NICE say the health service should aim to provide women who are considering an abortion with an initial appointment within 1 week of requesting one and to have the termination within 1 week of that appointment.
They, along with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, want to offer greater choice between a medical or a surgical abortion and the differnet stages of pregnancy and advise that women should be able to refer themselves to termination of pregnancy services, rather than having to book an appointment with their GP first.
NICE argue that this removes an unnecessary step in the process, allowing women to access treatment more quickly.
Spokesperson for Right to Life, Clare McCarthy said: “The recommended changes from NICE and the RCOG will rush women through the abortion process and provide less medical supervision and support for women. In 2017, in the UK 197,533 babies in the womb were aborted. This does not appear to be enough for the abortion lobby and head of the RCOG, Lesley Regan, who has said she wants to see abortion as easy as getting ‘your bunions sorted’.
“Instead, they have brought forward these recommended changes which would mean less time for women to explore options other than abortion and could see our already very high abortion rate increase even further.
McCarthy argued that a ComRes poll found 79% of the the UK…
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