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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi, I 'm recently married. due to contraceptive failure, my wife became pregnant. We don't want to have a child at this time. Can you help us in dropping the child in a safe way?
Doctor :   Hello.
User :   hello
Doctor :   How many weeks pregnant is your wife?
User :   she just missed her period by a week
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Did you do a urine pregnancy test?
User :   We had done a home pregnancy test, which turned negative
Doctor :   Ok.
User :   what do suggest us to do
Doctor :   then you have to wait for another a week and repeat the test.
User :   is there any chance of not becoming pregnant
Doctor :   Based on the result we can proceed further.
User :   she had the test today morning
Doctor :   It depends on the date of the unprotected sex.
User :   we had sex last month 26th or 27th may
Doctor :   You have to wait at lest 10 days after a missed period to get better result.
Doctor :   Can you tell me when is her menstrual periods are?
User :   not exactly the date but it is on 2 week of this month
Doctor :   When was her last menstrual period?
User :   as per my wife, she generally get to know the pain a week before. she is not experiencing anything yet. her last menstual periods were 2nd week of may
Doctor :   Exact date?
User :   not very sure
Doctor :   Are her periods regular?
User :   yes, so far regular
User :   6th or 7th may
Doctor :   There are chances of her to get pregnant.
User :   if it turns to positive next week, what would you suggest us to do?
Doctor :   But you have to wait for the repeat test.
Doctor :   There are two methods of termination of pregnancy in the first 3 months.
Doctor :   1) you can do a suction and remove the content.
User :   ok
Doctor :   2) take medication and the content will come out itself.
User :   but what are the risks involved in both the methods. which one you would consider safe?
Doctor :   Both have there own drawbacks.
User :   what are they can you eloborate a little more
Doctor :   Let the gynecologist decide which is best for her.
User :   i heard of vaginal inections, excessive bleeding in case of suction removal. will this be true?
Doctor :   Yes.
User :   is this true with medical?
Doctor :   If you go for manual vacuum aspiration.
User :   u mean MR
Doctor :   Which is done with in 7 menstrual weeks.
Doctor :   MR?
User :   i just heard, may not be true, what is vaccum aspiration? will this doesn't have any side effects
Doctor :   It has very less side effects.
User :   why is it so prolong?
Doctor :   Easy to perform.
Doctor :   prolong?
Doctor :   You mean periods?
User :   u said 7 menstrual weeks
Doctor :   Within 7 weeks.
Doctor :   Ant time within 7 weeks.
User :   oh u mean it can be done within 7 weeks of pregnancy
Doctor :   After 7 weeks you cannot perform it.
Doctor :   Yes.
User :   will it require any anaestesia
Doctor :   No.
User :   how do they perform?
Doctor :   They put a syringe and suck the content out.
User :   will it result any vaginal infection? how much it can guarantee of termination?
Doctor :   Very less chance, but you have to take precaution.
Doctor :   It is very reliable.
User :   how long will it take to complete the procedure?
User :   what are the precautions?
Doctor :   It can be done within a hour.
User :   what are the precautions we need to follow?
Doctor :   Precaution are nothing but aseptic conditions.
Doctor :   The doctor has to do it.
User :   u mean hygiene conditions, any restrictions on food intake,
Doctor :   Are you a doctor?
User :   no i'm just a citizen, otherwise why would i consult you
Doctor :   Just asked.
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