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We believe it is the right of every woman to have, or NOT have, children at the time and under the circumstances of her own choosing. Read more

We believe it is the right of every woman to have, or NOT have, children at the time and under the circumstances of her own choosing. Read more

We believe it is the right of every woman to have, or NOT have, children at the time and under the circumstances of her own choosing. Read more

We believe it is the right of every woman to have, or NOT have, children at the time and under the circumstances of her own choosing. Read more

We believe it is the right of every woman to have, or NOT have, children at the time and under the circumstances of her own choosing. Read more

We believe it is the right of every woman to have, or NOT have, children at the time and under the circumstances of her own choosing. Read more

We believe it is the right of every woman to have, or NOT have, children at the time and under the circumstances of her own choosing. Read more

We believe it is the right of every woman to have, or NOT have, children at the time and under the circumstances of her own choosing. Read more

Abortion Care - Services

Making Your Choice

Medical or Surgical Abortion

If you choose to end your pregnancy, and it has been 9 weeks or less since your last period, you may be eligible to have a medical abortion. The following information can help you decide if it is right for you.


Medical Abortion (Abortion Pill)

A medical abortion (or commonly referred to as the Abortion Pill) uses two medicines to end a pregnancy. The first one - mifepristone (Ru486) - weakens the attachment of the pregnancy to the uterus. A second medication - misoprostol - swallowed or put into the vagina two days later, makes the uterus cramp and causes bleeding to expel the pregnancy.

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Surgical Abortion

Surgical abortion is a brief and safe surgical procedure commonly done all over the world. During the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy, a surgical abortion is done by a method called vacuum aspiration under a general anaesthetic (unconscious) or under sedation. With vacuum aspiration the cervix (opening to the uterus) is stretched open slightly, pregnancy is then removed through a small tube using suction.

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Other Services

  • Pregnancy Testing and Counselling
  • Contraceptive advice
  • IUCD Insertion and Removal
  • Implanon Insertion and Removal
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Management
  • Ultrasounds

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