Surgical Termination

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UK’s leading Female Gynaecologist

Dr Hina Sra is a Consultant Gynaecologist, trained in the UK, having qualified from St John’s College, the University of Oxford and Imperial College London. Dr Sra is a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the European Society of Aesthetic Gynaecology.

Dr Sra has 16 yrs of experience, having worked in the NHS for 12 of those years. Dr Sra has worked in major teaching hospitals such as King’s College London.

Dr Sra’s passion is to provide accessible and safe Gynaecology services to all women, where women do not feel judged, feel safe and get the best treatment and advice.

Surgical terminations

Surgical termination is a simple procedure where gentle suction is used to empty the uterus (womb). The operation is safe and suitable for most women, and is performed under sedation. It usually only requires you to be admitted to the ward for one day and is performed up to 12 weeks of pregnancy. 

You will have a scan straight after the procedure to make sure that all tissue has been removed.

A consultation prior to surgical termination procedure is mandatory.  


Weekday - £1,850

Saturdays - £2,250

Surgical termination for failed medical termination - £1,250


We must by law obtain your consent to any operation. Staff will explain the risks and benefits of the surgery. You will then be asked to sign a consent form. You will have the opportunity to ask questions if you are unsure about any aspect of the treatment.

What happens on the day?

You will be required to wear a theatre gown and disposable underwear.

When it is time, you will be escorted to the theatre and will be put to sleep.  A member of the theatre team will be with you at all times. Following your surgery, you will wake up in the recovery area and will stay here for a short period of time before returning home.

What happens immediately after the surgery?

You may have some period type pain which your nurse can give you pain relief medication for, and you may have a period-type blood loss, sometimes with clots. Some women feel nauseous or vomit following a general anaesthetic. Your nurse can give you medication to help with this. 

What arrangements should I make for going home?

The operation is usually performed as a day case, so you should make arrangements for someone to pick you up from the clinic and stay with you overnight.

What can I not do for 24 hours after my procedure?

For 24 hours after the anaesthetic you must not:

  • Drive a vehicle.
  • Drink alcohol.
  • Make important decisions (such as signing any legal documents).
  • Use hazardous machinery.
  • Engage in sport, strenuous exercise, heavy work or lifting.

Do I need contraception following the procedure?

You can get pregnant straight away! You must use a reliable method of contraception before you have sex again. If you haven’t already decided, we can help you choose the method that is best for you.

What can I expect at home following treatment?

  • Bleeding similar to a period for up to 10 days after surgery. 
  • Pain
  • Fatigue- 1-2 days 
  • Avoid Sex until bleeding subsides 

When can I expect a period?

Every woman is different, however sometime in the next 3-8 weeks is considered usual following an operation. Often this first period may be heavier or lighter than normal, but should return to normal within 2 - 3 months. This may be dependent on your chosen method of contraception.

Will I need a follow-up appointment?

We do not routinely offer a follow up appointment, however if you are experiencing any problems, please do not hesitate to contact us. You will have access to a phone number, which you can call anytime for advice.

It is important to contact the clinic or your GP if you have continuous bleeding, heavy bleeding, passing clots, have pain or a smelly discharge.


Do you have any questions?

Speak to Dr Hina or her team directly on: 07703 316677

Blog author

Dr. Alex Louis Henry, MD

Chairman & Director
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