87 commissioner street

Johannesburg, 2001

Email : Doctor Francis

abortionclinicsjhb@gmail.com

Our Working Hours

7:30 Am - 5:30 Pm Mon-Sun

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Abortion Clinic Johannesburg

Abortion clinic Johannesburg is an abortion clinic that provides women with safe, legal and confidential abortions, as well as women’s health services in a safe and Professional Environment.

Safe abortion/Terminating your pregnancy (abortion) is your legal right.

Safe Abortion Clinic offers safe abortions for unwanted pregnancies for up to 20 weeks.

Our nurses and doctor are accredited professionals and experts in reproductive healthcare.

Our work is strictly governed by the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act and we adhere to World Health Organisation Guidelines 

How safe is abortion?

How safe is abortion?

where abortions are performed.

The highly qualified health care professionals in very hygenic conditions, a pregnancy termination is one of the safest medical procedures and complications are rare [1].

Anti-choice counselling services and lobby groups sometimes run scare campaigns on the supposed ‘risks’ of abortion.

In an attempt to scare women out of having a termination and  this can be an extremely distressing experience.

Psychological Association’s Task force on Mental Health and Abortion reviewed 20 years of research and studies into the psychological effects of abortion.

The released its final report in 2008 and It found no difference in the psychological effect of terminating an unplanned pregnancy and carrying that pregnancy.

When to get medical advice

After having an abortion, you’ll probably experience some period-type pains and vaginal bleeding.

This should start to gradually improve after a few days, but can last for one to two weeks.

It’s normal and is usually nothing to worry about and this show how safe is the abortion.

But you should get advice if you experience any signs of a possible problem, such as:

  • excessive bleeding – for example, if you pass large clots or go through two or more sanitary pads an hour for more than two hours in a row
  • severe pain that can’t be controlled with painkillers such as ibuprofen
  • a high temperature (fever)
  • continuing pregnancy symptoms, such as nausea and sore breasts