Abortion Pills in Johannesburg

Abortion Clinic in Johannesburg

 

Our areas of specialisation are

Johannesburg
Polokwane
Nelspruit
Lesotho
Swaziland
Namibia
Botswana, gaborone

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Abortion Clinic in Pretoria

Below you can find Cities / Towns of operation

-WINDHOEK
-RUNDU
-WALVIS BAY
-OSHAKATI
-SWAKOPMUND
-LUDERITZ
-OKAHANDJA
-HENTIES BAY
-GROOTFONTEIN
-MARIENTAL
-GOBABIS
-OUTJO
-TSUMEB
-OMARURU
-OTJIWARONGO
-KETMANSHOOP
-OUTAPI
-ONGWEDIVA
-REHOBOTH
-OSHIKUKU
-ONDANGWA
-OTAVI
-KATIMA MULILO

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Abortion Pills

  1. JOHANNESBURG
  2. PRETORIA
  3. CAPE TOWN-BELLVILLE
  4. BLOEMFONTEIN
  5. RUSTENBURG
  6. POLOKWANE-MOKOPANE
  7. DURBAN-PIETERMARITZBURG
  8. PORT ELIZABETH-GEORGE
  9. NELSPRUIT-MALELANE
  10. SOWETO-RANDBURG
  11. SANDTON-MIDRAND
  12. GERMISTON-BOCKSBURG
  13. KEMPTON PARK-TEMBISA
  14. VEREENIGING-SEBOKENG
  15. WITBANK-MIDDELBURG
  16. SECUNDA-STANDERTON
  17. ERMELO-CAROLINA
  18. LADYBRAND-FICKSBURG
  19. MAFIKENG-ZEERUST
  20. THOHOYANDOU-LOUIS TRICHARDT
  21. MANKWENG-TURFLOOP
  22. BURGERSFORT-LYDENBURG
  23. MTHATHA-UMTATA-MATATIELE
  24. HAZYVIEW-THULAMAHASHE
  25. BUSHBUCKRIDGE-SABIE
  26. BARBERTON-PIET RETIEF
  27. MPANGENI-RICHARDS BAY
  28. KLERKSDORP-KIMBERLY
  29. UPINGTON-KURUMAN
  30. BETHLEHEM-WELKOM
  31. EAST LONDON-KING WILLIAMS TOWN
  32. PHALABORWA-TZANEEN
  33. ACORNHOEK-GRASKOP
  34. HAMMANSKRAAL-SOSHANGUVE
  35. BRITS-BAPONG
  36. QUEENS TOWN-KOKSTAD
  37. NEWCASTLE-LADYSMITH
  38. POTCHEFSTROOM-VRYBURG
  39. MUSINA-LEPHALALE
  40. EVATON-ORANGE FARM
  41. ZIMBABWE-HARARE-BULAWAYO
  42. SWAZILAND-MANZINI-MBABANE
  43. BOTSWANA-GABORONE
  44. LESOTHO-MASERU-LERIBE
  45. WINDHOEK
  46. RUNDU
  47. WALVIS BAY
  48. OSHAKATI
  49. SWAKOPMUND
  50. LUDERITZ
  51. MARIENTAL
  52. GROOTFONTEIN
  53. KETMANSHOOP
  54. REHOBOTH
  55. ONGWEDIVA
  56. KATIMA MULILO
  57. OTAVI-TSUMEB
  58. OUTJO-OSHIKUKU
  59. SPRINGS-BENONI
  • What can I expect if I take the abortion pill?
  • What can I expect after I take the abortion pill?
  • How safe is the abortion pill?
  • How do I get the abortion pill?

What is the abortion pill?

Medication abortion — also called the abortion pill — is a safe and effective way to end an early pregnancy.

 

Thinking about getting the abortion pill?

How does the abortion pill work?

“Abortion pill” is the popular name for using two different medicines to end a pregnancy: mifepristone and misoprostol.

Your doctor or nurse will give you the first pill, mifepristone, at the clinic. Pregnancy needs a hormone called progesterone to grow normally. Mifepristone blocks your body’s own progesterone. You’ll also get some antibiotics.

You use the second medicine, misoprostol, 6-48 hours later, usually at home. This medicine causes cramping and bleeding to empty the uterus. It’s kind of like having a really heavy, crampy period, and the process is very similar to an early miscarriage.

How effective is the abortion pill?

The abortion pill is very effective. For people who are 8 weeks pregnant or less, it works about 98 out of 100 times. From 8-9 weeks pregnant, it works about 96 out of 100 times. From 9-10 weeks, it works 93 out of 100 times.

The abortion pill usually works, but if it doesn’t, you can take more medicine or have an in-clinic abortion to complete the abortion.

When can I take the abortion pill?

You usually can get a medication abortion up to 70 days (10 weeks) after the first day of your last period. If it has been 71 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 all 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.

More questions from patients:

Can the abortion pill be reversed after you have taken it?

Here’s the deal: The “abortion pill” is the popular name for a safe and effective way to end an early pregnancy using a combination of two medicines: mifepristone and misoprostol. The first medicine (mifepristone) is given at a health center or your health care provider’s office. After taking mifepristone, you take a second medication (misoprostol) at home 6-48 hours later. This causes cramping and bleeding and empties your uterus.

Claims about treatments that reverse the effects of medication abortion are out there, and a handful of states require doctors and nurses to tell their patients about them before they can provide abortion care. But these claims haven’t been proven in reliable medical studies — nor have they been tested for safety, effectiveness, or the likelihood of side effects — so experts like the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists reject these untested supposed treatments.

Studies on the abortion pill do show that if you take the first medicine but not the second, the abortion pill is less likely to work. So if you’ve begun the process of having an abortion using the abortion pill but are having second thoughts, contact the doctor or nurse you saw for the abortion right away to talk about your best next steps and what to expect.

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