Abortion Clinic Pretoria/Womens Clinic in Pretoria
Abortion Clinic Pretoria/Womens clinic in Pretoria/Pain Free Abortion Clinic offers Gynecology & Abortion Services, we are committed to making GP abortion services and pregnancy testing available and accessible to every woman who needs it. We provide one-day abortion services, 2nd trimester abortion care, and medical abortion (the abortion pill).
As one of the best abortion clinic Pretoria/ Womens Clinic in Pretoria, our staff guides patients with the resources, compassion and medical expertise to make sure they get the quality care that they need. We are committed to helping every woman make the best decision for herself and her loved ones. You can see more detail about our abortion care below.
We also assist patients from outside of the province through our Out Of Town Program,Centurion,Midrand,Sandton,among other neighbouring towns in gauteng.
Our abortion clinic Pretoria/Womens Clinic in Pretoria is located in Pretoria central and is easily accessible from Centurion, Hatfield,Mamelodi, Pretoria north and East.
Others places where you can also find us are North west includes Mafikeng, Potchefstroom, Klerksdorp, Orkney, Carletonville, women clinic in Rustenburg, Zeerust, Lichtenburg, Vryburg. Limpopo includes Polokwane/Pietersburg, Modimolle, Thabazimbi/Northam and Mesina. order abortion pills or pain free abortion pills at our womens clinic in pretoria/womens clinic in johanesburg
Please Call Dr. Marcus for assistance: 012 772 3036 / 079 752 5780 or to make an appointment or click here.
Tshwane women clinic / Abortion Clinic Pretoria is a fully equipped gynecology office that provides family planning and gynecology services. These services include;
- Birth control – oral contraception “the pill,” Depo Provera injections, Ortho Evra patch, and others
- Yearly pap smear
- Testing for sexually transmitted diseases (Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes)
- HIV testing
- Treatment for vaginal infections
- Treatment for human papilloma virus – (HPV) or genital warts (condylomata)
- Pregnancy Terminations
- Skin Care
- Hips,Breast & Bums Enlargement
- Men’s health Problems
- Low libido
The Tshwane women clinic / Abortion Clinic Pretoria provides legal, safe surgical and medical abortions or abortion pills from the very earliest pregnancies up to 26 weeks of pregnancy (from the first day of the last menstrual period). We strive to support our patients, protect their personal dignity and privacy, and respect their choices during such a difficult and stressful time.All patients are treated with individualized, personalized care. A medical history is obtained to alert the physician to medical conditions and any allergies. We check patients’ vital signs, and laboratory testing is done to verify the pregnancy and to check their blood count and Rh blood type. Warm, courteous professionals counsel each patient extensively on the benefits, risks, and alternatives of the procedure.
First Trimester Abortions
A first trimester abortion is an abortion done up to 12 weeks of pregnancy using abortion pills/pain free abortion pills at womens clinic pretoria. There are two types of abortions that can be performed during the first trimester, a surgical abortion and a chemical abortion. this can be done at abortion clinic pretoria/womens clinic pretoria
We provide surgical abortions starting from the very earliest the pregnancy can be seen by ultrasound. A surgical abortion can be done safely only if the pregnancy can be definitely seen inside the uterus on careful ultrasound exam. The lower limit of visualization of a pregnancy by ultrasound is 5 weeks by menstrual age (approximately 3 weeks after conception). The surgical abortion method used for first trimester abortions is known as suction dilatation and curettage (D&C). During the procedure, the cervical canal is very gently dilated with sterile dilators, and the uterine contents are gently suctioned out with sterile, one-use-only, disposable plastic uterine curettes. all this is performed by gynea at abortion clinic pretoria
Menstrual age. In this method, medications are used to cause the pregnancy to stop growing and be expelled in a manner similar to a miscarriage. The benefits, side effects, and alternatives are extensively discussed with each patient who chooses a non-surgical abortion. While this method may be appealing to some, it is not the ideal choice for every patient visit us at abortion clinic pretoria.
Second Trimester Abortions
A second trimester abortion is done between 12-26 weeks of pregnancy. The procedure sometimes can involve two or three consecutive office visits all depends on ultrasound information and patient medical history, although some patients are able to have the procedure in one visit. In both cases, we use only sterilized surgical instruments and sterile, one-use-only, disposable plastic uterine curettes.
During the first step, sterile, disposable laminaria sticks are gently and expertly inserted into the cervix to dilate or open it. Once the laminaria sticks are in place inside the patient’s cervix, a period of time elapses to allow the laminaria sticks to gradually dilate the cervix. The patient usually returns to our office the following morning for the second step of the second trimester abortion.
During the second step of the procedure, the gynecologist, with special expertise in second trimester abortions, uses a method called dilatation and evacuation (D&E). D&E is the safest method for second trimester abortions. In order to increase the safety for our patients, we always use ultrasound guidance during every second trimester abortion.
Patients may choose from several methods of anesthesia, including general (asleep), twilight (conscious or awake sedation), and local (awake). For general anesthesia, we utilize very short acting anesthetic agents, which are carefully given at an individualized dose depending on the patient’s weight, response, and length of the procedure. A certified nurse anesthetist administers all anesthesia and is present during all phases of the procedure. Patients are monitored continuously for pulse oximetry, blood pressure, and pulse during the anesthesia, and until she awakens fully from the anesthesia. As an important safety measure, resuscitative equipment is readily available at all time
Office Hours & Contact Number
Monday – Friday: 9:00 to 18:00
Saturday – Sunday: 9:00 to 15:00
The office is closed on Sundays and on major federal holidays.
Please call Dr. Marcus for assistance: 012 772 3036 / 079 752 5780
- In order to provide high quality, individualized care, The Tshwane women Clinic / abortion clinic pretoria treats only a limited number of patients daily, and patients are seen by appointment only.
- Please call during regular office hours to schedule your appointment.
- If you are calling from out of town, you may call collect.
What is Ectopic Pregnancy?
Once an egg is fertilized, in a normal pregnancy it travels through your fallopian tube to your uterus, where it implants. If the egg stays in the tube and starts growing there instead of your uterus, you have a tubal (or ectopic) pregnancy. At Tshwane women clinic we welcome such pregnancy complication and high risk pregnancy.
Why We Are Unique
- Emergency Contraception (“Morning After Pill”)
- Walk-in Pregnancy Testing
- Easy access by public transportation
- No 24-HOUR Wait or Parental Consent Required
- Abortion Services up to 26 Weeks with Ultrasound
- Abortion Counseling
- After care & general check up
- Men’s health products are also available at a friendly cost
- Questions Answered 24 Hours: Call Today!
Walk-in Pregnancy Testing
Although we are not currently offering these services at this time, we hope to be offering low-cost pregnancy testing in the near future.
Although we are not currently offering these services at this time, we hope to be offering birth control counseling in the near future.
Testing and Treatment
(Sexually Transmitted Infections)
Although we are not currently offering these services at this time, we hope to be offering STI testing and treatment in the near future.
Gynecological Health Care Services
Although we are not currently offering these services at this time, we hope to be offering routine gynecological care services in the near future. For more information about our gynecological health care services,