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Abortion clinic in Boipatong

Abortion Clinic in Boipatong,  Gauteng Province, South Africa with an experience of over 20 years Specializing in Abortion which is a safe and Medically approved way to end or terminate a pregnancy using safe Abortion methods/Pills and has a wide range of Services and a team of well-trained staff that will help you make a proper decision to meet your task great or small. Two sets of medication are administered to terminate the pregnancy. The first medication is given orally to the women at the clinic and will weaken the attachment of the pregnancy to the womb. The second set of medication causes the womb to contract, and bleed and this expels the pregnancy.

Safe abortion pills for sale in Boipatong

Abortion Pills Termination pills medical abortion early pregnancy abortion non-surgical abortion pills Medical and surgical abortion are both very good depending on your circumstances. Medical is very cheap and can be done in the comfort of your home safely. Surgical is done only at a clinic, and it is very expensive, and it may involve appointments and waiting.

So you choose what you want depending on where you are. If you are in a rural area, or you are short of money, go to medical termination where a pill is used. It is quick and safe and you.

Medication abortion is often referred to as the “abortion pill”. In fact, it’s actually 2 pills taken as directed by a trained provider. The first pill is taken and you wait. The next one is taken the same day (at the earliest) but no later than 72 hours – at home.

Not everyone is eligible to have a medication abortion. You must be within the first 12 weeks of LMP to qualify.

The timing of when you administer your medication is important. If your pregnancy is 10 weeks gestation, you will need to come into the clinic to take your medications.

  • Step 1 – You will swallow the first medicine (mifepristone) with water
  • Step 2 – 1 to 2 days later you will take the second medicine (misoprostol)
  • Step 3 – 3 to 4 hours after the first dose of misoprostol, you will take another dose

You will then pass the pregnancy at home.

Can I continue breastfeeding during a medical abortion?

What You Should Know About Medical vs. Surgical Abortions!

Both mifepristone and misoprostol pass into the breast milk but the amounts are small and should not cause any adverse effects in breastfed infants. Breastfeeding may continue uninterrupted following mifepristone and misoprostol. If breastfeeding an infant under 6 months of age, express and discard milk whilst taking codeine and for the first feed after the last dose of codeine.

Will having an abortion cause problems with future pregnancies?

If your abortion is uncomplicated, there should be no issues with future pregnancies as a result of the abortion.
There are no proven associations between abortion and future infertility, ectopic pregnancy, or placenta praevia.
Having an abortion may be associated with future pregnancies ending before the due date. This risk appears to increase when someone has had more than one abortion.

How will I feel afterward?

Every woman is different so they feel, experience, and cope in a way that is individual to them. There is no evidence to suggest that you will experience any mental health issues as a result of an abortion. However, if you have a history of mental health problems you may still have those problems whether you choose to have the abortion or not.

What about travel after treatment?

Travel is not ideal in the first 24 hours after using misoprostol. You may experience symptoms whilst in transit. You will need to know how to access emergency services in case of a complication.

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