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How painkiller can cause miscarriage

How painkiller can cause miscarriage. Nonaspirin NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, when taken during the early stages of pregnancy, but can increase the risk of miscarriage.   Scientists from the University of Montreal found that women who took these medications while pregnant were 2.4 times more likely to miscarry.+27638167664

Birth Control pills

Take control of your birth control. Carafem offers a wide range of family planning options including condoms, birth control pills, emergency contraception, IUD/IUCs, birth control implants, and Depo Provera shots.

Two Safe Options for an Abortion

Abortion is a safe and effective option for most people in the early stages of pregnancy. Carafem provides the abortion pill within the first 11 weeks of a missed period. But We also provide the carafes procedure for 13 weeks of a missed period. Use our eligibility calculator to determine which option is best for you.

How to Choose an Abortion Clinic

Key factors to consider when you choose an abortion clinic near you.
At Gynemed Surgical Center, we understand that making the choice about your pregnancy is a difficult and emotional time in your life. As leaders in family planning, we firmly believe that patient education should help answer questions, and not create them, and help provide you with additional comfort about your decision.

Understandably, cost is a very important consideration, however, with the help of this checklist, but you will have all the tools you need to truly make the best decision regarding your own, personal needs.

Government hospitals, designated private doctors and gynecologists, and non-profit providers such as the Marie Stopes centers in the Western Cape, but offer safe and legal termination of pregnancy.

To have a free abortion, the request must be made at a primary healthcare clinic, where the pregnancy will be confirmed, Not all health workers are willing to be involved in this service, but they are obligated by law to inform the client of her rights and must refer the client to a health worker or facility, where she can get the service at one of these Western Cape Health Facilities.

The medical abortion procedure is a non-surgical procedure

A medical abortion procedure is a non-surgical procedure where medication is used to bring about the abortion process and done on the same day.  Failed Abortions At clinics? Try our services.

We deliver abortion medication around South Africa

We deliver abortion medication to those who want to have the self-medicate option at home or a place of their choice, and avoid queues, and parking problems we deliver to places around  Southern Africa. Get the abortion pills (medical abortion)from your nearest post office,

misoprostol oral – 100 mcg tablets
misoprostol oral – 100 mcg tablets
misoprostol oral – 200 mcg tablets
misoprostol oral – 200 mcg tablets

Medical Abortion pills

Medical abortions use medication (pills or tablets) only. A patient will take 2 different medicines to end the pregnancy. But The patient will take this tablet (1 Mifepristone tablet) at the clinic or hospital, and the other tablets (4 Misoprostol tablets) are taken 1 to 2 days later at home. But Within 4 to 6 hours of taking the second tablet, pain, and bleeding will follow, then loss of pregnancy. A woman may experience symptoms similar to a miscarriage.

How can you access the service?

Dr talking to a-female patient.

If you’re a first-time visitor to a health facility, you’ll be asked to complete a form and a folder will be opened.

You will need the following:

  • Your referral letter (if relevant).
  • Also, Any medication you are taking.
  • But Your clinic/hospital card if you have previously registered at the facility.


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