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Scoliosis patient planning to abort the pregnancy. What are the methods?

Hi dr,I m scoliosis patient me and my husband doesnt want baby as i m very week and suddenly i m pregnant and i m not strong enough to carry a baby as I really work little harder,now the baby 2 weeks we wanted to abort the baby before it get bigger,kindly assist how to abort this baby.we actually plan to adopt a baby thanks
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Now you consult gynecologist once and undergo ultrasound to to confirm intrauterine pregnancy and to rule out the ectopic pregnancy.
Then if the pregnancy is intrauterine, with your doctor's advice you can go for medical termination of abortion.
Medical termination can be done with tablets and after undergoing general examination you can take them with your doctor's advice.
As you want to avoid the pregnancy better to use some regular contraceptive methods in future.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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