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Had sex, pregnant, cannot take M pill. How to handle this situation?

Hello,I am vikas,
I had realation with my gf without any precaution last month on 22nd march 2013,after it she haven't periods so far (17th april 2013), she has been counslt to a lady docter,but docter said u can take MT Pill,cz my gf blood group is Negetive and her pregnancy is positive,
so docter said she cant take MT pill in this condition, it could be lige risk with herself,,
so now you suggest me how to handle in this condition,,,
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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your girl friend is pregnant and her blood group is -ve. The dr. has told that your girl fiend can't take MT pill for abortion. She is correct, because it can cause complications like incomplete abortion, infections, uncontrolled bleeding, sepsis. So far every thing is OK.
You are asking how to handle this situation, you mean get rid of the child - if so D&C is the only way. In future if she really wants to get pregnant, she has to have one inj. Rhogam better before and at 28th wk of gestation,to avoid the congenital complication of the child due to mismatched RH typing.
Best wishes

Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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