Abortion pills for sale in Lebanon
Medical Abortion pills In Lebanon; (Doctor Joy +27640211696)
This service is a safe and legal way to end a pregnancy at an early gestation without needing to attend a clinic for treatment. You should contact Doctor Joy about abortion pills for sale in Lebanon on our bookings and information line +(27)64-021-1696 to book a telephone consultation and full medical assessment with a trained nurse or midwife who will assess your suitability for treatment. Most women are eligible for NHS-funded treatment and we can discuss whether this applies to you when you call. If treatment is suitable and safe, you will receive abortion pills by post a few days later, or we can book you for an alternative treatment in the clinic.
We sell original abortion medicine pills in Lebanon which includes: Cytotec 200mcg (Misoprostol), Mifepristone, Mifegest-kit, Misoclear, Emergency contraceptives are also available
The idea of going to a clinic and waiting anxiously in an examination room for the pills you need to end your pregnancy seems less than ideal. If there was some way you could get started on solving this problem right now, you would do it. Remaining in the safety and privacy of your own home seems much more appealing. No one would ever have to know you are even pregnant!
You may be tempted to buy mifepristone and misoprostol online. While it is possible to get medical abortion pills over the internet, it is actually illegal to take them without the assistance of a qualified physician.1 According to the FDA, "You should not buy Mifeprex over the Internet because you will bypass important safeguards designed to protect your health (and the health of others). Before using the abortion pills for us you must contact us and a professional team of our doctors will guide you on how you must use them until abortion is successful.
Comparison of Methods for First-Trimester Abortion
Suction Curettage Vs Abortion Medical Abortion
What is it? A doctor uses suction to empty your uterus. A combination of medications ends the pregnancy and causes your uterus lining to shed.
How does it work? During a visit to the clinic, a doctor places a speculum into your vagina. The doctor numbs the cervix and then gradually widens, or dilates, your cervix. Then, a tube is placed into your uterus. Suction, created by an electric machine or by a hand-held syringe, is applied on the other end of the tube and empties your uterus. You will first swallow a medication that causes your pregnancy to stop growing. One to three days after swallowing the first medication, you will place into your vagina another medication. Your uterus will contract and you will have bleeding and cramping at home. You will return to the clinic to confirm that the abortion was successful.
How effective is the method? 97 percent of suction curettage abortions are successful; only about 3 percent of women need a repeat procedure or other intervention. 94 percent to 96 percent of women respond successfully to the medications. About 4 percent to 5 percent of women will need a suction curettage abortion due to continued pregnancy, prolonged or excessive bleeding, or patient choice.
How far along in my pregnancy can I use this method? Six to14 weeks since the first day of your last menstrual period. Women are often asked to wait until six weeks of pregnancy to decrease the possibility of leaving all or part of the pregnancy behind after the surgical procedure. If performed earlier than six weeks, the procedure may be less effective. Four to nine weeks since the first day of your last menstrual period. Medical abortion can be performed as soon as a woman knows she is pregnant. It is more effective and leads to less bleeding at earlier gestations (five to seven weeks compared to eight to nine weeks).
How long is each appointment? If you are between six and 12 weeks pregnant, the appointment will take approximately three hours. Later abortions usually require longer or multiple visits. Two clinic visits are required; the first will last approximately one hour and the second is usually 20 to 30 minutes.
Is it painful? Most women experience some cramping during or after the short procedure. Most women experience strong cramps and some women experience nausea or other side effects.
What kind of anesthesia (pain relief) will I receive? The doctor will apply numbing medication (local anesthesia) to your cervix. Oral medications, including Valium, Vicodin, and/or Ibuprofen, also are used to relax you and to control your discomfort. Anesthesia is not required. Most women are satisfied with over-the-counter pain medications like Ibuprofen. We recommend Ibuprofen, Tylenol, and/or Vicodin for pain relief if needed.
How much will I bleed? Women usually have light bleeding at home after the procedure for up to two weeks. Women usually have heavy bleeding for several hours and bleed like a period for an average of two weeks.
May I bring a support person with me? Yes, one friend, partner, or family member may accompany you during the health education, explanation of the procedure, and the procedure itself. Yes, one friend, partner, or family member may accompany you during the health education and explanation of medical abortion. You should have someone with you at home on the day you place the second medication in your vagina.
When can I resume my normal activities after the procedure?
You should go home and rest after the procedure. Resume normal activities the following day. Avoid activity that causes increased pain.
If you receive oral relaxation or narcotic pain medications for the procedure, don't drive a car for eight hours. If you receive intravenous (IV) medications during the procedure, don't drive a car for 24 hours.