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Termination of pregnancy using high doses of vitamin C - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hello
Doctor :  
how can i help u?
User :   HI
User :   I'M PREGNANT AND I WANTED TO END THE PREG BY TAKING VITAMIN C
Doctor :  
who told u taking vitamin c will end pregnancy?
User :   I HAVE SERIOUS MENTAL PROBLEMS AND NOW I WANNA KEEP THE BABY BUT I'M TOLD THAT I SHOULD HAVE AN ABORTION
User :   THE INTERNET
User :   THAT BECAUSE I TOOK THE VITAMIN C THAT THE BABY IS AT RISK
User :   IS THIS TRUE?
Doctor :  
no
Doctor :  
its not true
User :   WILL THE BABY BE OK?
Doctor :  
vitman c will not terminate pregnancy
User :   IF I TOOK HIGH DOSES OF IT FOR A DAY?
Doctor :   yes

Doctor :  
what is the dose u have taken?
User :   UM IT TOLD ME TO TAKE 500 MG EVERY HOUR\
Doctor :   which month ?
User :   I'M LIKE 3-5 WEEKS
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :   dont do such things it may lead to some other problem
User :   I'M SCARED THAT IF I GO THREU WITH IT AFTER TAKING ALL THIS VITAMIN C THAT IT WILL HAVE BIRTH DEFECTS
Doctor :   yes

Doctor :  
u are right
Doctor :  
if u do such thing it may effect fetus

Doctor :  
always terminat pregnancy through a doctor
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