Women’s Clinic Johannesburg
Women’s Clinic provides you with access to safe, discreet and respectful options to terminate an unplanned and unwanted pregnancy.
To be seen in the clinic you should be referred by a primary health-care provider (family doctor, nurse practitioner, public health nurse) after an ultrasound is completed to determine how many weeks you have been pregnant. If you do not have a primary health-care provider, or if you have been unable to book a timely appointment with your primary health-care provider, you can contact the Women’s Clinic directly at +27739336524 to book an appointment. The receptionist will also work to arrange an ultrasound on your behalf once you have reached five and a half weeks of pregnancy based on your last menstrual period. Please note, if the receptionist is unavailable to take your call, you can leave a message and we will connect with you as soon as possible. For privacy reasons, when we call we will not leave a message on your phone unless you specifically request us to do so. After two business days, if your call has not been returned, please call the Women’s Clinic again to schedule your appointment.
The clinic is located on the first floor of the hospital’s Dietary wing. If you plan to enter the hospital through the main entrance off of Stuart Street, please click here for a map that will help you find the Dietary wing.
The Women’s Clinic offers two procedures that can be used depending on how far you are into your pregnancy. Abortion Options
- Medical termination – if you are less than nine weeks pregnant, you may opt for a medical termination. This procedure requires two appointments one week apart. The first appointment you will be given medication at the clinic and they will also send you home with a second medication along with instructions for when you take it. You will then return to the clinic one week later for follow up. You must meet certain medical requirements to be a candidate for a medical termination.
- Surgical termination – if you are between seven and 12 weeks pregnant, you will be offered a surgical procedure known as a vacuum D&C. This procedure is completed in the clinic and you will need to stay in the hospital for most of the day. You’ll register for the procedure in the morning and will likely be ready to go home sometime between three and four o’clock in the afternoon. You should feel well enough to return to work or school the day after the procedure. Do u think u might be Pregnant
Nico safe abortion clinic offers same day services, that is non-surgical abortion which is supposed to stop your pregnancy from growing and vaginal suppositories of Termination Pills which will help expel your pregnancy with no major complications.No risks for future ability to have children. Get a legal abortion at the Nico women Abortion clinic one of South Africa’s best professional Legal Abortions Clinics. The earlier you are in the pregnancy the less bleeding and cramping you will have to Experience.