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Do not want have baby as of now.

My wife had her last period from 06 Nvv 16 to 11 Nov 16. After that we had used unwanted 72 pill then after she get mild bleeding for 3/4 days from 22 Nov 16 that we thought it would be her period.
But when we teste UPT , we found positive. but both have no plan to have baby. so let me know the possibilities of abortion in this cases.
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replied April 20th, 2017
Methods:
1)Medical.
2)Surgical.
Women who are under 10 weeks into their pregnancy are eligible to take the abortion pill. The abortion pill is also known as a medical abortion. There are two main types of abortions: medical abortions and surgical abortions. A medical abortion may be commonly called “the abortion pill” but it involves taking two types of abortion pills. These pills will terminate a pregnancy, and are not the same as what is commonly known as the “morning-after pill” or Plan B, which is designed to prevent pregnancy.
The first pill that you will take is mifepristone. The second is misoprostol (also known as Cytotec). The use of the two medications together increase the effectiveness of the abortion, and can reduce the duration of side effects. The abortion pill is very effective. When misoprostol and mifepristone are used together, they have about a 98 percent effectiveness rate. The age of the pregnancy, the medication doses and administration, and whether or not a woman has been pregnant before may impact the effectiveness. The effectiveness rate decreases for each additional week of pregnancy.
Surgical abortions are also called in-clinic abortions. They are typically more effective than a medical abortion, with a lower risk of an incomplete procedure. The two types of surgical abortions are:
- aspiration abortions (the most common type of surgical abortion)
- dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortions
The type of abortion a woman has often depends on how long it’s been since her last period. Both medical and surgical terminations are safe and effective when done in appropriate patients. The choice of what type of abortion depends on availability, or access, how far along the pregnancy is, and patient preference. Medical terminations are not as effective after 70 days, or 10 weeks, of pregnancy.Here everything is very clearly painted.
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