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Private Abortion Clinic London
If you’re considering termination of pregnancy, you are not alone. It is estimated that 1 in 3 UK women have an abortion.
As a private gynaecologist in London, Mr N. Agarwal helps women with unplanned or unwanted pregnancy and with abortion treatment. He helps treat women who've decided that abortion is the right choice for them and offers advice on the types of abortions and the cost of abortions in the UK. He also offers to counsel those who don't know what to do next. However, it is important to remember that in the end, the choice as to how to proceed on this matter is ultimately yours.
What Is An Abortion Or "Termination Of Pregnancy"?
An abortion, also known as a "termination of pregnancy," refers to the medical or surgical procedure that ends a pregnancy. It involves the removal or expulsion of the embryo or foetus, along with the placenta, from the uterus to terminate the pregnancy.
While the reasons for terminating a pregnancy can be many, it is of utmost importance that you consult with an expert gynaecologist who’ll advise proper post abortion care. There are many pregnancy termination options available, among them, the two popular methods are; medical termination of pregnancy using a pill and surgical abortion.
Most private abortion clinics in London, as well as same day abortion clinics in London, offer these options. However, the method (invasive and non-invasive) chosen would largely depend on how far along you may be in your pregnancy. As a private gynaecology clinic in London, we offer both of these methods for women seeking private termination of pregnancy. And here is a brief explanation on both that’ll help you understand the procedures better.
1. Medical Abortion Using Pill
What is Medical Abortion?
One of the simple ways to terminate a pregnancy, using a pill is an option for women seeking an abortion during early pregnancy between 6 and 9 weeks. This form of medical termination of pregnancy involves the administration of tablets which helps initiate uterine contractions that lead to a natural miscarriage. In this method, no surgery is required and it is similar to what happens in an early spontaneous miscarriage. This is a preferable method by most women as it is a straightforward, non-surgical and non-invasive procedure. To avoid unwanted pregnancy, we recommend using an IUD. Our abortion clinic in UK, realises the importance of these precautions such as pregnancy protection aids, so we offer assistance for the same with our IUD coil fitting services.
How Does The Abortion Pill Work?
- Stage 1 – The first pill you take works by blocking the hormone progesterone, which is an essential hormone that enables your body to form the lining of your womb making it suitable for the fertilised egg.
- Stage 2 – The second pill encourages the womb to contract. This leads to the shedding of the uterine lining through the vagina, leading to an abortion.
Are There Any Risks or Side Effects of Early Abortion?
There are many myths around abortion when it comes to its possible risks or side effects. For private pregnancy termination, most women opt for medical termination of pregnancy using a pill, which is the safest option sans any complications. As mentioned above, it is a non-surgical and non-invasive procedure. This limits any risks or side effects. Thus, overall it wouldn’t have any negative impact on your general health or cause any fertility issues in the future.
However, in some cases, medical abortion can cause nausea, fatigue, and diarrhoea. These are common symptoms as your body begins the recovery process. Other recorded issues include uterine infection and hemorrhage. In rare instances, medical termination could lead to incomplete abortion, in which case, you would need to undergo a surgical abortion.
As a pregnancy termination clinic in London, we take all the necessary precautions to ensure you have a safe abortion. And if you are interested in learning more about these risks and side effects, then don't hesitate to schedule a consultation with our abortion clinic in south london. We can help you distinguish the myths from the reality and provide you with expert medical care at the same time.
2. Medical Abortion Using Surgical Procedure
Surgical Termination of Pregnancy
Surgical abortion in the UK is performed by trained medical professionals. Also known as ‘suction aspiration abortion,’ surgical abortion is a one-day procedure. This method is recommended for women who are in their first trimester (12 weeks pregnant or less) and is done with a general or local anaesthetic.
The procedure involves gradual widening of your cervix with rods, followed by the insertion of a slim tube in your uterus. Gentle vacuum pressure is then applied to withdraw the fetus and the placenta. The entire procedure takes 15-20 minutes and you can go home the same day. Few complications involved with surgical abortion include; severe pelvic cramps, excessive bleeding, pelvic and uterine infection.
When Can You Have an Abortion Using Surgical Procedure?
Abortion for pregnancy up to 14 weeks can be done with local anaesthetic. This method has a quicker recovery time which means you can leave the clinic unattended and drive sooner.
If you are looking to get private abortion in London, then we encourage you to visit our private clinic for termination of pregnancy. At our well woman clinic in London, you can expect to get the best medical care while you are going through this challenging time in your life.