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Two month pregnant, dont need child. What should i do? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-Mar-2013
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Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:hi very good morning
Doctor:Is this XXXXX?
User:my self XXXXXXX , i am 31 years old having two is 4 years old and younger one is 1 years old. my wife is 28 years old.
Doctor:Please proceed
User:actuallly my wife is two month pregnent but we dont need this child.. what should i do ..plz suggest
Doctor:sure, I will suggest on this
Doctor:It is very simple
User:actually i was using condom.. but dont know what goes wrong
Doctor:It happens
Doctor:But it can be corrected
User:plz suggest
Doctor:She can go to a gynecologist and ask for medical termination of pregnancy
Doctor:since she is 2 months pregnant, it can be terminated using oral tablets
Doctor:Later on she can opt for Copper T or permanent sterilization
User:can we do that without going to doctors clininc
Doctor:It is not advisable XXXXXXX
Doctor:It does not take much of your time and it is not very costly too
User:ok so i have to consult to doctor
Doctor:It is ideal to be done under a doctor's guidance
User:ok no issue
Doctor:It is good for your wife
Doctor:You can freely talk to the doctor regarding this
Doctor:She should be able to help your wife
User:and what should i do after that..i mean what precaution should we have
Doctor:Are you looking to have a kid in the future?
User:no never coz i am having a two no need for third one
Doctor:Then, your wife can get a tubectomy done, it is a permanent solution to birth control
Doctor:It requires a day of hospitalization
User:is it surgical
Doctor:you need not worry on failure of condoms then
Doctor:Yes, it is a surgical procedure
Doctor:It is usually done after a delivery
Doctor:But can be done anytime later too
Doctor:It is very simple, cost effective
Doctor:Has no complications
User:n what about copper t or injection
Doctor:copper T is temporary method of contraception, it can be used for upto 5 years without any problem
User:is it safe n secure
Doctor:But, the problem is copper T may cause infections in the pelvis, irregular bleeding
Doctor:If you are looking for a baby in future, copper T is the best
Doctor:It is short term contraception
User:n what about injection
Doctor:Injections are quite good but again cause increased weight
Doctor:Hormonal imbalances
User:ok ma'm so what ur suggestion..
User:ok ma'm can u suggest that oral pill which sould se take for termination
Doctor: XXXXXXX in your case, BEST would be to ask your wife to go in for a Tubectomy and you can have a happy sexual life thereafter
Doctor:There are many pills available for termination, they are all prescription drugs
Doctor:They are available only after consulting the doctor and a prescription is written
Doctor:So, please take her to a doctor and get it prescribed
User:ok thanks for guiding me
Doctor:One more thing
Doctor:Please get the medical termination done early
User:yeah sure i m going today itself
Doctor:If it crosses beyond 3 months, surgical intervention may be required at times
Doctor:It may cause problem to your wife
Doctor:Avoid such things and get it done earlier
Doctor:Hope you have followed me
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