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Pregnant, thinking of termination. What should i do?

Hi I ve just found out I m 4 weeks pregnant and I m strongly thinking of a termination,guilt and worry is getting the better of me as I m thinking it will hurt the baby and I m in a way killing it.. I ve been told that at 4weeks there is no baby yet and it is merely a clump of cells.. Is this true? I will just be ridding my body of cells and not a baby?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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The moment fertilization occurs, your baby is born. Remember, it is only a group of cells at first that later differentiate into an orderly figure ( we all were), but those group of cells have life. It is up to you to decide whether you wish to continue with that. At 4 weeks of pregnancy, the yolk sac, the future fetus, just forms and you can see it in high resolution sonogram. Please discuss with your partner and decide. Good luck.
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