You have the right to choose
Welcome to Clinique médicale Fémina
Clinique médicale Fémina, established in 1988, is a well-known clinic offering abortion services during the first trimester of pregnancy. We also offer D&C for patients who have been diagnosed with an incomplete miscarriage. Our doctors are also available to help you choose the method of contraception that is right for you. Our clinic is recognized for its high standards of practice by the Collège des médecins du Québec. Our patients can be assured that they will receive the highest quality care in a warm and welcoming environment by staff who are respectful of a woman’s freedom of choice.
N.B.: Our medical staff are general practitioners specializing in women’s health.
At Clinique médicale Fémina, you can choose between a surgical or medical abortion. The surgical abortion done in our clinic is performed by dilation, suction and curettage and lasts approximately 8 to 10 minutes. Thanks to medication used during the procedure, pain is minimal and often non-existent. In fact, most patients have no recollection of the surgical procedure. Medical abortion is performed with a medication called “Mifepristone” which stops the pregnancy, and Misoprostol which expels the pregnancy. It may take a few hours for the expulsion to be complete.
At the Clinique médicale Fémina we offer contraceptive services such as:
- Consultation to specify the method that suits you best.
- Insertion or removal of an IUD or contraceptive implant (Nexplanon®).
New service at the Clinique médicale Fémina to expand contraceptive options, we now offer vasectomy.
It is an effective, safe and rapid method of male contraception.
Whether your partner has already been to the clinic or not and if your decision is clear (because it should be considered as a definitive solution), you are welcome!
In their own words
Thank you to everyone who helped me through this hard decision. All of your smiles and reassuring words helped me and made my decision one that I will never regret!
I just want to let everyone know how much your care and attention is appreciated. You all made what I was expecting to be a traumatic experience “positive”. I was reassured to know that there are places women can go for support and treatment that truely respect us.