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How to detect pregnancy and if so what are the methods of abortion ?

hi, was expecting m periods on 24th may. in the meanwhile i had unprotected sex with my husband i.e on 20th may. now m periods are worried abt been pregnant.......we r jst married....can anybody suggest me how to detect pregnancy? i had heard about mega news pregnancy test to use it.....n wat if am pregnant...till well i can abort the baby safely???? plz reply.....
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Home urine pregnancy detection kits are available over the counter in most pharmacies. Velocit, Pregnanews are few examples.

Collect early morning urine sample; drop 3 drops of urine on the well that is present in the kit. Look for change in color on the C and T panel on the kit and check for the inference. It is easy to learn.

You can abort the baby safely until 5 months of pregnancy.

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