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please can you tell me if there is the medicine to get rid of a pregnancy without an abortion? thank you

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Dr. Julia Frank
44 years experience Psychiatry
Pregnancy: The morning after pill or an early triple dose of birth control pills soon after intercourse prevents pregnancy, but ending an established pregnancy is considered abortion. Different methods include mefipristone, Methotrexate (which stops the fetus from developing but then the contents must still be evacuated) and vacuum extraction. The american college of OB gyn (acog)faqs compare methods.
Answered on Mar 11, 2018
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