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If you cannot keep an appointment, we kindly but firmly request you to notify us by telephone at least 24 hours beforehand!

The vacant appointment can then be assigned to somebody else. If you wish, you can arrange a new date for treatment with the receptionist. 

Practical information

Day on which treatment is scheduled

Please register at reception when you arrive. After completing a questionnaire, you are interviewed by a nurse and undergo a preliminary examination. Ultrasound scanning is used to determine exactly how many weeks pregnant you are. During the interview with the nurse, you can also discuss your choice of birth control product/method. She can also answer any other questions you may have. Sometimes additional blood tests are required. 
The treatment method and observation time vary depending on the duration of your pregnancy. After the procedure, you are prescribed antibiotics. 

You may take 1 accompanying person to the clinic.

Children are not allowed in the clinic.


You visit the clinic again for a follow-up after three weeks. You can also have the check-up performed by your own GP or gynaecologist if you wish.



If treatment takes place under a general anaesthetic, you are not allowed to operate a vehicle during the first 24 hours. We require you to arrange transport back home.



If you want to make an appointment, you can contact the clinic on +31 (0)88 8884444 during business hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 - 17:00h. Saterday 8:30 - 12:00h.


Live in the Netherlands? Make sure you have your BSN ID number ready to hand.

You can also make an appointment via our website:

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Items you need to bring to the clinic

  • Valid passport or proof of identity.

  • Valid ID (passport or proof of identity)

  • Insurance card or your health insurance policy. If you do not live in the Netherlands and do not have health insurance here, you pay the costs of the treatment yourself.

  • Cash or debit card (Maestro or Credit Card) if you have to pay for the abortion procedure or insertion of an IUD personally. We do not accept cheques.

  • If you use medicine: a actual list of the medications you use.

  • Nightgown/T-shirt, slippers (or socks), extra underwear (no string), sanitary towels and bathrobe or warm sweater.


If in your possession:

  • Ultrasound scans

  • Your blood type ID card.

  • The doctor’s referral letter.

If you wish, you can have an IUD inserted immediately after the procedure. More information about IUDs can be found in the leaflet on birth control. An extra charge is made for inserting an IUD. Please contact the clinic for details of the current charge.

We advise you to leave any valuables at home. However, a lockable cabinet is provided in the recovery room. (Gynaikon Clinics is not liable for items which are stolen or misplaced.)

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