Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy in Malaga (IVE, legal abortion)
We carry out the Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy in agreement with the Junta de Andalucía with extensive experience and maximum confidentiality.
FREE OF CHARGE if you are referred from your Health Centre.
Call us on 952 304 716 or 669 48 81 85 and we will inform you personally, helping you with the whole process.
Organic Law 2/2010 of 3 March on sexual and reproductive health and the voluntary termination of pregnancy (abortion law) recognises "the right to freely decided maternity, which implies, among other things, that women can make the initial decision about their pregnancy and that this decision, conscious and responsible, is respected". The law envisages leaving a period of 14 weeks in which women are guaranteed the possibility to make a free and informed decision on the termination of pregnancy without interference from third parties.
Instrumental (surgical) method
The technique used is Dilatation and Aspiration of the uterine cavity by means of plastic cannulas (Karman cannulas) using a vacuum system. The procedure lasts between 5 to 10 minutes and is usually performed under local anaesthesia and optionally under sedation. Intraoperative ultrasound monitoring is performed at the same time to verify the vacuum of the uterine cavity.
Recovery time after the operation varies from 30 to 60 minutes, and the stay in the clinic is approximately 2 hours.
It is a method based on the inhibitory effect of a drug (Mifepristone), also known as RU-486 or abortion pill, on progesterone, which is the hormone that protects pregnancy. It must be combined with a prostaglandin (Misoprostol) to expel the pregnancy and is administered up to week 9.
The use of Mifepristone with Misoprostol has been shown to be an effective, safe and acceptable method for first trimester abortions. Efficacy rates range from 95 to 98%, which means that 2 to 5% of women will need repeat medication or will require uterine aspiration (to evacuate persistent pregnancy or abortifacient debris or to control very heavy bleeding).
This medication must be administered in an authorised centre for the practice of abortion and in compliance with the requirements established by law (Organic Law 1/2023, of 28 February, which amends Organic Law 2/2010, of 3 March, on sexual and reproductive health and the voluntary termination of pregnancy).
General Information from the Regional Ministry of Health
According to the provisions of Royal Decree 825/2010, of 25 June 2010, partially implementing in part the Organic Law 1/2023 of 28 February on sexual and reproductive health and the voluntary interruption of pregnancyThe Ministry of Health of the Andalusian Regional Government is the competent authority responsible for providing General Information on the different methods of termination of pregnancy, the legal conditions for termination, the accredited public and private centres, the procedures for accessing the service and the conditions for its coverage by the corresponding public health service.
This information will be given to the pregnant woman concerned in a sealed envelope, in which, in addition to the above, information will be provided on public aid available for pregnant women and for the care of their children, employment rights linked to pregnancy and maternity, and information on counselling centres before and after the abortion and on contraception and safe sex.
The legal regulations governing the voluntary termination of pregnancy in Spain are as follows:
- Organic Law 2/2010 of 3 March on sexual and reproductive health and the voluntary interruption of pregnancy.
- Royal Decree 825/2010 of 25 June on the partial implementation of Organic Law 2/2010 of 3 March.
- Royal Decree 831/2010 of 25 June 2010 on guaranteeing the quality of care for voluntary termination of pregnancy.