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. Welcome to the NILE care Abortion Clinics .
This clinic is South Africa's top Abortion clinic facility, with state of the art facilities complimented by registered and experienced Medical professionals. We have made it possible for 100's of women who have had an unwanted pregnancies to have a Safe and Private Abortion.In most cases, an abortion is carried out as a day procedure, and an overnight stay in hospital is not required.
Before the abortion
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 aneamic. You should also be tested for sexually transmitted infections (STI's), and may be given antibiotics to stop an infection from occurring after the abortion.
There are also a number of things that you may require before having an abortion.
Medical Abortion pills can be Delivered to You
At your Convenience any where
Just Call the numbers Below to make arrangements
We only use Safe and tested drugs 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.
Deciding to Terminate
Suspecting and confirming an unplanned pregnancy is an experience most women will encounter during their fertile years. No contraceptive method (other than abstinence) is 100% effective and it is estimated that each sexually active South African woman using some form of contraception will have an average of two unplanned pregnancies during her reproductive years. The incidence of pregnancy increases among those using no method. Although some women receive the news of their pregnancy with happiness, most feel a range of emotions, from ambivalence and misgiving, to anger and depression.
Most women will contemplate their choices, difficult though they may be, and many will choose to terminate the pregnancy. Recent statistics show that half of South African women facing an unplanned pregnancy choose abortion. Abortion may also become an option with a planned pregnancy during which the situation changes. Social or medical reasons may force a woman to consider having an abortion in such a case.
For most women though, the choice is between continuing the pregnancy and keeping the child, or choosing abortion. This applies equally to all women, regardless of social and financial standing. Married women, single women, students, working women, teenagers, mothers and grandmothers are all likely to find themselves faced with an unplanned pregnancy.
If you have found out you are pregnant and are confused regarding your choice, it will be important for you to work out what is making it difficult for you to make a decision. It often helps to write down the different options you are contemplating and list the pros and cons of each option. This exercise usually brings clarity to the situation. But if you are still undecided, it may help to talk it over with someone—a family member, a friend or a counsellor.
How do I feel about being pregnant?
How do I feel about becoming a parent?
What would my options give me?
What would I lose if I choose one way or the other?
What does this mean financially?
How would my choice affect my significant others?
How do my choices agree or conflict with my beliefs and values?
It may help to summarise your responses to these questions and to write down any other thoughts that come to you. Take time to ponder your thoughts for a few days and stay sensitive to your feelings.
If you have chosen abortion the contact me:
We are available by phone 24 hours a day
+27717974385OUR OTHER LOCATIONS
Van der Walt St Next to Shoprite
Next to ABSA bank
Next to Shoprite, Witbank and Middelburg
KWAZULU NATAL PROVINCE:
Next to Standard bank on Smith St
Next to Shoprite
WESTERN CAPE PROVINCE:
CLINIC 37 Strand St
RUSTENBURG (by) Boom Street, Next to FNB Bank
POLOKWANE City Centre
FREE STATE PROVINCE:
WELKOM. City Centre
NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCE:
KIMBERLEY City Centre
EASTERN CAPE PROVINCE:
EAST LONDON City Centre