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How to abort three month pregnancy ?

I HAVE NOT SEEN MY PERIOD FOR THE PAST THREE MONTH NOW, AND I DID A TEST AND WAS CONFIRMED THAT AM THREE MONTH PREGNANT . PLS I NEED A HELP ON HOW TO GET RID OF IT. I SHOULD DONE THE TEXT BEFORE IT GET TO THREE MONTH, BUT I DID NOT NOTICE ANY CHANGE IN ME AND BESIDE AV BEEN MISSING MY PERIOD BEFORE WITHOUT BEING PREGNANT.
Asked On : Fri, 27 May 2011
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OBGYN 's  Response
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Medically speaking its a bit too late if there pregnancy is more the 12 weeks.You should get an ultrasound asap.Its harmful for your health to abort the pregnancy in the second trimester.You need to see a doctor.
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Pediatrician Dr. Suryakanta Baraha's  Response
hello,

welcome to healthcaremagic.
you are already near 3 months. bit late.

so you have to consult a gynecologist and follow her advice for abortion.

dont take any medication or do any procedure without the guidance of doctor.

otherwise it may lead to many complications. co consult your doctor now.

take care
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