could have an incomplete abortion. This means the pregnancy is terminated, but there are still remains left in your uterus. If the remaining tissue stays in your body, you could develop complications such as heavy bleeding or an infection. If you have abdominal pain that does not go away after a few days, severe pain, too much bleeding (more than a regular period), fever, or prolonged bleeding, you may have an incomplete abortion. Three weeks after the abortion, you may also continue to get positive pregnancy tests if the abortion is incomplete. In this case, you should have an ultrasound done to verify there is no remaining tissue left in your body. If you do not have any signs of a complication, you can take two more tablets of Misoprostol to expel the remaining tissue.
Lastly, the abortion pills will not work if you have an ectopic pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy is when the fetus is located outside of the uterus (usually in the fallopian tubes). In this case, the pills will not be effective, and you will need to seek medical attention. Ectopic pregnancies are rare but can lead to serious health risks and need to be treated right away. If you experience severe or ongoing pain after the abortion, particularly on one side, you may have an ectopic pregnancy. It’s important to check that your pregnancy has ended with a pregnancy test after three weeks. If your test is positive, it’s important to get a medical checkup, as you may have an ectopic pregnancy.
Termination is a time-sensitive decision and action. You have to decide and act early. At some point, you may not even get help! There are 2 ways of ending a pregnancy: in-clinic abortion & the abortion pill. Both are safe, effective, and very common. If you’re pregnant and thinking about abortion, We’re here to help!
Which abortion method is safer?
- Medical abortion (abortion with a pill) and surgical abortion are both safe and effective. All abortion pills are safe. Just make sure that you get the right abortion pills sealed in a sachet.
- Suction abortion (also called vacuum aspiration) is the most common type of in-clinic abortion procedure.
It uses gentle suction to empty your uterus.
- Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) is another kind of in-clinic abortion procedure.
Having an abortion doesn’t affect your fertility in most cases. You can actually get pregnant just a few weeks after having an abortion, even if you haven’t had a period yet. This will depend on how far along you were in your pregnancy before the abortion happened