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How Do U Have An Abortion
Maybe ok?: Some women will not have a lot of pain. But you should have cramping, bleeding and pass tissue. Be sure you're under the care of a doctor or other provider experienced in managing medical abortions. You need follow-up. In some cases the medications don't work. You need to be 100% certain that there isn't a continuing pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A million: in 2011, there were 1,058,490 abortions in the USA. The rate has been dropping since the mid '80s. Best wishes. ...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
None: I am concerned about your question. Hope you reach Gyn who does terminations or planned parenthood for safe option to terminate. Please do not do anything that can place your life at risk - infection, bleeding etc. ...Read more
State laws vary: In most states you have to be less than 18-20 weeks, other states up to 24 weeks. Only a couple states have limited terminations up to 32 weeks and those are for usually lethal fetal anomalies, not elective reasons. If you're 32 weeks your baby would most likely survive a birth. Consider adoption if you're beyond 20 weeks. ...Read more
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