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Types of Abortion | Methods of Abortion Dilation and Curettage (D&C) and Medical | बच्चेदानी की सफाई | बच्चेदानी की सफाई कब की जाती है? | आप अपने गर्भनाल को कैसे साफ करते हैं? | गर्भपात में DNC क्या है?
If the female gets pregnant and she wants to opt for Abortion, then there are two ways: D & C and Medical Abortion. If the woman is pregnant, Doctors first do an ultrasound to know the weeks of pregnancy. Medical Abortion is possible only at 7-9 weeks. But if the pregnancy is more than nine weeks old, medical Abortion is not possible. For medical Abortion, doctors prescribe medicines in two doses. These medicines initiate bleeding that may last from 10 days to 2 weeks. If the patient experiences any problem between these days, she must visit the doctor and have the proper diagnosis to start the treatment.
Hence, a female undergoing medical Abortion must have access to a medical facility so that if she faces any problem, she can visit the doctor. If the female can’t see the doctor, the doctor offers D&C instead of Medical Abortion. If the pregnancy is nine weeks older, doctors opt for D & C. Doctors ask the patients to come for a follow-up after both procedures to ensure that Abortion has occurred properly. Sometimes a female may be delayed in periods or sometimes even after proper dosage of medical abortion, some part of the foetus is left behind. All these can cause delay in periods. Hence, a female must visit for follow-up check up to avoid further complications. And if there is any complication, then they can take timely treatment.
When will the period come after Abortion?
Usually, after Abortion, irrespective of the mode, either D & C or medical, the normal period cycle starts after one month. But in a few cases, it may get delayed by up to 2 weeks due to hormonal imbalance.
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