Category: Abortion clinic in Paphos Morphou

Abortion clinic in Paphos Morphou

Our Abortion clinic in Paphos Morphou provides a diagnosis of pregnancy and follow-up checks until 25 weeks of pregnancy. We have time for patients and listen to their various worries and concerns, Prenatal diagnosis is available for several baby abnormalities, We provide confidential abortion services because we understand the need for confidentiality and have a legal duty to protect your privacy.

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When to choose medical abortion:
– If a woman prefers medications to a surgical procedure
– Up to 70 days of pregnancy, it is considered more effective than surgical abortion
– If a woman has congenital deformity of the uterus or narrowing of the lower part of the uterus (cervix)
● The woman can also take some medicines at home, which is more convenient

What is a non-surgical abortion?

Womens Clinic LA provides non-surgical abortions using Mifeprex, better known as the RU-486 abortion pill. The pill is considered safe and effective, with only a 5% chance that it won’t successfully end the pregnancy.

The procedure only takes a few minutes, but you’ll need to plan for a couple of hours to complete labs, fill out paperwork, and meet with our counselors.

About Mifeprex pills

Every year more women choose to use Mifeprex, a Non-Surgical Abortion pill, to terminate a pregnancy. One of the reasons is to avoid the potential risk of a surgical procedure like uterine perforation, scarring, or infection.  There is also a consideration of other risks of general anesthesia.

Mifeprex Abortion Pill or RU 486 is administered orally, followed by administration of Cytotec which can be inserted orally or vaginally to induce contractions resulting in spontaneous evacuating products of conception It is expected to have moderate to severe discomfort or cramps a few hours after administering Cytotec. Usually, the expulsion of the tissue occurs in about 6 to 24 hours.  About 5% of women using Mifeprex to terminate an early pregnancy will require a surgical evacuation due to a failure of the method or retained tissue or blood clots.

What can I expect from an IUD insertion procedure?

An IUD, or intrauterine device, works to prevent your eggs from being fertilized. Your provider inserts the T-shaped device into your uterus right in the comfort of our office in the South Bay.

The process is similar to having a routine pelvic exam. While you rest on the table, your nurse practitioner will go through the cervix to access your uterus.

What are the side effects of abortion pills?

Serious side effects of Mifeprex use for an abortion or early pregnancy are rare. They include excessive bleeding requiring a blood transfusion and serious infections. More common side effects include cramps, nausea or vomiting, headache, fever, dizziness, fatigue, body aches, and chills. They usually do not last more than 24-48 hours, It is important to see a medical provider if severe pain or fever persists over 24 hours.


What things should I keep in mind as I choose birth control?

The type of birth control you decide is a very personal decision. The helpful team at Women’s Clinic LA educates you about how each type works, so you can make an informed decision based on:

  • The possible risks
  • potential benefits
  • Your partner’s desires and habits
  • overall health
  • Your age
  •  medical history
  • You and your partner’s desire for children in the future
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