Vaal Women Clinic is an abortion clinic performing first, second, and late-term abortions. Also offering abortion pill, the morning after pill, day after pill. Our mission will always be to provide all women and their families with the highest quality abortion care available at the lowest possible cost.

One in five women has turned to Planned Parenthood at some time in her life for professional, non-judgmental, and confidential care. Abortion is a safe and legal medical procedure for a woman to consider, if and when she needs it. Having a child is an important choice, and knowing all your options can help you to make the best decision. Remember that you have options when facing a pregnancy. Whether you choose adoption, parenthood, or abortion, getting all the information about each possibility will help you to make and feel good about your decision. If you think you might be pregnant because you've missed your period, had unprotected sex or are experiencing other symptoms that make you think you might be pregnant – we are here for you! At Vaal you won’t find anyone who is judging you, forcing you to make a decision regarding your pregnancy or making money off your decision. Instead, you’ll find caring women, many who are medical professionals that are available to offer you FREE pregnancy tests and FREE ultrasounds. If you really are pregnant, you’ll find helpful peer coaches who will help you explore every option you have and help walk you through the process.

Vaal women's clinic in Vereeniging, Vanderbijlpark & Sasolburg  Gauteng,1903. Tel. 0636727798 or Email@ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Address: General Hertzog Road, Three Rivers, River Square, Vereeniging, 1939, Barrage Rd & Rossini Blvd, Vanderbijlpark, 1911, 35 John Vorster Avenue, Sasolburg Ext 5, Sasolburg, 1947

Vaal Women Clinic is an abortion clinic performing first, second, and late-term abortions. Also offering abortion pill, the morning after pill, day after pill. Our mission will always be to provide all women and their families with the highest quality abortion care available at the lowest possible cost.

One in five women has turned to Planned Parenthood at some time in her life for professional, non-judgmental, and confidential care. Abortion is a safe and legal medical procedure for a woman to consider, if and when she needs it. Having a child is an important choice, and knowing all your options can help you to make the best decision. Remember that you have options when facing a pregnancy. Whether you choose adoption, parenthood, or abortion, getting all the information about each possibility will help you to make and feel good about your decision. If you think you might be pregnant because you've missed your period, had unprotected sex or are experiencing other symptoms that make you think you might be pregnant – we are here for you! At Vaal you won’t find anyone who is judging you, forcing you to make a decision regarding your pregnancy or making money off your decision. Instead, you’ll find caring women, many who are medical professionals that are available to offer you FREE pregnancy tests and FREE ultrasounds. If you really are pregnant, you’ll find helpful peer coaches who will help you explore every option you have and help walk you through the process.

Vaal women's clinic in Vereeniging,Meyerton & Midvaal  Gauteng,1903. Tel. 0636727798 or Email@ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

319550774900378Ectopic Pregnancy

An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that occurs outside the uterus, usually within the fallopian tube. It is a life-threatening condition to the mother and the fetus cannot survive this condition. The developing cells must be removed to save the mother’s life. This is an emergency condition and you must seek medical help immediately and may require an ectopic pregnancy surgery.

If there is a rupture, surgery is done to stop blood loss. This surgery will confirm an ectopic pregnancy, remove the abnormal pregnancy and repair any tissue damage.
Most forms of ectopic pregnancy that occur outside the fallopian tubes are not preventable. However, a tubal pregnancy (the most common type of ectopic pregnancy) may be prevented in some cases by avoiding conditions that might scar the fallopian tubes.

One-third of women who have had one ectopic pregnancy or an ectopic pregnancy surgery are still able to conceive and have a normal pregnancy in the future.

 

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Sonograms and Ultrasounds

Last Resort Gynecology has become a standard of excellence by which all other facilities are measured. We attributes much of our reputation to a dedicated staff of anesthesiologists, recovery room nurses, and medical assistants who deliver every day on the model of caring and kindness set over the course of 15 years of dedicated service to  Pretoria & Johannesburg area women.

Please call or contact us for a appointment.

As part of our gynecological services, we offer pregnancy ultrasound tests at our Johannesburg clinic. An ultrasound exam is a common procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to scan a woman’s abdomen and pelvic cavity, creating a picture (sonogram) of the baby and placenta. Although the terms ultrasound and sonogram are technically different, they are used interchangeably and reference the same exam. The traditional exam uses a transducer over the belly to generate 2-D images of a developing fetus. We use the pregnancy ultrasound as part of our diagnostic procedures to detect abnormalities and conditions related to pregnancy.

To schedule an ultrasound in Johannesburg, call our clinic today at 0769584809.

What Does the Morning After Pill Do?

The Morning After Pill, otherwise known as emergency contraception, prevents pregnancy by delaying ovulation with the same hormones as regular birth control pills, but in a much higher dosage. Delaying ovulation inhibits the ability of your ovaries to release an egg, meaning that fertilization and pregnancy cannot occur. If ovulation has already taken place or if too much time has passed since intercourse (over 72 hours), data suggests that the morning after pill is unlikely to be effective.

Taking the Morning after Pill as Emergency Contraception

Emergency contraception should be taken within 72 hours of sexual intercourse. It is taken in two doses; the first dose is taken immediately and the second 12 hours later. The morning after pill is still effective even if you are already taking birth control pills and miss a dose. However, the Morning After Pill is not intended to be a primary form of birth control and should only be taken as a back up or in case of ‘emergency’ as indicated by the name.
It is important to note that the morning after pill does not terminate established pregnancies and is not a form of abortion.

 The Effectiveness of Emergency Contraception

The effectiveness of the Morning After Pill is relative to when it is taken, and has a higher rate of preventing pregnancy the sooner it is taken For instance, Plan B One Step is 95 percent effective when taken within 24 hours of sexual intercourse – but this number dips to 89 percent after 72 hours have passed.
Additionally, some medications may cause side effects if taken with the morning after pill, and St. John’s Wort, barbiturates, and other substances can decrease its effectiveness.

Keep in Mind

If you think you need emergency contraception or you want to learn more, schedule an appointment with Metropong Gynecology by calling 0769584809 or filling out a contact form.

Side effects from the morning after pill will normally only last a few days and you may not experience any of them. Every woman is different and will have varying reactions, but most are resolved within 24 hours.
Learn more about other forms of contraception offered at Metropong Gynecology including:
•    The birth control pill
•    Diaphragm
•    IUD
•    Emergency Contraception – Morning After Pill.

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