If you have made the decision for an abortion, three options are available to you. Each method of abortion is equally safe and effective. You should make the decision on your preferred method once you have been thoroughly informed on each method. In the following you will find a description of each method.
- Medical abortion using Mifepristone Mifegyne®/Mifeprex®
- Surgical abortion by aspiration
- Important to know before and after
- Comparison of surgical and medical abortion
Methods of Abortion
An uncomplicated abortion leaves no traces
A termination of pregnancy without complications leaves no traces and therefore will not be detectable later on, not even by a doctor. It has has no negative influence on fertility or any future medical treatment or operation. Furthermore the termination will have no effects on your natural body functions f.e. menstruation, sexuality etc. It is common to all methods that fertility comes back very fast. Usually the next ovulation occurs after 2 weeks and you can get pregnant again if you do not use an effective contraceptive method. For further information please go to: www.abtreibung.at
The cost of an abortion::
For an abortion we charge and at no extra cost, regardless of which method is used:
Up to the 10th week of pregnancy € 560,-
From 10th to 14th week of pregnany € 600,-
This includes all costs, including a determination of blood group, if necessary, and the so-called rhesus syringe for women with blood type rhesus negative.
(ATM at the Gynmed Clinic Vienna)
Early development of a pregnancy
Up to 6 1/2 weeks calculated from the 1st day of the last menstruation cycle, no embryo can be visualized yet, therefore merely a gestational sac can be seen. A picture of a gestational sac in the fifth and the sixth week of pregnancy and a corresponding ultrasonic image are shown below.
ultraschallbild_6te_schwangerschaftswoche.jpg No embryo is observable therein, as it is not yet developed.