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1 month pregnant, diagnosed with tuberculosis. How to abort the baby?

hello mam my wife get 1 month pregnancy but we didnt want this child cause my wife is on course of TB medicne from 1 month when i started the medicine doctor says to avoind get pregnant 2 to 3 moths but we get intercourse before starting medicine and now after one month we find that she is pregnant what to do i cant understand she is very weak and we didnt want this baby is there any method to abort it that can not harm my wife body health
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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First of all, except MDTB(multi-drug resistant type), other varieties of tuberculosis do not indicate an abortion because Rifampicin, INH, Ethambutol and also Pyrazinamide have not shown any birth defects when used during pregnancy. Yet, if you do not want this baby, you can consult your doctor and go for a medical abortion since it is very early pregnancy. The weakness could be due to pregnancy as well as the disease she is suffering from which is known to reduce resistance. Take care.
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