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Early term abortion?

Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) is your safest and most accessible way to terminate a pregnancy!

What is medical Termination of Pregnancy?

Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) is a procedure that uses oral medicines to terminate early pregnancies (0-7 weeks). To start this procedure you first need to visit a gynaecologist to understand your options and eligibility for it.

What is medical Termination of Pregnancy?

Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) is a procedure that uses oral medicines to terminate early pregnancies (0-7 weeks). To start this procedure you first need to visit a gynaecologist to understand your options and eligibility for it.

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WHAT IS THE PROCESS?

Step 1: Consult gynaecologist*

Speak to a non-judgemental gynaecologist who understands your needs.

Step 2: Diagnostic testing

Learn if MTP is a safe option for you through complete and comprehensive testing.

Step 3: Initiate medication

Based on gynaecologist recommendation complete your dosage.

Step 4: Check-in with gynaecologist

Check-in with our gynaecologist to manage symptoms and address concerns.

Step 5: Completion scan

Follow up with examination that can confirm the termination of pregnancy.

*Our gynaecologist will support you every step of the way and you can check-in with them as frequently as required through this process. The first consult is priced at INR 1,000. If the doctor considers you eligible for MTP, the MTP package including unlimited consults, medication, diagnostic testing, and scans will be additionally priced between INR 7,000 – 9,000 based on tests required.

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Frequently asked questions

You are eligible for an MTP if you are up to 7 weeks pregnant and wish to have an abortion. However, in some cases MTP may not be the right choice for you, for example if you have an ectopic pregnancy, bleeding disorders, allergies, among others. Our gynaecologist will support you in understanding your options.

  • If you are more than 7 weeks pregnant, you may run a risk of injury and long term side effects if you choose to get an MTP
  • In the case that you are more than 7 weeks pregnant and/or the gynaecologist does not recommend an MTP due to safety concerns, you can also go for the Dilation and curettage (D&C) procedure where the gynaecologist removes the tissues from inside the uterus.
  • While MTP is among the safest procedures to terminate early pregnancies, as with any medical interventions, there may be some risks involved. These include (non-exhaustive): continuous heavy bleeding, infection, an allergic reaction to the medicine, or an incomplete abortion. During your consultation our gynaecologist will share these risks as well as support you on the right steps to take if you face any of these concerns. 
  • For an MTP to be successful, you will need to take the prescribed medicine at the proper dosage and times. It is important that the medication is taken on the gynaecologist’s recommendation only.

Proactive’s MTP kit has been developed to provide holistic support. It consists of the following:

  • Unlimited gynaecologist check-ins for consistent support through your abortion journey
  • Pills required to induce the abortion
  • Ultrasound scans before and after the process to ensure both eligibility and complete termination of pregnancy
  • Blood tests to check your vitals before and after the process

Yes, it is possible to get pregnant after an MTP. Our positive, judgement-free gynaecologists can also advise you about various contraception methods if you wish to avoid getting pregnant in the near future.

Yes, a gynaecologist consult is necessary when getting an MTP at Proactive for Her. It is important for our gynaecologist to first examine you and make sure you qualify for an MTP procedure.