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A 29-year-old female asked:

do they have cseaction abortion?

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Dr. Justin Diedrich
Gynecology 14 years experience
Hysterotomy: You are referring to a hysterotomy. This is not done any more for abortion. The risks are way too great to justify doing that. This is not the standard of care.

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Could I drive after my abortion procedure?

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Dr. Felecia Dawson
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Probably not.: Any manipulation of the cervix or mouth of your womb can lead to fainting in susceptible people. It can be a delayed reaction. You don't want to endanger yourself, nor others on the road. Be safe.
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What arel the downside to having abortion?

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Difficult question: The physical risk to the mother is quite low however the psychological consequences can be severe.
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Who can advise me on abortion?

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Your Physician: Your physician should be able to give you advice.
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Also, depending on your religious background, it would be helpful to seek their advice.
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What the d&e abortion procedure?

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Dilation/Evacuation: The uterus is emptied via dilation of the cervix and evacuation of its' contents with scraping of the endometrium and/or a suction machine.
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What are causes of recurrent abortion?

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