Abortion Pill – How It Works And Its Risky Complications

samedi 30 septembre 2017

Abortion pills are to be used within the first 9 weeks of pregnancy. This has emerged as a widely used alternative to the surgical method of abortion. If a woman has reached the ninth week of pregnancy, she should never try a medical abortion herself. There are several adverse effects of taking abortion pills, so the safest way to take them under medical supervision.

Women should often get obscured about when an abortion pill should be taken. Here’s how you can prepare for an abortion.

Preparing for abortion:

You should take abortion pills only when you are 100 percent sure you want to terminate the pregnancy.
If you have made a mind, it is recommended that you should do an ultrasound before taking certain medication.

Why Ultrasound is necessary:

Ultrasound also indicates the precise duration of pregnancy, that is how many weeks pregnant a woman is.
In case of pregnancy, if the pregnancy is more than 49 days old, abortion pills should not be taken without medical supervision.
Ultrasound will make it clear that pregnancy is in the womb or it is an Ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside of the uterus).

If there is an Ectopic pregnancy, then abortion pills should never be taken as it has severe adverse effects and life can be in danger. When abortion pills are taken in ectopic pregnancy, it can lead to fatal consequences of rupturing the fallopian tube.

If an abortion pill is taken within the first two weeks of pregnancy and in a guided manner, it can be effective from 95% to 97%. Always remember the need for medical guidance while taking the abortion pills. Such medical conditions include chronic adrenal failure, anemia, heart disease or uncontrolled epileptic disorder.

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