safe2choose is about safe choices, but it’s also about the most appropriate safe method that fits each woman’s individual needs and wishes. This means being able to offer its global users a wide range of safe options for their abortions. Some might prefer using the medical abortion pills in the intimacy of their home, while others will prefer meeting a trusted provider face-to-face for a shorter procedure. It is up to the women to decide what they want and safe2choose will support their choice.
Introducing manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) and electric vacuum aspiration (EVA) information on our website also involves creating new counseling protocols to better guide women seeking these procedures. In the case of vacuum aspiration abortions, our trained counseling team prepares women for in-clinic MVA and EVA procedures by pre-screening them, providing them with a step-by-step breakdown of the procedure, referring them to verified pro-choice providers close their location and answering any follow-up questions they may have after the procedure. In addition, safe2choose remains in constant communication with its network of global providers to ensure a high quality of care and service provision.
‘We strive to provide personalized solutions and resources for all our users and the introduction of vacuum aspiration information is critical towards increasing safe abortion information and referrals for all women, everywhere”, said safe2choose Manager, Pauline.
“Our counselors have undergone specific training on manual and electric vacuum aspiration abortions and are fully prepared to counsel women accordingly,” she said.
To learn more about both MVA and EVA, visit our website today at https://safe2choose.org/safe-abortion/inclinic-abortion/manual-vacuum-aspiration-mva-procedure. To speak to one of our trained, female counselors visit safe2choose.org to start a live chat session or email them at email@example.com.
Since its inception, safe2choose has received close to eight million website visits through the provision of safe abortion information provision, counseling and referrals. With an initial focus on abortion pills, safe2choose realized the need to add information on vacuum aspiration and surgical abortion methods ensuring that women who were not suited for an abortion will pills would also have access to information on another safe option . Many providers still continue to offer outdated methods such as Dilation and Curettage (D&C). With the addition of comprehensive and reliable MVA and EVA information, safe2choose hopes to create awareness amongst women about these options, ensuring they are better informed to discuss them with their provider and incentivize them to switch to these safer procedure abortions.
Manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) and electric vacuum aspiration (EVA) are two very safest methods for first and early second-trimester abortions. With a 99% efficacy rate, the 10 minutes procedure offers a lot of advantages . Though there are several differences between having an abortion with pills and a vacuum aspiration abortion procedure such as budget, availability, legislation, medical conditions, and gestational age, it is mainly up to a woman’s personal choice. Women can find a list of differences on our website to better compare and contrast each method. Additional informational pages include types of surgical abortion and a guide to a safe manual vacuum aspiration abortion. A Frequently Asked Questions section on the vacuum aspiration procedures will be created soon.
MVA and EVA counseling services are available in several languages including Hindi, Kiswahili, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Wolof, and English. Users can have a one-on-one chat with a counselor through the live chat section of the website or can send an email via firstname.lastname@example.org and they will receive a prompt response to their query. safe2choose also welcomes users to visit their Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok pages to learn more about our work.
safe2choose is an online counseling and informational platform that supports women who want to have an abortion, and when needed, refers them to trusted, trained and pro-choice healthcare providers
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