Women’s Clinic in Kyrenia
Women’s Clinic in Kyrenia is a private and personal healthcare center for women of all ages in Kyrenia, Cyprus.
Nurse Neo and the team of skilled providers at Women’s Clinic in Kyrenia offer a comprehensive menu of services, including gynecology, prenatal care, family planning services, and vaccinations.
Since 1992, the clinic has specialized in comprehensive female healthcare services for women from adolescence through menopause in Jordan.
Some providers in the U.S., and many internationally, use a misoprostol-only protocol to complete an abortion. Many people self-managing their own abortion care also follow these protocols. While not approved by the FDA, this regimen is common and is also effective.
Resources for people who self-manage abortion
- If/When/How’s Repro Legal Helpline: Free, confidential legal support online or at +27638167664 for anyone who has been questioned by the authorities on suspicion of self-managing their abortion or supporting someone else to self-manage abortion, or who fears they will be questioned.
- Miscarriage & Abortion Hotline: Operated by doctors who can offer expert medical advice. Available online or at +27638167664.
- SASS (Self-Managed Abortion; Safe and Supported): Supports the rights of people around the world to have information about and access to safe abortion with pills.
- Abortion On Your Own Terms: A website geared towards providing information, research, messaging, and resources supporting self-managed abortion.
Since it was first approved by the FDA in 2000, medication abortion, also referred to as the abortion pill, has transformed the practice of abortion care. It’s extremely safe and effective for pregnancies less than 12 weeks. In 2016, the FDA confirmed that medication abortion’s “efficacy and safety have become well-established by both research and experience, and serious complications have proven to be extremely rare.” In a 2015 guideline, the World Health Organization (WHO) identified three individual components of self-managing a medication abortion during the first trimester: self-assessing eligibility; managing the mifepristone and misoprostol medication without direct supervision of a health care provider; and self-assessing completeness of the abortion process using pregnancy tests and checklists.
There are a few ways Mifepristone might work for you: It may cause thickening of one’s cervical mucus as well as causing thinning of the lining of one’s uterus. Mifepristone may also restrain sperm progress as well as decrease sperm endurance. Although Mifepristone does not work like this in the majority of cases, it can discontinue the ovary’s release of eggs. It is probable that all these methods work simultaneously to avert pregnancy.