women’s clinic Pretoria is a registered clinic for women offering services ranging from women’s sexual problems, pregnancy care, Gynecological services and also legal termination of pregnancy.
Marie Stopes UK provides a confidential counselling service for women and men relating to issues such as: relationships, self-esteem, grief, pregnancy and abortion. Counselling gives you a confidential, non-judgemental and safe space to discuss what you’re experiencing.
If you’re pregnant, and the pregnancy is unplanned, you may be feeling a wide range of emotions. It’s important to face what’s happening to you and seek advice as soon as possible. It’s also important that you make a decision that’s right for you; this might not always be the decision your partner, friends or family would make.
You might feel unable to talk to those closest to you, or that you won’t get impartial support from them. This is where counselling can really help. Marie Stopes’ team are highly qualified to help you explore the choices that you think might be best for you, with empathy and understanding.
If you’d like to arrange counselling, you can book by calling 0345 300 8090.
Counselling is available for free if you’re having other treatment at Marie Stopes UK. Alternatively, you can pay for stand-alone counselling
offering same-day confidential medical abortion using the abortion pills that are safe, pain free and medically approved. We also provide free checkups after the termination, plus free womb cleaning to ensure you have no complications or side-effects in the nearby future. And we also offer morning after pills, pregnancy termination pills, day after pills and pills for STL/STD (Sexually Transmitted infections/Sexually transmitted diseases) treatments.
Our services are carried out by qualified doctors who make sure everything works out properly and confidentially We are proud of our reputation for being a private medical Abortions Clinic office that treats each patient with distinctive care and respect and our personal dedication to abortion services continues to ensure that women maintain the right and the opportunity to choose to have an abortion.
A large number of patients feel relieved after having our medical abortion procedure using the abortion pills. Most of our clients feel that having an abortion is a very difficult decision – we have realized this in most women we come across. The decision rests with an individual – you.
Having an Abortion at Womens clinic Pretoria
If you are pregnant and considering an abortion, you probably have many questions and worries going through your mind right now. Unplanned pregnancies are very common and one in three women will decide to have an abortion in their lifetime. So you are not alone.
We have been providing specialist abortion care on behalf of the NHS for over 40 years. 98% of the women we see have their abortion treatment paid for by the NHS. The best way to find out if you qualify for NHS-funded treatment is to call our advice line on 0345 300 8090.
If you decide to have an abortion, there are two main types of methods you can have: medical or surgical abortion. This can depend on when your last period was, your medical history and your personal preference. Use our gestation calculator to find out more information or call us 0345 300 8090.
I’m pregnant – what are my choices?
The decision you make about the pregnancy is very important – you should give yourself time to consider your situation. It’s important to face what’s happening and seek advice as soon as possible.
It’s also important to make the right decision for you; this might not be the decision your friends or family would make.
Try and talk it over with someone. If you feel unable to talk to friends or family, you can speak to a Marie Stopes UK counsellor, your GP, or if you’re under 25 – a Brook counsellor. Marie Stopes UK takes your privacy seriously and any counselling conversations will be confidential. Read about our counselling services.
If you’re not sure what to do, you have three choices to consider.
- Continue with the pregnancy and become a parent. Should you wish to do this, contact your GP who will arrange antenatal care.
- Continue with the pregnancy and consider adoption or fostering. If you don’t want to become a parent, contact the British Adoption and Fostering Association. If you live in Ireland, contact the Irish Family Planning Association.
- End the pregnancy through abortion. If you don’t want to continue with the pregnancy, contact your GP, family planning clinic or Marie Stopes United Kingdom clinic. They will be able to advise you on abortion options, and whether you can access abortion through the NHS.
If your GP refuses to discuss or refer you for abortion, you have the right to see another GP or go to a family planning clinic. It’s important for you to know how many weeks pregnant you are, as this will affect your options. Medical abortion (the abortion pill), for example, is only recommended for women up to 9 weeks + 4 days pregnancy at Marie Stopes UK.