Womens Clinic Pretoria City of Tshwane (012) 756 8270 Women Abortion Clinics Committed to providing comprehensive high-quality care (+27) 81 4819 842 Abortion pills to terminate a pregnancy safely from home. Abortion pills consist of Mifepristone abortion pill and the Misoprostol abortion pill
Womens Clinic has its main branch in Pretoria & it’s one of the most outstanding Womens Clinic, committed to providing women and girls
The Abortion Pill Clinic
Womens Clinic for Women is an abortion Women’s Clinics in Pretoria offering same day services that are safe and pain free using Medication pills and also provide free check-ups after the termination of pregnancy plus free womb cleaning to ensure you have no complications /side effects in the nearby future.
Womens Clinic also delivers abortion pills to clients who are distant from our clinics or to those who wish to undertake the termination of pregnancy process in the comfort of their homes.
Women’s Reproductive Services
Womens Clinic ( W.C ) was founded way back in 1999 with the belief that all women should have access to high-quality reproductive health care in a private and personal setting.
We are proud to be the FIRST physician-owned clinic in Pretoria City of Tshwane providing women with compassionate abortion and medical care.
As such, we are able to provide you with individual, confidential and exemplary care. We are also among the first clinics to offer patients personalized pregnancy and abortion counseling.
Womens Clinic (W.C ) abortion clinics in Pretoria and prices Pretoria, offers comprehensive health care with a focus on providing abortion services in a private and supportive environment.
Our capabilities go well beyond those of an abortion clinic.
Womens Clinic are found in Pretoria C.B.D, We are dedicated to treating women as individuals; patient participation and abortion follow up care.
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We are proud of our reputation for being a medical office that treats each patient with distinctive care and respect. The abortion pill is employed in medical abortions to terminate an unwanted pregnancy
Women's Health Clinic
Since opening our doors in 1999, we have maintained our high standards and evolved to fit the changing needs of our patients. Today, we continue to provide women with superior health care and exceptional emotional support.
In addition to excellent medical care, our staff is committed to your emotional comfort and needs.
Because you are an important part of the process, appointments are individualized and include time to ask questions and express concerns.
Our staff includes: doctors, a female nurse practitioner, nurses, and experienced counselors.
We serve the women of Pretoria, Gauteng plus the nearby areas including Pretoria North, East, West and the rest of South Africa.
We believe all women deserve excellent health care, regardless of their ability to pay.
We work hard to ensure that each client feels comfortable and safe using her voice to direct the care she receives. Abortion pills in Centurion, Brooklyn, Pretoria.
Termination of Pregnancy
Our personal dedication to abortion services continues to ensure that women maintain the right and the opportunity to choose to have an abortion or a termination of pregnancy using abortion pills in South Africa.
Our facilities are very clean and well maintained, visit our main offices in Pretoria city Centre, city of Tshwane for a great service from our staff which comprises of female assistants who are very welcoming to always assist you.
Counseling is an important opportunity to discuss your decision and feelings about the abortion.
Our counselors are specifically trained to provide you with support and education about your pregnancy options.
They trust you to make the best decision for your life. You will speak with a counselor before the abortion procedure as part of your appointment.
Counseling is a good time to ask any questions you may have about the procedure. It is also when you will discuss birth control and abortion follow-up instructions. You also have the option of meeting with a counselor after your abortion.
What is a Medical Abortion?
This is an abortion caused by taking medication to end a pregnancy. Most common method is RU 486 / Mifepristone and Misoprostol to induce an abortion.
How Long Does The Medical Abortion Take?
Most women complete this method within 2-6 hours after taking the Misoprostol.
The majority of our patients complete the process within 24 hours of taking the abortion pill.
When is Medical Abortion Used?
Medical abortions can be performed as early as a pregnancy can be confirmed. Medical abortion is available thru 10 weeks or 70 days from the last menstrual period.
About 95%-98% of women will have a successful medical abortion.
Complications are rare, however, a small percentage of women (approximately 0.5-2%) will need a suction aspiration (similar to a surgical abortion) because of heavy or prolonged bleeding.
After taking Mifepristone, a second drug, Misoprostol, is taken. Misoprostol tablets are taken to cause the cervix to soften, uterus to contract and bleeding to begin which ends the pregnancy.
This method of abortion is done in the privacy of your home and is non-invasive.
How The Medication Works: Mifepristone
Mifepristone (the abortion pill or RU-486) is a medication that was developed and tested specifically as an abortion-inducing agent.
It was first licensed in France in 1988, and is sometimes referred to as the “French pill”. Since then, it has been used safely by millions of women worldwide.
It works by blocking the hormone progesterone, which causes the pregnancy to stop growing.
It also causes the tissues to separate from the thinning uterus lining, causing the same result as a miscarriage.
Medical Abortion Is Not Recommended If You
- Are more than 70 days pregnant.
- Taking anti-clotting medication or have blood clotting disorders.
- Have severe heart, liver, or active inflammatory bowel disease.
- Have certain severe kidney problems.
- Have a serious immune system problem, such as HIV.
- Have seizures more than once a week.
- Take any medicine that should not be combined with Misoprostol.