Our Abortion Clinic offers both Medical Abortions (Abortion Pills) and Surgical Abortions. At our Womens Clinic high-quality termination services at affordable prices. Contact Us today for a free consultation. Whatever your reason — we are here to help and guide you through everything. At Dr Eve Abortion Clinic one of our experienced counsellors will have a one-on-one discussion regarding your options, the procedure, what to expect before an abortion, and what to expect after pregnancy termination from our Abortion Clinic.
A safe and effective way to end an early pregnancy. We offer free delivery.
We offer same-day termination services for both Medical and Surgical procedures
We offer womb cleaning services as part of our termination services
Abortion is indeed very safe. Having an abortion will not affect your chances of becoming pregnant in the future. We are aware of the many abortion myths, and our trained staff are able and willing to provide you with accurate information on any concerns you might have.
It is advised that you confirm that you are indeed pregnant, well as how far along you are. You can do this by calculating how many days it’s been since you’ve seen your last period. The sum of the days can more or less predict how far along pregnant you are.
However, at our Safe Abortion Clinic, we do offer ultrasound scanning services if you are looking for a more accurate result.
Once we have determined how far along pregnant you are, it makes it much easier for us to provide a quotation. As well as provide you with sufficient medication for the pregnancy stage you’re in.
At Dr Eve Abortion Clinic we offer two safe abortion procedures. You can choose between the Abortion Pills (also known as Medical abortion). Or a Surgical abortion (also known as an Aspiration Abortion)
Your choice may depend on how far along your pregnancy is, the duration of the method. And whether you prefer to be mainly in the comfort of your home or our clinic.
Medical abortion is commonly known as the “abortion pill”. This procedure occurs when medication is used to bring about an abortion. And the medical abortion option is considered both safe and effective throughout a range of pregnancy stages.
Medical abortion is very convenient and can be done in the comfort and privacy of your home. It also feels ‘more natural’, as it is similar to having a period or miscarriage. READ MORE
Womb cleaning pills are a set of antibiotics that will be given to you to help cleanse your uterus. These antibiotics are also used to prevent any infections. Our nurse will advise you on how to use the medication.
Surgical Abortion is also known as an in-clinic abortion. At Dr Eve Abortion Clinic we offer safe aspiration abortions. This involves a gentle suction, in which the doctor will remove the pregnancy from the uterus. Thereafter the doctor will perform a womb scrap to clean out the uterus.
This is a very quick, simple and pain-free procedure and the recovery time is much quicker. Meaning you can return to normal activities much faster. READ MORE
If you choose to have an abortion and you are eligible for at-home abortion. You can Contact us on +27731761148 whereby one of your nurses will be available to discuss your needs. This will also give you an opportunity to ask any questions about our treatment and what to expect.
Once you’ve gone through the telephone consultation. You will then be provided with all necessary information to collect your medication or have it delivered to you. The option stated is very safe and is conducted by our trained staff, who will be available to guide you through the whole abortion process.
It is normal for women to experience some vaginal bleeding, much like menstrual bleeding for a short period after an abortion.
When to have sex after an abortion is solely up to you. You can have sex as soon as you feel ready. However, we do recommend that you wait until the bleeding stops, as this will reduce the risk of infection.
Abortion is very common, and people have abortions for many reasons. Only you know what’s best for you, but good information and support can really help you make the decision that is best for your own health and well-being. READ MORE
When you are trying to get pregnant, it is important to know when you conceived so that you can keep track of your pregnancy and make sure everything is going as planned. If you want to know how many weeks pregnant you are, there are several ways that you can do so. Calculating how many weeks pregnant you are can be done by looking at your menstrual cycle or by taking an ultrasound test. TO CALCULATE YOUR WEEKS, CLICK HERE
At-home abortion is an increasingly popular option that allows women to control their own health care in a safe, private setting. If you’ve decided that at home abortion is the right option for you, here are some things you should know about what it will be like. READ MORE
Abortion pills, also known as medical abortions, are one of the most common methods for obtaining a safe, medical abortion. The process involves taking two different medications to end an early pregnancy . READ MORE
At this time in your life, you’re not ready for a child of your own. Consider whether adoption is right for you or if abortion is an option. To find out what you can do to get an abortion READ MORE
Most women start bleeding one to four hours after using the abortion pills. You can expect pelvic pain similar to menstrual cramping as well as bleeding and passing clots for about 3–14 days afterwards, with less pain overall. READ MORE
The earliest you can take a pregnancy test after an abortion is 14 days after the abortion procedure because it takes at least two weeks for the pregnancy hormone to build up in your body. To Read more CLICK HERE
A surgical abortion is a procedure that uses surgical instruments to remove the contents of the uterus. It can be done in a hospital or clinic. FIND OUT MORE
Abortion is one of the most common procedures in this country. Still, it’s understandable that women who are considering abortion may have questions about what to expect afterwards. So today, we’re going to demystify the post-abortion period and answer some common questions about recovery after an abortion. READ MORE
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