I need an appointment to discuss abortion?
If you do not want to continue the pregnancy or if it is not possible for you to have the baby, BPAS is the Abortion provider in Buckinghamshire. If you’re considering getting an abortion you can speak to your GP, contact bSHaW Sexual Health Clinic on 0300 303 2880, or ring the BPAS Action Line 03457 30 40 30.
All of your treatment will be completely free and confidential, even if you are under 16.
If you’re pregnant and considering abortion it’s important to know that you’re not alone. 1 in 3 women in the UK will have an abortion by the time they are 45 years old.
Click here for more information about Abortion Services in Bucks
Abortion is legal up to 24 weeks of pregnancy but the earlier you contact services, the more choices you have available to you. It is also possible to refer yourself to a private clinic and pay to have an abortion.
In most cases abortion will be carried out as a day procedure. However, often you may need to attend more than one appointment at the clinic. You may need to attend an initial appointment where you will be given the chance to talk through the procedure and your choices. The procedure may then be carried out on a different day.
There are two types of abortion, medical and surgical. Which type you have may be dependant on how advanced your pregnancy is, amongst other things.
Where can I get further information?
Click here to read the bpas Considering Abortion leaflet.
The Abortion Act in England was passed in 1967. This 1 hour radio documentary marks 50 years since the act was passed and talks about why people campaigned to make abortion safe, free and accessible. Click on the link below to listen.
The Abortion Act 50 years on: radio documentary by Women’s Hour.
This page was last updated on October 11, 2017