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===What to Get & Where to Get It===
 
===What to Get & Where to Get It===
  
It is advised to try to book an appointment at a private hospital. In March 2016, the Turkish Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology declared that public hospitals have effectively banned abortion. There is also reported discrimination against single woman, and it has been found that some hospitals ask for marriage certificates from patients. In 2013, [http://www.worldcrunch.com/culture-society/here-039-s-what-it-039-s-like-to-get-an-abortion-in-an-increasingly-pious-turkey/pregnancy-health-women-039-s-rights-hospital/c3s10595/ Ayse Arman wrote about the condescending, judgmental and unprofessional treatment] she received upon receiving an abortion at an Istanbul public hospital.  
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In March 2016, the Turkish Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology declared that public hospitals have effectively banned abortion. There is also reported discrimination against single woman, and it has been found that some hospitals ask for marriage certificates from patients. So it is best to look into private hospitals, despite their steeper cost, if possible. In 2013, [http://www.worldcrunch.com/culture-society/here-039-s-what-it-039-s-like-to-get-an-abortion-in-an-increasingly-pious-turkey/pregnancy-health-women-039-s-rights-hospital/c3s10595/ Ayse Arman wrote about the condescending, judgmental and unprofessional treatment] she received upon receiving an abortion at an Istanbul public hospital.  
  
 
* Estegyn Istanbul - Has clinics in Bakirkoy and Sisli - http://www.estegyn.com/en/category/abortion/
 
* Estegyn Istanbul - Has clinics in Bakirkoy and Sisli - http://www.estegyn.com/en/category/abortion/

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