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D&C done, heavy bleeding. Taking trenaxa, pregnant again. Safe to do another abortion?

Hi, I have gone through D&C 0n 29th May 2012 and my periods were regular after that. I got my periods on 2nd July after D&C on 29th May. After that i got my on 28th July. I had heavy bleeding during this mensuration cycle and I had to take trenaxa 500mg tablet ftwice for 3 days.Now the issue is that I am pregnent again. I have missed my periods this month. I am not mentally prepared for another child now. Would it be safe to go for another abortion? Please help.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

Definitely repeated abortions are not good to your health.
But if you are not having any alternative better to plan early so that D&C can be avoided.
You first consult gynecologist and undergo ultrasound to find out the gestational age.
If it is intrauterine pregnancy and your gestational age is below 8 weeks you can go for medical termination of pregnancy.

Take care.

Answered: Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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