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Medical Abortion in Lviv

What is a Medical Abortion?

Medical abortion is a non-surgical method of terminating a pregnancy by using medication. It is a safe and effective alternative to surgical abortion, usually performed within the first 10 weeks of pregnancy.

Medical Abortion in Lviv

  • Accessibility

In Lviv, medical abortion services are accessible to women seeking to terminate a pregnancy. A number of clinics and healthcare providers offer these services, ensuring that women have the necessary support and care during the process.

  • Safety

Medical abortion is a safe and effective method of terminating a pregnancy. When conducted under the supervision of a qualified healthcare provider, the risk of complications is low.

  • Legal Aspects

In Ukraine, every woman can undergo an abortion procedure during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. It is not necessary for a woman to have medical or other indications for abortion, her wish is enough. The patient must be of legal age, i.e. 18 years old. If a girl is under 18 years old at the time of the abortion, her parents or guardians must consent to the procedure.

After 12 weeks, abortion is allowed under certain circumstances, such as health risks to the woman, fetal abnormalities, or social reasons.

Doctors See all doctors

Bryn Vladimir Mironovich
Bryn Vladimir Mironovich, Lviv
Obstetrician-gynecologist, Oncogynecologist
"Expert" Hospital

An obstetrician-gynecologist, gynecologist-endocrinologist of the highest category, candidate of medical sciences, endoscopist, head of the department of operative gynecology and urology. Specializes in surgical gynecology and minimally invasive surgery.

  • Obstetrician-gynecologist, Oncogynecologist
  • Highest-category doctor
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences
  • 25 years of experience
Martyn Taras Yulianovich
Martyn Taras Yulianovich, Lviv
"Expert" Hospital

The doctor specializes in gynecology and endoscopy. He performs consultations, all types of surgeries in gynecology: open, endoscopic (laparoscopy, hysteroscopy), vaginal (including slinging and mesh grafts)

  • Obstetrician-gynecologist
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences
  • Highest category
  • Practice: 27 years
Melnichin Nikolay Yaroslavovich
Melnichin Nikolay Yaroslavovich, Lviv
"Expert" Hospital

The doctor specializes in obstetrics and gynecology. Provides consultation consultation, examination, primary diagnosis, surgical gynecology (laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, vaginal surgery), and selection of treatment regimens. Treats diseases and pathologies such as: benign neoplasms of female genitalia genital prolapse, urinary incontinence.

  • Obstetrician-gynecologist
  • Highest-category doctor
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences
  • 21 years of experience
Bula Irina Igorevna
Bula Irina Igorevna, Lviv
"Expert" Hospital

The doctor specializes in gynecology. Holds consultation, examination, colposcopy, ultrasound of the pelvic organs, the selection of treatment regimen. Treats sexually transmitted infections. Also, conducts pregnancies.

  • Gynecologist
  • The doctor of the first category
  • Candidate of Medical Sciences
  • 12 years of experience
Mokra Natalia Ivanovna
Mokra Natalia Ivanovna, Lviv
"Expert" Hospital

Natalia Ivanovna is a gynecologist who has been practicing for over 20 years. She received high qualification category in medicine. She treats all uterine-transmitted diseases and performs ultrasound diagnostics.

  • Obstetrician-gynecologist Ultrasound specialist
  • Doctor of the highest category
  • 20 years of experience

Stages of medical abortion in Lviv, Ukraine

Step 1: Consultation

The medical abortion process begins with a consultation with a healthcare provider. Your doctor will review your medical history, perform an ultrasound, and discuss your options.

Step 2: Medication

There are two medications used in medical abortion:

Mifepristone - This medication blocks the hormone progesterone, causing the pregnancy to stop growing. It is taken orally at the healthcare provider's office.

Misoprostol - This medication causes the uterus to contract, expelling the pregnancy. It is taken at home, usually 24 to 48 hours after taking mifepristone.

Step 3: Follow-up

A follow-up appointment with the gynecologist within one to two weeks to confirm the success of the medical abortion.

Stages of medical abortion in Lviv Ukraine

Possible side effects of medical abortion

Some common side effects of medical abortion include cramping, bleeding, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and fever. These symptoms are usually temporary and can be managed with over-the-counter medications.

Aftercare and support for medical abortion

  • Emotional Support

A woman's emotional state after an abortion depends on many factors, including the reasons that prompted her to make this decision. It is especially important to get help and support from a partner, friends, family, or a qualified professional during the first period after the procedure.

  • Physical Support

After a medical abortion, it's essential to follow the healthcare provider's instructions for self-care and recovery. This may include taking pain medication, using heating pads for cramps, and getting plenty of rest.

Myths and Facts about Medical Abortion

There are many misconceptions about medical abortion. Some common myths include:

  • Myth: Medical abortion is unsafe.

Fact: Medical abortion is a safe and effective method of terminating a pregnancy when performed by a qualified healthcare provider.

  • Myth: Medical abortion always causes severe pain.

Fact: While some women may experience cramping and discomfort, the level of pain varies, and many find it manageable with over-the-counter pain relievers.

  • Myth: Medical abortion leads to fertility issues.

Fact: There is no evidence to suggest that medical abortion affects a woman's ability to conceive in the future.

Myths and Facts about Medical Abortion

How to find a clinic for medical abortion in Lviv?

  • Explore the options presented on the UAmedTOURS website or search for a gynecological clinic on the Internet.
  • Read reviews about the clinic and its doctors.
  • Look at the doctors who work in the clinic you like, and pay attention to their work experience, qualifications, and reviews of them.
  • Take into account that the clinic must be located in a convenient place. That is, not far from your place of residence or transport interchange.

If in doubt about your choice, consult with a manager of UAmedTOURS.

Early abortion with medical abortion is one of the safest options for terminating a pregnancy.

According to our experience with women from other countries who came to Lviv for this procedure, they all noted that the abortion was performed with minimal discomfort, and the fact that they had the procedure far from home helped them feel more comfortable and safe.

Another undoubted benefit of medical abortion is that the possible long-term side effects are minimized. That is, the likelihood that this procedure will affect your ability to get pregnant and have a healthy baby in the future is virtually nil.

This content is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to be a substitute for such advice or treatment by a personal physician. All readers of this material are advised to consult their own physicians or qualified health care professionals. UAmedTOURS is not responsible for the possible health consequences to any person or persons reading or following the information contained in this educational content. All readers of this content, especially those who take prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before making any changes in their diet, lifestyle, taking pills, or other facts that may affect your physical and psychological health.

FAQ more

Medical abortion is 95-98% effective when performed within the first 10 weeks of pregnancy.

The process can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days, depending on the individual and the medications used.

Once the medication is taken, the abortion process cannot be stopped. Therefore, it is important to be sure of your decision before the process begins.

There is no evidence to suggest that medical abortion has any impact on future fertility or pregnancy outcomes.

The level of pain experienced during a medical abortion varies from person to person. Some women may experience cramping and discomfort, while others may find the process relatively pain-free.