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2 months pregnant, anemia, unwanted pregnancy, not comfortable with abortion. Suggestions?

hi i have accidently conceived a child with my girlfriend not sure what me and her are, its become very complicated, she is about two months pregnant and she does not at all want this child, but she cant handle the idea of an abortion , she suffers from anemia , so im not sure if she can terminate the pregnancy medically, I personally wouldnt mind either way, its difficult to know what i should feel, i tried getting her up to the doctors for a check up, but she doesnt not want to go, just incase she ll make a rash decision and then regret it later, im wondering what i should do, and what will happen when i visit the doctors?
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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Mar 2013
I appreciate your query.
The question you have posed is very tricky, because the decision to go ahead with a pregnancy or not is entirely the prerogative of the couple.
There are so many emotional, moral, psychological and financial aspects to it.
If the two of you are in a stable relationship, then abortion should not be ideal, unless one/ both of you have strong reasons to think of it.
About the anemia, that should not be a concern, because anemia is very common, and very much treatable in today's modern world.
About the mode of termination also, medical abortion works within a very specific time frame. So it is inevitable that you should visit a gynaecologist, estimate the weeks of pregnancy, confirm that pregnancy is inside the uterus and also get the necessary tests for anemia done.
Mild to moderate anemia does not rule out medical abortion, as it is an equal risk for surgical abortion also.
There is no alternative to getting a check up done for her as soon as possible, in either case, because even if you continue the pregnancy, you should confirm it by ultrasound, and treat her anemia.
So in both situations, I would advise you to visit a gynecologist at the earliest.
Hope this helped you.
Answered: Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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