Why do most women prefer a Medical Abortion?
A medical abortion may feel “more natural” to her
The woman wants to have more control over the abortion
The woman prefers not to have surgery
The woman can “have the abortion” (the expelling of the uterine contents) in the privacy of her own home
The woman may be more familiar with a medical abortion.
How long does it take to have an Abortion?
well at our Abortion clinics since we specilazise in Medical Abortions it will take you less than an hour from the time you arrive till we finish up with the Abortion.
Is there any Risks during the Abortion?
Abortion procedures, especially in the early weeks of pregnancy are very safe but no clinical procedure is entirely without its risk. There is no long term proven association between abortion and any ectopic pregnancy or infertility.
What about infections After Abortions?
One of the highest risks after an abortion is infection. All our clients are given a course of antibiotics to minimise this risk. We also advise women to avoid having sex for two weeks after treatment and to use sanitary towels instead of tampons. It is normal for some women to experience some bleeding for several days after the abortion.
What are the side effects of An Abortion?
- Minor Vomiting
- Milled fever
How long do i have to wait After an Abortion before going back to work?
Women who have surgical abortions often return to work within a day or two after their abortion. Women who have medical abortions often require two full days off of work. Though we recommend taking it easy for the first week or so after your abortion procedure (no heavy lifting or intense physical labor/workouts), most women feel physically capable of daily activities very soon after their abortion. Doctor’s notes for missed work are available (Doctor’s notes never disclose details about your visit).
How soon after an Abortion will i be able to have sex?
Because your risk of infection increases until the cervix is fully healed, we recommend that nothing go inside of in the vagina for at least 2-3 weeks, or until your follow-up visit. This includes, but is not limited to: no sexual intercourse, sex toys or penetration of any kind, no tampons (use only sanitary pads or liners). We also recommend avoiding swimming, hot tubs or bathtubs.