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The Ultimate Guide for Safest Abortion Procedure

by Vardaan Hospital Health & Medical Services
Introduction

Abortion is the most effective process to terminate the pregnancy up to 20 weeks of gestation. It is a process where removal of tissues is done which does not result in the birth of a child. Sometimes women are not mentally or physically healthy to raise a child and terminates her unplanned pregnancy. Abortions have now become a quite common and secure process.

It is not an easy decision but can be considered a wise choice in the following situations:
  • When a couple is not ready to be parents.
  • If the birth of a child can be dangerous for the health of the mother.
  • When there are chances of mental and physical abnormalities to a newborn.
  • Due to financial instability.
  • Too old to have a baby.
  • Too young to have a baby.
  • When a woman wants to focus more on her career and work.
  • When a woman is not sharing a good relationship with her partner.

How is abortion performed?

At the first, a doctor confirms the pregnancy and then ultrasound tests are done to examine the stage of pregnancy. After evaluation, a suitable method is performed to terminate the unwanted childbirth. The two effective methods are as follows:

Medical Abortion: It is basically treated with the abortion pills named misoprostol and mifepristone. It is suggested up to 9 weeks of pregnancy. One pill is taken right at the hospital and the other is consumed within a gap of 24 to 48 hours to end the childbirth. Pills are used to stop the growth of a baby in a female body. No surgery or anaesthesia is required under this process.

If a woman is 10 weeks or more into her gestational period, then she is not eligible for medical abortion.  It is best recommended for early pregnancy (first trimester) stage.

Surgical Abortion: It is generally performed in 14 to 16 weeks of gestation. In this process, minor surgery is done to empty the tissues of pregnancy from the mother’s womb. The two methods of surgical abortion procedure are as follows:

Vacuum Aspiration: A doctor uses a suction tube into the cervix and the tissues of pregnancy are taken out. It is done up to 15 weeks of pregnancy.

Dilation and Evacuation (D&E): A doctor broadens the cervix using medical forceps and removes the contents with the help of a suction tube. It is done after 15 weeks of gestation.

Preventions to Follow for Faster Recovery

The basic guidelines that can make a huge difference and helps to prevent infection after the entire procedure. It involves:
  • Do not insert anything into a vagina such as menstruation cups, tampons, etc. Use sanitary pads during the menstrual cycle.
  • Take a shower instead of taking a bath.
  • Do not have any sexual contact for at least 2 weeks.
  • Do not consume alcohol or drugs.
  • Do not take any medicine without consultation.
  • Eat a proper nutritious diet.
  • Avoid going to the gym for a couple of days.

Availability of Health Care Services

In Delhi, there is an enormous medical service available out there for women regardless of their geographic locations, caste and religion. It is completely legal to get an abortion in India. Both the methods are safe and have a few chances of complications.

If you have found yourself pregnant and do not want to raise a child, then do not hesitate and wait for the situation to get worse. Immediately consult a registered medical practitioner for better advice and support.

Resource Box

Vardaan Hospital provides one of the best abortion facilities to each women living in a domestic and international country. The experienced doctors personally monitor a single step of medical and surgical abortion in India. To know more about the venture, visit: https://www.vardaan.net/



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