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Abortion clinic in Newcastle

At the Abortion clinic in Newcastle, We understand talking about abortion or choosing a method of birth control can be stressful, so we focus on each person’s unique needs, values, and situation. We got you!!.  If you are more than 12 weeks pregnant, your procedure will need to be performed by a doctor. We may need to book an appointment for you to return on a separate day, depending on the doctor’s availability. Abortion clinic in Newcastle call or WhatsApp 0638167664

Does my partner/boyfriend/husband need to know I am having an abortion?

The role your partner plays in your abortion is up to YOU. Many women choose to tell their partners, boyfriends, or husbands about their abortion. Legally, it is only YOU who makes the final decision whether to have an abortion, and your visit to CHOICES is completely private and confidential. On the day of your abortion, you will be assigned a counselor and or licensed social worker who will provide comprehensive pregnancy options counseling and our expert medical support staff will be by your side throughout your abortion. You will never be alone. Due to COVID-19 precautions, we are currently not allowing any outside support people including partners into our facility. If you do not have a support person to help escort you home after your abortion, CHOICES will help link you to a trusted volunteer escort with Haven Coalition who can help get you home safely and privately.

What is the RU-486 abortion pill?

RU-486 is the former name of mifepristone — one of the medications that you take to have a medication abortion. RU-486 is now called “the abortion pill” or “Mifeprex” (the brand name for mifepristone).

And also, RU-486 was developed in the 1980s. It’s been safely used in Europe since 1987, and in the US since 2000.

RU-486 blocks a hormone that your body needs to continue a pregnancy. It works best when you use it with another medication called misoprostol, which causes bleeding to empty your uterus.

The RU-486 abortion pill is a safe and effective way to end an early pregnancy.

How does the abortion pill work?

If you decide to terminate a pregnancy in its earliest stages (5-10 weeks), you may choose the abortion pill over a surgical abortion. The abortion pill process involves several steps and two different types of medicine that stop a pregnancy. The first pill you take prevents the pregnancy from growing. The second pill induces cramping and bleeding to empty your uterus, much like what happens during a miscarriage.

In most instances, with the abortion pill process, you terminate the pregnancy in 4-5 hours.

When can I take the abortion pill?

Depending on where you live, you may be able to get a medication abortion up to 77 days (11 weeks) after the first day of your last period. If it has been 78 days or more since the first day of your last period, you can have an in-clinic abortion to end your pregnancy.

Why do people choose the abortion pill?

Which kind of abortion you choose depends on your personal preference and situation. With medication abortion, some people like that you don’t need to have a procedure in a doctor’s office. You can have your medication abortion at home or in another comfortable place that you choose. You get to decide who you want to be with during your abortion, or you can go it alone. Because medication abortion is similar to a miscarriage, many people feel like it’s more “natural” and less invasive.

Your doctor, nurse, or health center staff can help you decide which kind of abortion is best for you.

What happens if I take the abortion pill after 11 weeks?

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The abortion pill is very effective, but it works less well when you’re more than 8 weeks pregnant. The effectiveness depends on how far along you are in your pregnancy and when you take the medicine. After 11 weeks, there’s a bigger chance of stronger bleeding or cramps.

You can make sure that your medication abortion works by taking a pregnancy test, ultrasound, or blood test. Your nurse or doctor will also walk you through everything you need to know during your medication abortion appointment.

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