Termination Of pregnancy (TOP) 065 684 6688
At Pro Women Clinic Johannesburg , we believe that everyone should have the right to choose whether and when to have children. We offer termination of pregnancy at our abortion clinic
Women of all ages have the right to an abortion and should never be denied the service because of their age. It’s, however, advisable to be accompanied by a trusted adult (a parent, aunt or teacher) for support if you are under 18.
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Same Day, Legal and Safe Abortion Services At Pro Women Clinic
At our women clinic, we offer safe abortion (also called Termination of Pregnancy or TOP) for women who are up to 20 weeks pregnant.
Pro Women Clinic Johannesburg provides safe and same day Termination of Pregnancy to women who are faced with either an unplanned pregnancy or a pregnancy they choose not to continue with.
How Safe is Termination at our Women clinic ?
1 – Our clinic is well equipped with qualified doctors and nurses.
2 – Our termination doctor has several years of experience in the Terminating pregnancies.
3 – We use only medically approved termination pills to terminate the pregnancy.
4 – Besides the termination we provide you with Free Womb Cleaning and Free checkups.
5 – Because our termination Prices are affordable, students can also afford them. Therefore Call our women’s clinic to find out about the student discount.
You should start feel better the day after your abortion. Feeling sick with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, belly pain, or a fever for more than 24 hours. After taking “M” -the second set of pills can be a sign of infection. Therefore Call our doctor or nurse right away if you have any of those symptoms.
How effective is our in-clinic abortions?
Our In-clinic abortions are extremely effective. They work more than 99 out of every 100 times. Needing to get a repeat procedure because the abortion didn’t work is really rare.
Womb Cleaning & After Termination Services
Womb cleaning after an abortion to clean & cleanse your womb. Our womb cleaning pills will help your body recover from a miscarriage or pregnancy termination
Why choose Pro Women clinic in Johannesburg ?
Pro women clinic is one of South African most respected sexual healthcare clinics, providing services in over 30 towns across the nation. We’ve operated in South Africa for more than 10 years, and have helped thousands of people like you to live healthier, more empowered lives.
At Pro Women Clinic Johannesburg, we strive to educate our clients to make the right choices to suit their lives. Everyone is different, and every situation is different. We provide a safe space for pregnant women to explore their options and make informed decisions about their pregnancy.
Call us on 065 684 6688 for more information book an appointment online.
Abortion methods At Our Clinics
If you’re considering going for an abortion, speak to our medical practitioner about the safest methods available to you.
Understanding surgical abortion
Overall, surgical abortion is a very safe and highly successful option for termination of pregnancy in the first trimester. The advantages of choosing a surgical abortion are:
- It can be performed later in the pregnancy than a medical abortion;
- The procedure itself takes only a matter of minutes;
- It usually involves only one visit to the clinic;
- There’s usually less bleeding and cramping than with a medical abortion;
- Medical staff are present throughout the procedure;
- It can be performed under twilight sedation, which reduces awareness and pain;
- It has a very low complication rate and a high success rate;
- You can continue to breastfeed, whereas you will need to cease breastfeeding during a medical abortion.
What do I need to do before my in-clinic abortion procedure?
Before your abortion at our women clinic, you’ll meet with our nurse, doctor, or health center counselor to talk about whether abortion is the right decision for you, and what your abortion options are.
Our nurses or doctor at our women clinic will let you know if there’s anything else you need to do to prepare for your abortion. They’ll give you written instructions on how to care for yourself after your abortion and how to take any medication they give you. You’ll also get a number you can call 24/7 if you have any questions or concerns.
You’ll probably have some bleeding and cramping after your abortion. So plan ahead to make your recovery time more comfortable. Give yourself the rest of the day to relax. Have maxi pads ready, and a heating pad for cramps in case you need it. Make sure you have some pain medication like ibuprofen (Advil or Motrin) — but don’t take aspirin because it can make you bleed more.
Understanding medical abortion
If your pregnancy is under 9 weeks’ gestation and you prefer not to undergo surgery, then a medical abortion is a good option. Other reasons women choose medical abortion over surgical abortion include:
- It requires no anaesthetic;
- The procedure is non-invasive;
- There is greater privacy than with a surgical abortion;
- As a non-surgical procedure, there are no surgical risks associated with medical abortion;
- You are at home and can have the support of friends and/or family if you choose;
- It can feel ‘more natural’, as it is similar to having a heavy period or miscarriage.
Risks involved in Termination Of pregnancy (TOP).
Below are the risks involved in our women clinic. The risks of a medical abortion include infection, bleeding and incomplete abortion, meaning some of the pregnancy tissue remains. These problems are rare and can be treated. An incomplete abortion is handled by repeating the dose of medication to end the pregnancy or doing a suction D and C. An infection can be treated with antibiotics. Excessive bleeding is treated with medications and possibly dilation and curettage. Rarely, a blood transfusion may be necessary if bleeding is unusually heavy.
Frequently Asked Question
Which Abortion Procedure Is Better?
Medical and surgical abortion are both very effective depending on your circumstances. Medical abortion is usually 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 short of money you may go with medical abortion where a pill is used. It is quick and safe and you.
Which Abortion Method Is Safer?
Which Abortion Pill Is Safe?
Suction abortion (also called vacuum aspiration) is the most common type of in-clinic abortion. It uses gentle suction to empty your uterus. It’s usually used until about 14-16 weeks after your last period. Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) is another kind of in-clinic abortion procedure.
All abortion pills are safe. Just make sure that you get the right abortion pills. Before you get the pill make sure you get the right thing. It must be sealed n sachet and as the person the name of the pill and make sure it is the one. Google It.
What Is The Most Common Method Of Abortion?
All abortion pills are effective. But some are more expensive than others. There is no need to go for expensive pills as even the cheap ones do the same thing.
What is critical is to make sure that you are getting the right thing. That is what you should focus on.
Which Abortion Procedure Is The safest?
Both termination with a pill and surgical are both very safe. Just make sure you get the right pills and make sure you do surgical abortion in a clinic. That is the trick.
How long Does Medical Abortion Take?
The cramping and bleeding can last for several hours. Most people finish passing the pregnancy tissue in 4-5 hours, but it may take longer.
How Painful Is A Medical Abortion?
Some women may experience moderate pain as a result of these uterine contractions. Every woman who has a medical abortion will respond differently. Some women describe the experience as being similar to having a heavy period and cramps. Others may experience more intense cramping
Where abortion can be done?
Can You Eat After Taking The Abortion Pill?
You can’t eat or drink for more than 4 to 6 hours. Pills, rest, a hot water bottle, or heating pads don’t help with abdominal pain or cramps. You are weak, feel sick to your stomach, have abdominal pain or discomfort, throw up, or have diarrhea for more than 24 hours after taking pills.