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We offer abortion treatment pills-by-post for pregnancies up to 10 weeks’ gestation. This is only for women who live in England and Wales. Following a telephone consultation and all necessary checks - you may be able to use abortion pills at home without visiting a clinic.
Early medical abortion (the abortion pill) is the most common treatment option for abortion up to 10 weeks' gestation providing it is suitable and safe. Don't worry if your gestation is over 10 weeks or the abortion pill is not suitable or safe for you, we can still arrange treatment by another method.
Please don't delay contacting us about your treatment; we continue to offer medical and surgical abortion care up to 24 weeks' gestation. Most NHS contracts allow you to make your own appointment without first contacting your GP - we can tell you if you are eligible when you call.
If you need an ultrasound before your treatment, we will arrange one for you at a suitable location.
Your consultation and medical assessment usually takes place with a nurse or midwife over the telephone. The nurse or midwife will discuss your options and the reasons for your decision, your medical history, and your treatment options. Following this discussion, we will either send your abortion pills by post or make an appointment for treatment at one of our clinics.
We continue to closely monitor the advice from the World Health Organization, NHS, Foreign Office and Government guidelines regarding the current Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
For safety, please do not attend your in person appointment at the clinic if:
If your face-to-face appointment with us is within your isolation period or you are symptomatic of COVID, please call us to rebook.
Visit NHS 111 online for more information and advice.
Clients can bring one person with them to the clinic. They will be allowed into the waiting area with you but due to the size of some of our clinics they may not be able to stay with you. Please be aware that at some point during your time with us we will want to see you alone.
Information updated 01.06.2022