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How To Have An Abortion Without Going To The Doctor
14 week surgical Abortion vs miscarriage. Does the womb look the same a day later or will a doctor be able to tell it was an abortion if he scanned me?
Experienced Dr Knows: Surgical abortion (or miscarriage) has stretching of the the cervix, the lowest part of the uterus, to remove the fetus. That stretching leaves bruising, tiny (less than 1/8" long) tears, bleeding, and even clots or tissue. An OB/GYN will definitely know SOMETHING went on with your cervix. If you are trying to hide your abortion from your doctor, ask yourself why. Your doctor needs to know. ...Read more
An: Talk to a trained professional. Go over your options. ...Read more
I had an abortion like 4weeks ago. If I go for an ultrasound in August, will the doctors know I had an abortion?
Probably not: Unless you tell them, but there are situations in which it might be pertinent for the doc to know that history. The doctor-patient relationship is confidential, and the "contract" with your doctor implies a duty of honesty from both parties. Find a doctor you are comfortable discussing these issues with. ...Read more
I had an abortion last August (2014) and I didn't go to my doctors appointment afterwards. I'm now scared I'm infertile ?
Hello doctor, last week i had an abortion(d&c)tommorrow I am going to consult another doctor for scan, will she be able to know about it in scan?
probably not..but: You should tell her so that she can better understand your gyn needs ! ...Read more
How do I take away a baby without going to an abortion center? I'm a teen in need of getting rid of a baby, but i can't go to the doctors or pharmacy to get pills or get it taken away, i want it to happen without anyone knowing.
There's : There's really no other way to do it safely without putting your life at risk. If you don't feel comfortable talking to your doctor, you should call your local planned parenthood to discuss your options. I attached a website with all of the addresses and numbers of the planned parenthoods in texas. The sooner you do it, the more options you will have, so call as soon as you can. ...Read more
No: Not unless you tell him !Get a more detailed answer ›
Anything: Hopefully your relationship with your doctor is strong enough where you feel comfortable asking anything and everything. If your doctor doesn't know the answer, i'm sure he or she will still find ways to help you get your answers. ...Read more
Not really: No, your doctor will most likely not be able to tell if you have been pregnant in the past by doing an exam. However, it is of utmost importance that you tell your doctor about you complete medical and surgical history because it can affect any current or future pregnancy in significant ways. Best wishes. ...Read more
Open communication: It is important for the patient-doctor relationship to have open communication and honesty. When an obgyn asked about pregnancy history it is for a very good reason. That is the way we (obs) know if you are at higher risk for any conditions, offer different screening exams, etc. Keeping information from your provider may compromise your own care. Have an open discussion. It's all confidential. ...Read more