Welcome to safe abortion clinic
francis abortion Clinic In johannesburg Provides Safe Abortion-Termination for third trimester Pregnancy as well
We have made it possible for 100’s of women who have had an unwanted pregnancies to have a Safe and Private termination.
We only use Safe and tested pills which are administered by our registered medical professionals.
Ensuring that your abortion is Quick and Safe . We provide Womb Cleaning Pills and Deliveries of the medicine to those who can’t come in.
In most cases, an abortion is carried out as a day procedure, and an overnight stay in hospital is not required.
Before the termination
When you go for your first appointment, you should be given the opportunity to talk about your situation (if you want to).
You will be informed about the different methods of abortion, and which method is suitable for your stage of pregnancy.
You should also be advised about related risks and complications.
The doctor or nurse will take your medical history to make sure that the type of abortion you are offered is suitable for you.
You will be given a blood test to check your blood group and to see whether you are anemic.
You should also be tested for sexually transmitted infections (STI’s), and may be given antibiotics to stop an infection from occurring after the termination.
There are also a number of things that you may require before having an termination.
Abortion Aftercare – Safe Abortion
After a vacuum aspiration abortion or a dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortion, you will go to a recovery area to rest. The staff will periodically check your vital signs and bleeding.
It is normal to bleed moderately or even to pass small clots; the intensity of the cramping usually lessens during the first half hour.
Depending on the procedure, the type of anesthesia you had, and how you are feeling, you may stay in the recovery area from 20 minutes to an hour or more.
If you had IV sedation or general anesthesia, you will need someone to drive or accompany you home.
After Medical Abortion
Most clinics require a follow-up visit to confirm that the abortion is complete. The clinician will do a physical examination, ultrasound or blood pregnancy test. Sometimes these services can be managed by phone without having to return to the clinic.
At Home After Safe Abortion
With any abortion, avoid putting anything into your vagina (no tampons, no sexual intercourse, and no douching) for five days after the abortion, as the cervix is open and there is a greater chance of an infection during this time.
Bleeding ranges from none at all to a light or moderate flow, which may stop and then start again. Some signs of pregnancy, such as nausea, usually get better in a day or two, while others, including breast tenderness, may take a week or two.
You may also be advised to rest and to avoid heavy lifting and strenuous exercise. Self-care is important, but work, school and family circumstances may make some recommendations unrealistic.
In addition, no studies have shown that these activities actually increase the risk of complications after abortion. The best guide is to listen to your body and use common sense.