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At How Many Weeks Can You Get An Abortion
Not in NC: Abortion is regulated in all U.S. states, which often includes the licensing requirements of providers, restrictions on late-term abortion, and parental consent mandates. North Carolina abortion laws are relatively restrictive, requiring the written consent of parents or guardians, banning abortion after 20 weeks (except to save the life or health of the mother), and the requirement that abortion providers be licensed medical doctors. ...Read more
Termination: It varies from state to state, also how early you can get a termination. I'd recommend contacting a local planned parenthood if there is one in your area; if not, their website can point you to resources. Best wishes! ...Read more
Not on Health Tap: I am sorry but one does not turn to strangers on the internet to get abortion advice. Since you live in the U.S. I would advise you to get to Planned parenthood for your GYN care. They can give you the right advice for your situation. It may be that you should begin to plan to adopt your baby to parents that will raise the child well. But the planned parenthood team will know the law. ...Read more
Termination: It varies from state to state, also how late you can get a termination. I'd recommend contacting a local planned parenthood if there is one in your area; if not, their website can point you to resources. Best wishes! ...Read more
Depends: It depends on what type of sti you have. If you have hpv, for instance, you can safely get an abortion. If you have active pelvic inflammatory disease, your doctor may want to treat you with some antibiotics prior to performing an abortion. Most doctors/clinics don't require an sti check prior to an abortion, so unless the infection is serious and clinically known, they won't postpone abortion. ...Read more
Abortion?: A medical abortion can be performed in general through the 12th week of pregnancy. It is illegal in some states beyond that time. An ultrasound will provide an accurate measure in weeks of the pregnancy. Consult your healthcare provider for a referral, since many physicians for personal reasons do not perform them. Call Planned Parenthood for a referral if your physician is not able to help. ...Read more
Depend on baby's age: The medicine is by prescription, so a woman goes to her Ob-Gyn doctor (or a women's clinic) to be evaluated for it. Whether or not medicine can be used also depends on the age of the baby fetus (the number of weeks pregnant). The doctor will talk with the patient to be sure that the patient is making a good permanent decision, because abortion is a hard decision for any woman to make. ...Read more
Yes: Elective abortions can be done between the beginning of pregnancy until about 20 weeks pregnant in most states. However the earlier in the pregnancy it is done the better. An ultrasound and blood work are usually required to make sure the pregnancy is in the uterus. Then your options will be discussed ...Read more
Late abortion: Very late abortions are done only if the fetus is not viable. At eight months gestation, if it is necessary to save the life of a mother, a medical delivery would result in the birth of a premature but living infant and would be a complex medical intervention based on phyisician--mother discussion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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