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Abortion Clinic in Pretoria, women clinic for Reproductive Alternatives started is available to every woman that needs reproductive health resources, she needs to plan a healthy, active, and prosperous life.

At the same time, we educate each woman about the importance of preventative health measures and responsible reproductive health choices.

This was our mission at Abortion Clinic in Pretoria when we started the clinic, and this same idea still drives us today, over 10 years later.

The track record we’ve accumulated over the years speaks to our commitment to patients, their families, and the community at large.

Our facility is clean and modern, with the latest technology at our disposal. Just as important, both our medical and office staff are second to none.

We think you’ll notice the difference immediately when you step foot inside our doors. We’d love to see you today to discuss your reproductive health needs and how we can serve you.


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Connect Women’s Clinic in Pretoria for Reproductive Alternatives has been operating in Pretoria, South Africa since June 2010.

We are the one of the few clinics in Pretoria with staff, Board Certified, Gynaecologists with local hospital privileges.  We have both male and female physicians to meet your needs.  

Our physician are proponents of women’s healthcare and have dedicated their lives to not only treating women but also educating them about the issues affecting their quality of life. 

Our physicians work diligently to ensure that every patient receives the highest level of care. 

Call us today to schedule an appointment.


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More about Abortion Clinic in Pretoria, Abortion is a common and safe procedure used to end a pregnancy. The earlier in pregnancy you make your decision and speak to a doctor about it, the easier it is to get an abortion.

In South Africa you can have an abortion for any pregnancy that is less than 12 weeks.

If you have been pregnant for less than 9 weeks, the Abortion Clinic in Pretoria can provide you with an early medical abortion. This is sometimes called the abortion pill. You will need to have two appointments with a three-day wait in between them.

If you are between 9 and 12 weeks pregnant you can have your first appointment at connect women clinic, then we can refer you to have a medical or surgical abortion in a hospital.

If you are over 12 weeks pregnant, you can only get an abortion if there is a risk of serious harm to your health or if you have a diagnosis of a fatal foetal anomaly.

If you are over 12 weeks pregnant but want an abortion for different reasons, you may need to travel abroad for abortion care.

Depending on your situation, we may be able to refer you to a hospital in Ireland or give you information and support you if you need to travel.


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Connect Abortion Clinic in Pretoria is ready to provide early medical abortion consultations 7 days a week.

Connect women clinic is ready to begin providing early medical abortion services in its clinics, but has called on the Minister for Health to prioritise legislation on Exclusion Zones around service providers.

Connect women clinic has been receiving enquiries from women since early December, who wish to be able to avail of abortion services in Pretoria, instead of having to travel or access medication illegally online. 

Since the start of January, it has received at least a dozen calls daily to each of its clinics from women asking about appointments.

We know women will turn to Connect Abortion Clinic in Pretoria for support around unplanned pregnancy – as they have done for over 10 years – and as pioneers in women’s health we’re proud to be in a position to provide abortion care to women in Ireland.”

 “Connect women clinic’s committed clinic employees are ready to deliver this service, and we have put in place the necessary procedures and policies. We now need the Department of Health and HSE to ensure that the remaining necessary back-ups are in place; women seeking abortion must be able to have timely access, and not encounter unnecessary barriers that cause further distress.”

Many operational processes have been put in place by the HSE in order for the Connect Woman Centre to be able to start providing abortion care – including ordering of the medication, and access to ultrasound scanning and to anti-D clinics in maternity hospitals.  Most important is the referral pathway.


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“Connect Woman Centre will be providing early medical abortions up to 9 weeks’ gestation. If a woman has her first consultation with one of our doctors, and she is between 9 and 12 weeks pregnant, we will need to refer her to a maternity hospital for care.”

“There was concern over ‘catchment areas’ in the Pretoria-based maternity hospitals.  From our experience in providing women’s healthcare, we know that women attend the Pretoria Connect Woman Centre from all parts of Ireland to access our specialised services. 

“Connect Abortion Clinic in Pretoria has always been about supporting women, and empowering them in their reproductive decisions.  For over forty years, we have advocated and campaigned to bring about full reproductive healthcare in South Africa. 

Connect Woman Centre will continue to provide non-directive crisis pregnancy counselling, after-abortion counselling, and after-abortion medical check-ups, in its clinics to women having early medical abortions.

Even with the legalising of free and safe abortion services in South Africa, we know that some women will have to continue to travel outside this country to access an abortion, as they will fall outside the provisions of the legislation. 

Our counsellors will continue to support women who wish to discuss their decision, or their experience of abortion, in a non-judgemental space.”