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What to expect on the day

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You will need to wear a mask at all times in the clinic

You will be given a BPAS treatment guide’ to explain in detail what will happen during treatment and aftercare. There are lots of videos and information on the website to help you too.

Click on the page links below for more information what to expect during your appointment:

Consultation

Abortion pill up to 10 weeks

Abortion pill from 10 weeks up to 24 weeks

Surgical abortion with local anaesthetic or conscious sedation 

Surgical abortion with general anaesthetic

Remember for your appointment:

  • Bring letters and paperwork from your GP or family planning clinic, if you have any
  • Bring your scan report if you have one
  • Bring all your medicines including inhalers
  • You may be given an internal scan if you are under 8 weeks pregnant
  • There are no facilities for children so please make arrangements for childcare. However, if that is difficult for you please inform the advisor when booking the appointment
  • Click on the relevant link for fasting information, if your apppointment is for treatment with conscious sedation or general anaesthetic. If you don’t follow the instructions for eating and drinking, it may not be safe to give you the treatment of your choice, or your treatment may be postponed
  • If you attend one of our clinics in person, you will need someone to take you home after treatment if you are aged under 18 or you plan to have have your treatment while asleep or sedated

One in three women in the UK will have an abortion at some time in their lives. The MyBodyMyLife booklet shares some of their stories click to read more