Cytotec Abortion pills are an effective and safe way to terminate a pregnancy as soon as possible in Ga-Masemola
are a medication that could end an early pregnancy from a week up to twenty-eight weeks. We use two diverse pills to terminate a pregnancy (mifepristone and misoprostol).
We are one of the world’s leading pro-choice women's clinics, providing top-of-the-line safe abortion services, and post-abortion care to help women who are planning to terminate their pregnancy cope better and be able to move on from such a traumatic experience.
Doctors in the Elandsdoorn abortion clinic would hand you mifepristone as your first pill, and misoprostol as your second pill after two hours from your first medicine. Mifepristone is the source of bleeding and cramping for the uterus to be empty. This process of cramps and heavy periods is comparable to a miscarriage.
Our abortion clinic in Elandsdoorn provides safe and pain-free Cytotec misoprostol abortion pills to all destinations.
At Faith women's clinic, we are proud of our reputation for providing safe abortion services to each patient with distinctive care and utmost respect. Because of this, we receive many referrals from doctors, hospitals, and abortion clinics across the nation. We offer same-day appointments Sundays through Saturdays and Sundays with an appointment.
Faith women's health clinic provides medical or abortion pills in Ga-Masemola
for women to terminate early pregnancy before it results in the birth of a child. The abortion procedure used by our women's health care providers comprises two different medicines, the mifepristone, and misoprostol also known as Cytotec for termination. Ibuprofen for pain blocks, for cleaning the womb to prevent infections we use Flagyl, Doxycycline, Azithromycin.
Surgical or in-clinic abortion is when abortion is done before the pregnancy results into the birth of a child by performing a simple surgery with instruments. The other term is called surgical aspiration or surgical dilation and curettage procedure. Surgical abortion in Ga-Masemola
can be performed from 3 to 24 weeks of pregnancy.