Protop Women's Clinic specialises in performing termination of pregnancy according to the Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1996 (Act No 92 of 1996) Protop Women's Clinic is a facility designated by the Department of Health. (Approved by Government)

Protop Womens Clinic Surgical and Medical Procedures

Personal counseling
We inform the patient about her legal rights, personal right of choice and emotional implications of termination of pregnancy or not

Communicate procedures
We inform the patient about the procedures to be followed to effect a termination of pregnancy

Perform termination
We perform the termination of pregnancy with the assistance of qualified midwives and a professional gynaecologist

After care
We perform check-ups on the health of the woman as required

The Vision of Protop Women's Clinic

To orientate and empower women of their reproductive health rights

Protop Women's Clinic Mission Statement

• To afford women the opportunity to have children by choice
• To deliver client satisfaction equal to or above client expectations.

Services Offered

Safe Abortions

Perform Termination

30 minutes • Price varies

We perform the termination of pregnancy with the assistance of qualified midwives and a professional gynaecologist

Gynecologist Check-ups

The purpose of your routine annual gynecology exam is to allow a health care provider to check your female organs to ensure and maintain good gynecological  health.

Papsmear

Pap smear: A Pap test is done during your pelvic exam. Your doctor removes cell samples from your cervix using a small brush. These cells are sent to a lab and checked for cervical cancer and other abnormalities.

STDs Treatment

STD tests: If you’re sexually active, you may be tested for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and HIV. To test for STDs, your doctor takes a swab of tissue during your pelvic exam or orders blood tests.

Sonar

Ultrasound or sonar scans are routinely done at any time during pregnancy.