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How To Induce Your A Miscarriage While Breastfeeding
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Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more
Don't...: If you are pregnant and not wanting to carry the pregnancy to term I suggest that you do the safest thing for YOUR HEALTH and seek a medical abortion. See a healthcare provider immediately to discuss options (the sooner in the pregnancy this decision is made, the safer it is for you!) ...Read more
I bought 1000mg Dong Quai capsules. How many and how often and for how long should I take them to induce a miscarriage? I am no more than 2 weeks preg
America is beyond...: Fortunately, America is beyond that (that was before modern medicine and before getting rid of laws against inducing miscarriage). Any woman who needs to induce a miscarriage (easier to say abortion), such as if her early fetus has a genetic defect or other severe birth defect, can get help from her Ob-Gyn doctor. The doctor has good, reliable ways to do this ("natural" is not in the picture). ...Read more
Don't even think it!: I can imagine your distress must be significant. See what the laws are in NSW here: http://australia.angloinfo.com/healthcare/pregnancy-birth/termination-abortion/ and http://www.fpnsw.org.au/144423_8.html It is a very risky thing to try it yourself. Just don't! Be safe. You matter. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Mild or moderate exercise is fine to do during pregnancy, until the baby bump is big. About 15% of pregnancies naturally miscarry, which is about 1 out of every 7 pregnancies. If a woman wants to "get rid" of her baby fetus for whatever reason, that's either an elective or a therapeutic abortion. In the U.S., women are free to ask their doctors about the options, including baby adoption. Just ask. ...Read more
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No: There is no safe way to do this on your own. ...Read more
I miscarried sat doc induce the miscarry bleeding stopped tuesday now i'm in pain and bleeding is really heavy is it normal?
First menses: It is difficult to know when the first menstrual period will happen after a miscarriage, and sometimes that first menses can be heavy and painful. Increasing pain not relieved by pain medications, and increasing bleeding -- particularly if there is lightheadedness or dizziness -- should be evaluated by the doctor following a miscarriage. ...Read more
Most likely...: Although I don't know anyone who has used IV or IM/SQ oxytocin during the 1st trimester who wanted to KEEP their pregnancy, the fact remains that oxytocin causes direct contractility of the uterine muscular wall and would almost certainly cause loss of an early pregnancy. It's main use is to induce uterine contractility to help induce labor (after cervical ripening) and reduce uterine bleeding. ...Read more
No: Please don't try this. This is not effective. All of these types of options work through toxicity. The gamble is that the substance will cause more damage to the fetus than to the mother. This is not advisable. ...Read more
Possibly: Research is limited but many women report that high doses of vitamin C (500 mg an hour) for several days taken in early pregnancy induces miscarriage. Thus, if one wants to avoid miscarriage then avoid high doses of C in early pregnancy. If one wishes to induce miscarriage it is safe to try but probably works less than 50% of the time. See http://www.sisterzeus.com/vit_c_ab.html for more info. ...Read more
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