How can you terminate a pregnancy? abortion
You are given abortion termination medicine to take orally by the clinician. This is the medication that empties your uterus. You will probably start to have strong cramps and bleeding, similar to a heavy period. Pain medicine or a heating pad can help with the cramps.
In some rare situations the abortion may not happen. In such a situation you will need to take another dose of medicine
1. Medical abortion which is discussed above is the most common and safest way to terminate a pregnancy. It is safe because pills (tablets) designed to terminate pregnancies are used. These pills are very effective to end unwanted pregnancy in the comfort of your home.
When you use these pills to end a pregnancy all you will see is your normal menstrual cycle and you are done. If you are slightly late you will also see clots. The bleeding will be heavy and then it reduces and before you know it your pregnancy has ended and you go back to your normal life.
To keep discomfort to a minimum, you can choose any of the many relaxation methods including pre-operative medications to help ease cramping and nitrous oxide gas for a calming effect. The doctor also uses a local anesthesia to lessen the discomfort associated with dilation of the cervix. Additionally, there is an IV sedation, which encourages a very relaxed feeling that may even make you feel sleepy. You also have the option of receiving Valium, which allows you to feel more comfortable during the procedure.
How Do I use Pills?
Pills are taken vaginally or orally. You will be advised on how you are going to take the pills and follow the instructions strictly. Failure to follow the instructions is the major reason why the pills fail to work
If Pills Fail What Do I do?
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There are three major reasons why pills fail:
- Small dose of pills. If you get a small dose of pills the termination my fail or be incomplete
- Not following usage instructions. It is critical to follow usage instruction. Failure to follow instructions usually leads to failed termination.
If the pills fail to work, try to determine why they failed and correct the mistake that was made. Pills usually work in 9 out 10 women. That is a very big percentage.
Which abortion pill is most effective?
All abortion pills are very good. It does not matter what you get. Abortion pills are very good. The reason why they fail is given above. If you get the right thing, the right dose and use them properly you will be ok.
Pills are very safe as well. They do not affect your life or fertility at all.
Our goal is to treat you with compassion and competence, ensuring that the abortion is done under the safest conditions with your health as our priority. This procedure should not interfere with your having children in the future should you decide to do so. Our Abortion services are provided in a compassionate, discreet and non-judgmental environment. Abortions are performed from 1 weeks to 28 weeks’ gestation.
Our Abortion services are provided in a compassionate, discreet and non-judgmental environment. Abortions are performed from 1 week to 28 weeks’ gestation. Our goal is to treat you with compassion and competence, ensuring that the process is done under the safest conditions with your health as our priority.
This procedure should not interfere with your having children in the future should you decide to do so. Don’t be a statistic. Get affordable help now!
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