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When Is The Latest A Pregnant Woman Can Get An Abortion
Depends on method: Usually first trimester abortions can be safely done up to 14 weeks gestation. Abortions at 16 to 18 weeks are far more complicated. Many states consider a 20+ week pregnancy a"birth event" and abortions are generally not done at that time unless to save a mother in exceptional circumstances. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Earlier is safer.: In general, the earlier in pregnancy abortion is done, the safer. Abortions beyond the first trimester (13 weeks) will put a woman at icreased risks. The latest in pregnancy an abortion can be obtained will vary from state to state, and are almost never done beyond 24 weeks gestation. ...Read more
Is anything like herbs or something to clean my reproductive system? I am a woman. 1 time abortion. Over 10 years without get pregnant. I am 28
No cleaning required:
Reproductive system does not need cleaning. (even though we call the d+c a dusting and cleaning) it really stands for dilatation and curettage.
If you are trying to get pregnant and haven't been able to in 10 years, you should see your doc about infertility testing. ...Read more
Most <9 wks: Nearly 2/3 of abortions are <9 weeks, and nearly 90% are less than 12 weeks. ...Read more
I want get pregnant but I have an abortion four months before. I am working women I have to go up and down by stairs there is any problem in it.
I had a successful abortion. But my stomach still look like a pregnant Lady. How do I get rid of dat?
Yes this could....
If you want more detail, go here:. ...Read more
I am 36 years woman and I have caused several abortions before. Is this affecting my efforts to get pregnant now?
It depends: Your ability to achieve a planned pregnancy can be affected by previous abortions IF you had any complications (infection, hemorrhage, scarring). The method of abortion may also affect it. Curettage may cause more injury to the uterine lining than vacuum extraction. Otherwise, it seems that you haven't had trouble GETTING pregnant. Best wishes. ...Read more
What are the chances of abortion if a pregnant woman gets toxoplasmosis during the very first month of pregnancy?
Varies: The risk is about 15% that the fetus will be infected if exposed in the first trimester. The earlier that the fetus is exposed, the more severe the results can be. The physician would be the best guide as to testing and treatment for an exposure. ...Read more
No: Generally not; there is no direct connection. ...Read more
Pregnancy: Yes. You can get pregnant after an abortion. Have in mind that sometimes pregnancy hormones levels do not drop to zero inmediately and patients might think they are pregnant again (if they do a pregnancy test within the first few weeks after an abortion) when in reality its just that the hormones have not regressed to normal levels or zero. ...Read more
In first trimester: A woman or girl does not have to reach a certain number of weeks of pregnancy in order to abort her baby fetus. Women often don't know they are pregnant until 4-8 weeks of pregnancy. If there is a problem with the baby fetus, an Ob-Gyn doctor can help with medications to abort. It is a big decision, so a pregnant couple should talk with her Ob-Gyn doctor to get all the answers first. ...Read more
As soon as UR ready!: Older dictum was to wait for 3-6 months after a miscarriage before resuming sexual activity. More recent studies show that women who wait have lower fertility rates than women who don't. So, if you are trying to get pregnant, you can determine when you feel ready to resume sexual activity. Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily to prevent preterm birth, neural tube and cardiac anomalies in your offspring! ...Read more
Ask the doc: Who did it, but you should have a least 2-3 normal periods after to make sure everything is back to normal before you try to get preg. ...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
I assume u mean: 6 mos after the ab, that should be fine assuming u are not having any problems now. ...Read more
It is possible to get pregnant two weeks and above if not on contraception after abortion.
Precum is fluid produced from man's bulbourethral glands. Though it is a lubricant, it may contain small amount of spermatzoids which can get someone pregnant. Please note that it takes only one good Sperm to get someone pregant. ...Read more
Nope!: Older dictum was to wait for 3-6 months after an abortion before resuming sexual activity. More recent studies show that women who wait have lower fertility rates than women who don't. So, if you are trying to get pregnant, you can determine when you feel ready to resume sexual activity. Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily to prevent preterm birth, neural tube and cardiac anomalies in your offspring! ...Read more
See your MD: There is no best time. It is good to take the time to heal emotionally but generally one normal cycle is enough however. Testing to find out the cause of the pregnancy loss can be done during the next month or two after the loss. Talk to your md about testing get the support and treatment you may need before the next pregnancy. ...Read more