Termination of Pregnancy Pills in Murrayfield

Medical Termination of Pregnancy Pills in Murrayfield

termination-of-pregnancyMedical Termination of Pregnancy Pills in Murrayfield abortion is available for a woman up to 63 days from the start of her last menstrual period.

Medical abortion is a doctor’s office or home procedure in which 2 medications (mifepristone – misoprostol) are given to the woman to stop the pregnancy from developing. Mifepristone belongs to the class of medications called progesterone receptor modulators. It works by disrupting the way the hormone progesterone works in the body. Misoprostol belongs to the class of medications called prostaglandins. It works by causing muscle contractions in uterus, relaxation of the opening of the cervix, and shedding of the endometrium.

Most women choose a medical abortion by the use of Termination of Pregnancy Pills in Murrayfield in order to avoid a surgical procedure and are comfortable with a process that may take several days, and a follow-up appointment to the doctor’s office before the abortion is considered to be completed. If a medical abortion does not work (one to two per cent of cases), the woman will need to have a D&C (surgical procedure) to empty the uterus.

In case you do not want to perform a medical abortion, you can as well do the surgical abortion. This is also a very safe procedure, requiring two visits to the doctor’s office.

Our main goal is to make your choices in life as far as pregnancy termination is concerned. At Pretoria women’s clinic, it is private, convenient, and safe and stress free found in Pretoria Central.

Termination Pills cause contractions of the womb. Therefore, the womb expels the pregnancy. A woman can get painful cramps, vaginal blood loss that is more than a normal menstruation, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. This normal. So, do not be stressed due to those symptoms.

Did you know that the abortion pill is now available in South Africa? It is! And as it becomes more available and accessible to people across the country, there are naturally lots of questions about it. This post covers some of our most frequently asked questions about the abortion pill.

What is Mifegymiso (Termination of Pregnancy Pills in Murrayfield)?

Mifegymiso, also known as Mifepristone in other places in the world, is a medical abortion drug you take orally. It can be used to end pregnancies of up to 9 weeks. (If you are more than 9 weeks pregnant, you will likely need to investigate other abortion methods:

Mifegymiso is a package that contains two drugs: Mifepristone which stops the pregnancy from continuing, and Misoprostol which expels the pregnancy tissue.

Mifegymiso comes in a box or envelope with one mifepristone tablet, and 4 misoprostol. First you take the one mifepristone tablet. About 24-48 hours later you take the 4 misoprostol tablets by putting them between your cheek and your gums and letting them dissolve. They should dissolve after half an hour. The pregnancy tissue generally releases within 24 hours.

Even though South Africa just approved Mifegymiso, it’s been used in countries all over the world for years.

How Can I Get Termination of Pregnancy Pills in Murrayfield?

Mifegymiso can be recommended for people who are up to 9 weeks pregnant. You can only get it with a prescription.  This can come from any clinician who has taken the training to administer the drug. This could be from a dedicated abortion provider, some sexual health care providers, and potentially even your family doctor.

You can take your prescription to any pharmacy who carries the pill. You will still need to schedule a follow-up appointment with the clinician who wrote you the prescription.

How much does it cost?

Currently, Mifegymiso is available in all the provinces of South Africa if you need some, please place your order today by simply calling or whatsApp. Mifegymiso is also available online simply place your order today and it will be delivered over to you immediately.

What is the appointment like?

That depends on where you go to get it. As an example, it is always better if you can call or WhatsApp us to book your appointment.

The first appointment is like what you would do for any other abortion procedure. You usually talk to someone about how you are feeling about getting an abortion with Termination of Pregnancy Pills in Murrayfield, as well as getting information on the procedure, aftercare, and any potential risks or side-effects. They then do some tests, usually blood work and STI testing, and then run an ultrasound. You then take the mifepristone with the clinician if you would like, or you can take the prescription to a pharmacy and do it on your own.

Your second appointment is usually a week or 2 later, after you have taken the 4 misoprostol tablets. They will often do a blood test and an exam to make sure you’re not pregnant and that everything else in the procedure went well.

Are there any side-effects for the Termination of Pregnancy Pills in Murrayfield?

Mifegymiso is a medical abortion procedure, which, like any medication, affects people differently.

Common side-effects could include:

  1. breast tenderness
  2. chills or hot flushes
  3. diarrhoea
  4. fatigue
  5. headache
  6. dizziness, nausea or vomiting

Remember to check with your us anytime if you notice any symptoms that you are concerned about.

For more info on possible after-abortion side-effects and ways to take care of yourself, simply call or WhatsApp us today.

Is Termination of Pregnancy Pills in Murrayfield right for you?

This is tough to say. It depends on your individual situation, and what your priorities are. There are pros and cons to any abortion procedure. Here are some things to consider when deciding if Mifegymiso is right for you:

Some people prefer medical abortions because you can do it earlier on in a pregnancy, it can feel more private, and you can do all or part of it at home or some other place you feel comfortable.

There is a small chance that the process may take up a few days or weeks to complete. There is also a small chance that mifegymiso may not be entirely effective, in which case, a surgical abortion is usually required.