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Abortion At 18 Weeks
Had abortion january 18, two weeks later had sex, two days after took Plan B and shot as birth control. Unprotected sex a week ago. Still no period. ?
What do you recommend if I had a medical abortion (@ 20 weeks) 18 days ago, but trying to conceive again asap?
Uterine evacuation.: Surgical or medical/mechanical methods can be used to empty the gravid uterus in the second trimester. The earlier one decides to terminate a pregnancy the safer, less costly, less traumatizing and faster it is. Consult with your gynecologist for additional details. ...Read more
I am wanting to get pregnant however I have been unsuccessful and feel that the fact that i had an abortion when I was 18 being the problem.
I want an adportion but my parants does know that I am pregnant or I want a abortion.so my question is do u have to hAve some over 18 to get adportion?
Depends on state: This web site describes the rules for NC if under 18 http://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-central-north-carolina/patients/north-carolina-abortion-law-women-under-18 You will need to get a judicial waiver and go through counseling before having an abortion if you are under 18. ...Read more
I am pregnant but my baby is not growing normally. My l.M.P is 18-04-13 and the baby is only 5weeks and 3days my dr suggest me abortion kindly help me?
Fetal growth: If your last menstrual was in april, your baby would have been way more older than 5 weeks 3 days. If indeed that is true, you baby would have died by now. No heart beat would be seen and your doc is right that if the fetus has not come out by now, you will need to have medical intervention to get it out. ...Read more
Can you have children after a surgical abortion? I want to know if my girlfriend can still have children after she had a surgical abortion when she was 18. She is now 19 about to be 20.
Yes: Decades ago I served overseas as a pediatrician in a country where the pill had not caught on.It was not uncommon for a local woman to have 2-3 in her lifetime and go on to have a regular family. As long as the termination did not injure any working parts, they should work fine in the future. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Several: issues arise. One being the loss of a viable pregnancy and the psychologic issues that may stem from this. The other issue stem directly from medical complications that can occur during the procedure itself but probably more so concerning is the possible loss of fertility in the future due to compromise of the uterus during the procedure. ...Read more
Medical or surgical?: Every abortion can cause risk to the uterus. With surgical abortions, eventually the lining of the uterus can become so scarred it will make it impossible to have a normal pregnancy once you are ready. Medical abortions are safer to the uterus. But all abortions carry emotion trauma that is truly hard to recover from. Once you decide the outcome of this pregnancy, lets find good contraception. ...Read more
Uncommon problems: Legal abortions in the first trimester are safe. There are some risks associated with anything, and the risks increase some with multiple abortions, but physical/medical problems are still overall uncommon. ...Read more
Depends: Plan b prevents implantation of a fertilized egg so that it passes without development, as do 80% of all fertilized eggs naturally. So it is not really an abortion. Note that evangelicals consider life to begin at conception - so who is the responsible party for those 80% spontaneously passed. Mormons believe that life begins at implantations so they support stem cell research. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cabbage leaves: Take a fresh cabbage cut it in half and soak it with water then freeze it . Make sure you have a bra that fits and wear it all the time even to bed . Take the frozen cabbage leaves and place into your bra replace when it thaws . Yes it smells but it will dry up your milk. Do not squeeze the milk out try to turn your back to the hot water in the shower and always wear your bra. ...Read more
Usually mild: Most women report some degree of psychological distress after a miscarriage. However, according to mghcwmh only about 1 in 10 women actually meet criteria for major depression. Risk factors for depression after miscarriage include a prior history of depression, having inadequate social supports and being childless. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer