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Is it possible to abort a pregnancy without doctor's intervention ?

hello doctor,i am 18 and we played on 20th jan..but didnt do any sex...after that i got my periods late for first time in 7 years..its was heavy flow for 3 days then suddenly stopped and some brown discharge for next 2-3 days..i had 3 urine pregnancy test that time all came negative..last test i took was 6feb,and also ultrascan but nothing found,now i feel bloated and my nipples tip have some burning sensasation but breast not paining,last period i got was on 8 feb,dis time too i am not getting 2day its 7 march.should i again take test? i dont want to b pregnant,if its positive can i abort without any doctor consultion?plz reply.
Asked On : Wed, 7 Mar 2012
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Welcome to health care magic forum,

1)As you said you didn't have sex then there is no possibility of pregnancy. pregnancy is only and only possible after sex

2)Delayed menses is not due to pregnancy. if you are pregnant then menses will be absent.

so dont worry about pregnancy and if you periods are irregular then consult to gynecologist.

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Answered: Wed, 7 Mar 2012
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