Looking for an Abortion Clinic in Kenya

In Kenya,women have turned to the internet for information on how to induce or force miscarriages. In the toughest of circumstances, it can be tempting to want to take matters into your own hands out of desperation. However, doing so is incredibly dangerous for your health and is never recommended unless supervised by a medical professional.This is because most of the information is misleading,half truths or not conveyed in the right manner leading to poor decision making.

Ending an Unwanted Pregnancy in Kenya.

If you are researching how to induce a miscarriage because you have an unwanted pregnancy in Kenya because of missed periods, please do not risk your health by attempting unsafe methods of ending your pregnancy. Research your options for handling an unplanned pregnancy and find someone who can help you handle the situation safely . There are numerous resources out there, as well as support resources for those without friends and family who can help. If you have decided to end your pregnancy, rather than search for ways to end your pregnancy yourself, look for local women’s clinics or a nearby Planned Parenthood. If you parent or partner has placed strict restrictions on abortion, you may have to travel  to somewhere else.Contacts us for care or inbox us in our chat box and let us discuss your options.
Inducing a miscarriage on your own is never a good idea. By trying to induce your own miscarriage, you are not only risking the life of the foetus but your own life as well. Taking foreign pills or overdosing on supplements is dangerous to your health and can have both long- and short-term risks. Procedures performed by those other than a licensed medical professional can also jeopardize your future reproductive health.
There is no safe and reliable way to induce a miscarriage without the involvement of a doctor. In dire situations, it may be tempting to follow any “advice” you may see floating around the Internet because of desperation. This has been mostly seen in Kenyan women leading to so many cases of failed abortion .However, these seemingly “helpful tips,” are not recommended by medical professionals.

Speeding Up Miscarriage to Avoid Dilation and Curettage (D&C).

If you have been diagnosed with a missed miscarriage or blighted ovum, you may be researching inducing miscarriage in order to avoid a dilation and curettage (D&C), a procedure which removes tissue from your uterus. Unfortunately, there is no safe way to speed up a miscarriage on your own. As mentioned above, there is no safe way to induce your own miscarriage, even if it is inevitable that you are going to miscarriage.
If your situation involves a missed miscarriage, talk to your doctor about whether you might be able to use a drug like misoprostol to expedite the miscarriage. If you had a silent miscarriage, your body will need time to naturally expel the tissue. How much time it needs will vary from person to person. If the miscarriage was early in your pregnancy, it might take less time than if the miscarriage occurred later.
Drugs like misoprostol (cytotec)can help you avoid a D&C as well as avoid waiting for bleeding to begin. Misoprostol (cytotec)should only be used under a physician’s supervision due to the risk of heavy bleeding and other side effects. It is not safe to order any of these drugs online or purchase them from non-medical sources.The most common drug for carrying out an abortion is misoprostol and common brands are misoclear,cytotec,isovent and lately misoklara.The cost of abortion drugs vary so much per dose but basically the cost for abortion drugs in Kenya is between 3,500/= to 7,000 /= depending on where you buy them from with 5,000/= being the most common charge.
Rule number one of starting your journey of seeking an abortion is to get help from a qualified practising gynaecologist or general practitioner.Inbox us and we will link you to an available medic