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Free Abortion Help in Malta by Pro-Choice Doctors

It is important that women who have an abortion, especially if they use abortion pills at home, have access to information and medical care if needed. This is according to guidance by the World Health Organisation. Regardless of the legal status of abortion, we know at least one woman in Malta each day carries out her own abortion at home with pills, and others have an abortion in a clinic abroad.

The Abortion Doula Support Service is a free information service by pro-choice doctors* who are able to provide:

  • Information before, during, or after an abortion with pills at home

  • Information and support before or after an abortion in a clinic abroad

  • Information on what are normal symptoms after an abortion, and what may be a complication that needs attention

  • Information on what to do if you think the pregnancy has continued after an abortion

  • Information to women with problems with pregnancy, even if admitted to Mater Dei or another hospital, about their termination options in Malta or abroad.

* The two doctors providing this service are Prof Isabel Stabile and Dr Natalie Psaila.

Fill in this form and they will call you back:

You can also reach them by calling +356 20341683 or +356 27782758.

If they are unable to answer, please leave a voice message with your number and they will call you back. If you prefer to see the doctors in a clinic, please let them know when you call and they may be able to arrange an appointment for you.

Curiosity: What is an abortion doula?

The word "doula" originates from Ancient Greek and it means "a woman who serves." In the modern context, an abortion doula is someone trained to provide information, help, and support to people going through the process of abortion.

Allow me to proudly admit that not only do I show women in Malta how to take abortion pills but I also provide advice and support before, during and after their self-managed abortions. I do this together with my colleagues in Doctors for Choice. Professor Isabel Stabile.
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