About: Bpas (merseyside Clinic)

A few days ago I went for s surgical abbortipn after finding out I was 16 weeks I had suffered a lot of domestic violence and felt a abbortipn was the best choice for me turning up at Liverpool I was scared and the First person I saw wasn't really nice so it made me feel very uncomfortable and auckward but I just thought I'm here to get sorted and go then I go called to get my dilapan by my surgeon who made me feel at ease and made sure it was quick and I was out of pain from then every nurse I seen was lovely made sure I was okay and if I needed anyone especially one who made me laugh a lot then half hour after my dilapan I took a turn for the worst I almost fainted with pain and my water broke since the surgeon was so concerned they made sure I was okay and put me first of the list for the procedure that afternoon I was frightend going under general anesthetic and my nurse made sure I wasn't all the way until I had even falling asleep some people write bad reviews saying they felt as they were on a production line it's rubbish your well looked after and you can not be discharged until you are fully well I hope if anyone feels the way I did this will make you feel at ease once it's over there's no pain and if your well you can go home and start again many thanks to bpas you made me very welcome

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Response from Bpas (merseyside Clinic)

Thank you for taking the time to post your feedback, which I am sure will be extremely helpful to other women who are feeling as you were.

We are grateful for your comments which will be passed on to the relevant BPAS staff.

Kind regards, Pam Field, BPAS Client Engagement Manager (email: clientservices@bpas.org).

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