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How Long does the Abortion take

From start to finish, the abortion should take around two days to be complete. Starting from the time you take the second pill, it usually takes up to six hours for the abortion to be completed, Torres says. So the whole process should be about a few days, during which time you may expel big blood clots or tissue as the pregnancy aborts, Renah Abortion Clinic says. It's good to rest while all this is happening, if possible. “Most women prefer to stay at home for the first few hours after taking the second set of medicine, so we’ll often talk with them about their schedules to figure out a good time,” Renah says. And after the abortion, you may still experience bleeding for up to four weeks.
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How Abortion Pill Works

Medication abortion works by stopping the progress of a pregnancy, then helping your body flush it out. The abortion pill is actually two separate medicines. The first is mifepristone, also known as the pill RU-486, which starts the process of safely terminating a pregnancy. “Mifepristone blocks the receptors for progesterone, which is the principal hormone in pregnancy. Since progesterone can’t do its job to continue the pregnancy, essentially, the pregnancy stops growing. According to the standard of practice, you’ll take this medication in the presence of a medical professional (in some states, this is required by law, although researchers are currently testing the logistics and safety of getting abortion pills by mail). Then you’ll get the second medicine, misoprostol, to take at home...
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The abortion pill and the morning-after pill

The abortion pill and the morning-after pill are two very different things. While the abortion pill makes a pregnancy stops growing, the morning-after pill and other types of emergency contraception prevent ovulation from occurring, Torres explains. If you’ve already ovulated, emergency contraception can’t do anything to stop you from getting pregnant. (The only exception is the copper IUD, which works by creating an inflammatory reaction that’s toxic to sperm, which is why it’s the most effective form of emergency contraception.) It’s important to know that there are currently laws on the books making it hard for doctors and clinics to get the abortion pill, thereby reducing people’s access to it. Depending on where you are, the medication is not easily found in hospitals and no...
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Facts About The Abortion Pill

Facts About The Abortion Pill When people discuss abortion, they’re often talking about surgical abortion. As in, going into a doctor’s office, hospital, or clinic to terminate a pregnancy. But anyone who needs to end a pregnancy should know that, if they’re 10 or fewer weeks along, they have another option: the abortion pill, (medical abortion). Some women prefer medication abortion because it can be more private since abortion occurs at home, Others don’t want a surgical procedure, while still others feel like it’s more natural because it induces the same process as a miscarriage. Any medical procedure can be scary, but abortion is often shrouded in extra mystery or false information that makes it even more intimidating. Abortion pill facts you should know, including just how safe i...
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Abortion

Abortion Abortion is a common and safe procedure used to end a pregnancy. The earlier in pregnancy you make your decision and speak to a doctor about it, the easier it is to termination.In SA you can have services for any pregnancy that is less than 12 weeks.If you have been pregnant for less than 9 weeks, We can provide you with an early medical abortion. This is sometimes called the abortion pill. You will need to have two appointments with a three-day wait in between them. If you are between 9 and 12 weeks pregnant you can have your first appointment at Renah clinic, then we can refer you to have a medical or surgical in a hospital.If you are over 12 weeks pregnant, you can only get termination if there is a risk of serious harm to your health or if...
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ABORTION WITH STERILISATION

ABORTION WITH STERILISATION Laparoscopic sterilisation is available to clients who are medically suitable and whose pregnancy is less than 14 weeks.  Please contact us for more information.You may wish to consider having either procedure at the time of your abortion if you have decided your family is complete or if you are on a waiting list elsewhere for sterilization. Sterilisation should be considered irreversible. Please note: There is evidence from published data that sterilisation performed at the time of abortion has a greater risk of failure than if the sterilisation is performed at a later date.
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Abortion Aftercare

ABORTION AFTERCARE Discharge from the Clinic You may bleed heavily following the second visit, usually for 2 – 3 days and you may even pass some clots. This is quite normal. After this time, the bleeding will reduce but you could bleed on and off for 3 – 4 weeks. If you have any concerns about the side effects of your early abortion pill, you can always contact us.  Post-procedure You can take your normal painkillers (they must not contain aspirin) to relieve any discomfort. Do not take more than two in 4 hours. Your first period may occur 4-6 weeks later and it may be heavier than normal. We also advise that you avoid any heavy lifting or exercise for 2-3 weeks. It is advisable to carry out a pregnancy test 4 weeks later to confirm your treatment was successful.  It the pregnancy test is ...
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Early Abortion Pill

Early Abortion (abortion pill) You can have an early medical abortion (EMA) using an abortion pill up to 9 weeks of pregnancy. Early Abortion Pill Treatment The Mifepristone tablet is swallowed and works by blocking the action of progesterone, a hormone needed to maintain the pregnancy. Misoprostol are tablets which can either be inserted into the vagina or in the mouth against the gum (buccal). These contain a hormone called prostaglandin. Prostaglandins occur naturally in the body and help the uterus to contract.Acting together they will bring on an abortion.EMA has a very good safety record, however, every form of medical treatment carries some risks or side effects. With this treatment, the main risks are:Excessive vaginal bleeding Incomplete abortion Infection ...
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Where to go for an abortion

Where to go for an abortion Abortions can be carried out by attending a:GP surgery that provides abortion services family planning clinic that provides abortion services women's health clinic that provides abortion services the hospital that provides abortion servicesYou will need to go to appointments on different days.You can go to all your abortion appointments on your own or with a friend or family member. Who to contact for an abortion To have an abortion you can contact:the My Options support service on phone 0815275503 a GP surgery that provides abortion services a family planning clinic that provides abortion services a women's health clinic that provides abortion servicesYou must have an abortion in a hospital if you:are more than...
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Deciding to have an abortion

Deciding to have an abortion. Some people may be certain they want to have an abortion. Others may find it more difficult to make a decision.The decision to have an abortion is yours alone. But you should take the chance to discuss your options with a health professional.You may also want to speak to your partner, friends or family. But you don't need to discuss it with anyone else and they don't have a say in the final decision. Under 18 years If you are between 16 and 17 years old, you can choose not to involve your parents and a doctor can offer you an abortion. But you are encouraged to involve your parents or another supportive adult.If you choose not to, your GP or doctor can still offer you an abortion. But only if they think that you understand the information and yo...
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