July 18, 2024

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Abortion Clinic In Johannesburg CBD

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Medication Abortion


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Medical & Surgical Abortion Clinic Care

Blue Abortion Clinic Services In Johannesburg Offer Same-Day Termination For Both Medical Abortion ( Abortion Pills) & Surgical Abortion ( In-Clinic Procedures)

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Telehealth Medication

Now Offering Telehealth Medication On Appointment

You can get medication abortion (AKA abortion pills) from many Planned Parenthood health centres. Our caring doctors and nurses are experts at providing safe abortion and non-judgmental support throughout the process. You can also get abortion pills from private doctors or gynaecologists, family planning clinics, and Blue abortion clinics.

Finding and taking abortion pills to end a pregnancy without the help of a doctor or nurse is called self-managed abortion (which some people call an at-home abortion). Research shows that self-managing an abortion with abortion pills  can be safe and effective. 

Surgical Abortion

Offers Surgical to 20 weeks Maximum

In-clinic abortion 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 14-16 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&E later in a pregnancy than an aspiration abortion, usually if it has been 16 weeks or longer since your last period.

Dilation and Evacuation (D&E)

At this point in pregnancy, the fetus’s body is too large to be broken up by suction and will not pass through the suction tubing. The cervix (the opening to the uterus) must be more dilated (opened) than in a first-trimester abortion. This is usually accomplished by inserting laminaria (a porous material that expands with moisture in order to open and soften the cervix) a day or two before the abortion. The physician then dilates the cervix, dismembers the body, and crushes the skull to facilitate removal.

Medical Abortion Treatment

Up to 20 weeks Underneath it. Book earlier and get Affordable Quotes

A medication abortion is one that is performed by taking medications to end a pregnancy as opposed to getting a surgical procedure. Medication abortions can generally be performed up to the 10th week of pregnancy. Currently, over 50% of abortions performed are medication abortions.


The abortion pill is a medicine that ends the pregnancy. The medical name for the abortion pill is mifepristone. It works by blocking the hormone progesterone. Without progesterone, the lining of the uterus breaks down, and the pregnancy cannot continue.

The abortion pill is followed by another medicine called misoprostol, which makes the womb contract, causing cramping and bleeding similar to a miscarriage.

This method can be used up to 24 weeks into pregnancy.

Additional Abortion Clinic Support

Before your abortion, our expert and caring staff will discuss all of your pregnancy options with you to help you make sure abortion is the best decision for you. We’ll also talk with you about your health history to make sure we’re providing the best care for you.

Post-Appointment Information

We’ll follow up with you, if you’d like, within a few weeks to make sure your abortion is complete and that you are well. In the unlikely event that you are still pregnant, you may need another dose of medicine or to have an in-clinic abortion to end the pregnancy.

Early Medical Abortion (Phone Consultation): Step-by-Step

Significant changes have been made to our Early Medical Abortion Service, which are outlined in the Step-By-Step guidelines below.

Our staff will explain everything you need to know about what you will find in the pack and about the abortion process before you collect it. We will maintain physical distance and keep contact to a minimum when you come to the clinic.

If you cannot collect the pack yourself, a friend or family member can collect it for you. You will need to let us know the name of the person who will collect the pack.

Take the first pill, on the day you collect your pack. Follow instructions on the medication information sheet provided to you in the pack.

You take the second medication, 24-48 hours after the first medication. Shortly after taking this medication, you will experience some pain. You can take three of the painkillers that are included in your Home Care Pack.


Two weeks after taking the second medication, you should take your pregnancy test. There is a pregnancy test provided in the Home Care Pack. If the pregnancy test is positive, you must phone the clinic immediately.

Getting abortion pills online through telehealth

It is possible to get abortion care via telehealth. Getting abortion care via telehealth is safe and effective

If you are earlier in pregnancy is, you may have the choice between having an abortion procedure and having a medication abortion. Every provider will have their own cutoff, but some may offer the pill through 13 weeks of pregnancy.

Both medication abortion and the abortion procedure are safe, legal, and effective. If you’re not sure which one will be better for you, here are a few things to consider.

If you’ve just found out you’re pregnant, one of the first questions you’ll have is: How far along am I? Beyond knowing that all-important due date, knowing how many weeks pregnant you are will help you better track those pregnancy milestones along the way.

There are two common, very safe methods for terminating a pregnancy: medication abortion, in which you ingest pills, or a procedural abortion, in which a clinician uses techniques such as suction to empty your uterus. The decision of which method to choose is completely personal. Here’s what you can expect no matter which method you choose.

You may feel tired or crampy for a day or so, and you’ll have bleeding and spotting for awhile. Most people go back to normal activities the day after a medication abortion.

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