ABORTION FAQ'S

  • Unprotected sex
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Abortion advice & information
  • Arranging an appointment for an abortion
  • The risks of abortion
  • What happens at an abortion clinic?
  • Types of abortion procedure
  • After an abortion
  • Legal issues and abortion

Contraception

  • Long acting reversible contraception (LARC)
  • Condoms
  • Diaphragms / cervical caps
  • The Pill
  • Contraceptive patch
  • Withdrawal
  • Natural methods
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Telephone counselling:

Please call us on 000 0000 000 to arrange a time for your appointment.

30 minute session: £35

Sexual Health Specialists    

Abortion Clinics is the UK's leading provider of sexual and reproductive healthcare services. Our nationwide network of sexual health clinics see over 100,000 men and women each year who come to us for information, advice and professional care. We are committed to providing all the help you need to make informed choices about your health. We ensure that there is no wait for appointments and that our centres are safe, friendly, and comfortable places to visit.

Pregnant
If you think you are pregnant you should do a test to make sure. Buy a home pregnancy test from a pharmacy or visit your local GP, family planning clinic or Abortion Clinics centre .

Considering an abortion?
If you are pregnant and considering an abortion, it is important that you seek advice quickly, before your pregnancy is too advanced. Make an appointment with Abortion Clinics or contact your GP, family planning clinic or young person's clinic. Your doctor will be able to refer you under the NHS for free treatment and give you a referral letter to go to the hospital or clinic. We provide both NHS and private abortion treatment. If you are coming to us privately the cost will depend on what type of abortion treatment you are having. Click here to find out more about our abortion costs and fees .

Daily updates and photos of Abortion Clinics by Dr. Robin 24-03-2012.
If you are unsure What to do !!! we can arrange for you to see a specialist counsellor or talk to one via our telephone counselling service, so you can discuss your feelings and your options. Don't feel you have to make this important decision on your own (equally, don't let others decide for you). We have also designed an on-line counselling guide below to help you analyse your feelings.

Assessing your abortion options
When you see a doctor, at one of our centres or elsewhere, they will need to assess how many weeks pregnant you are to establish what treatment options are available to you.

Types of abortion treatment range from a simple surgical procedure under local anaesthetic, which only requires a short visit to a centre of about one hour, to mild sedation or a general anaesthetic procedure where you may be with us for a little longer. In early pregnancy up to 9 weeks, it is also possible to have a medical abortion , also known as the ‘abortion pill’. We will explain all these options to you when booking you're appointment , but have a look at our Abortion - your questions answered leaflet for more information.