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Medical abortion is recommended for early pregnancies. The drugs that are administered usually start contractions and expel the fetus. The drugs expel the fetus by denying it blood, weakening its attachment to the womb and finally causing contractions and then light bleeding. This process usually happens within a few hours after taking the drugs.
You will take a tablet of Pills 24 hours to 48 hours later. This softens the cervix and helps the uterus push out the pregnancy. This stage nearly always occurs at home. After using the Abortion Pills. The abortion is usually completed some hours later, although it may take longer. You will usually need a day or two of rest or reduced activity. bleeding one to four hours later – heavier than a period and there may be large clots. After taking the second medication abortion tablet at home, you may experience the following: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, headache and fever pain – usually within half an hour and generally much stronger than period pain.
During the first 49 days of pregnancy, medical termination is possible without surgery. A medical abortion uses two different drugs, Cytotec or mifepristone, which may be followed by another drug called misoprostol. While these drugs cause an abortion without surgical procedures such as dilation and vacuum, they do take longer to work than surgical abortion but they are perfect and will do the job for you
Vacuum aspiration (the suction method) is a surgical type of abortion. It is a surgical procedure that involves anesthesia (mild sedation) and can be performed within the first trimester of pregnancy. During vacuum aspiration, the cervix (opening of the uterus) is gently dilated (widened) about a quarter-inch, a narrow tube is inserted through the vagina and cervix to the uterus, and then pregnancy and contents of the uterine internal lining are vacuumed out. The procedure takes only a couple minutes and the woman can usually return home later in the day.
TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY
Abortion or Pregnancy Termination is legal in South Africa. You do not need the permission of a parent or partner to terminate your pregnancy. Only you can make the decision to end or continue your pregnancy. No one else can decide what’s best for you, but a trusted friend, family member, doctor, nurse, or counselor can discuss all the options open to you and help you sort it out.
We Care Medical Clinic was founded in 2014 by a group of doctors who felt the need for a holistic clinic in the community, one that would serve a wide variety of medical needs. The clinic opened in South Africa plus the neighboring countries and has grown, over time, to include more doctors and specialists.
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There are two kinds of abortion. — in-clinic abortion and the abortion pill. Abortions are very common. If you are pregnant, you have options. If you are trying to decide if abortion is the right choice for you, you probably have many things to think about. Learning the facts about abortion may help you in making your decision.
Why womb cleaning pills
An incomplete or failed abortion can cause infection Womb cleaning pills will remove remaining tissue after an abortion. Womb cleaning is necessary after an incomplete abortion
What are the types of in-clinic abortions?
Normally works by using suction to take a pregnancy out of your uterus. There are a couple of kinds of in-clinic abortion procedures. Your doctor or nurse will know which type is right for you, depending on how far you are into your pregnancy. 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 14-24 weeks after your last period. Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) is another kind of in-clinic abortion procedure. It uses suction and medical tools to empty your uterus. You can get a D&C later in a pregnancy than aspiration abortion — usually if it has been 24 weeks or longer since your last period.
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When can I get an in-clinic abortion?
How early you can get an abortion depends on where you go. In some places, you can get it as soon as you have a positive pregnancy test. Other doctors or nurses prefer to wait until 5-6 weeks after the first day of your last period. How late you can get an abortion depends on the laws in your state and what doctor, abortion clinic, or Nico Women Clinic you are go-to. It may be harder to find a health care provider who will do an abortion after the 24th week of pregnancy, so it’s best to try to have your abortion as soon as possible.