We perform surgical abortion procedures to terminate a pregnancy. The Womens Abortion Clinic offers surgical abortion services a very safe and common surgical procedure to help women end an unwanted pregnancy

Book an appointment with Dr Oliver at info@womensabortionsclinic.co.za or 0761708645 . You can also visit any of our abortions clinics for the best women’s abortion services

Our staff includes qualified and registered gynecologist, anesthesiologist, registered nurses and counselors for your care. If you are considering to have an abortion, get in touch with our qualified nurses to get all the information you need

Visit the Womens Abortion Clinic or contact us at info@womensabortionclinic.co.za to schedule an appointment for your surgical abortion with our team of qualified & experienced medical staff

All surgical abortions are medical procedures that must be done in a health care provider’s office or clinic. There are several different surgical abortion options. How far along a woman is in her pregnancy often determines what method will be used.

Types of surgical abortions

There are 2 types of surgical abortions, the procedure we perform depends on your pregnancy. We have vacuum aspiration surgical abortion and  dilation & evacuation surgical abortion

Vacuum aspiration surgical abortion (local anesthetic) up to 12 or 14 weeks – you will feel cramping similar to period pain. You are given pain relief tablets and a numbing injection to the neck of your womb (cervix).

Vacuum aspiration surgical abortion with conscious sedation up to 12 or 14 weeks – you are relaxed and sleepy and will feel little or no pain. You will be given a numbing injection to the neck of your womb and sedative medication is given through a cannula (thin plastic tube) placed into a vein in your hand

Dilatation and evacuation surgical abortion from 15 to under 24 weeks – over 18 weeks this is done under general anaesthetic so you will be unconscious and feel no pain during the procedure. Anaesthetic or sedative medication is given through a cannula (thin plastic tube) placed into a vein in your hand. From 15 to 18 weeks treatment is usually done with conscious sedation so you will be relaxed and sleepy and will feel little or no pain.