how can i terminate a 6 weeks old pregnancy?

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  1. profile image44
    peter45posted 7 years ago

    how can i terminate a 6 weeks old pregnancy?

  2. clearblue99 profile image57
    clearblue99posted 7 years ago

    Life is precious you have a living person inside

  3. freecampingaussie profile image59
    freecampingaussieposted 7 years ago

    If you really feel you cannot cope with your baby son or daughter why not let a loving family have the oppportunity of having a child to love . So many people regret having killed their child for years to come on a daily basis and often find they... read more

  4. magzz profile image59
    magzzposted 7 years ago

    PLEASE, let me be the first to encourage you not to go through with your intentions!  I just could not ignore your question even though I am not an expert on the subject matter. I do understand moral laws, principle laws, and biblical laws and  its ultimate consequences. If your intent to terminate unborn life is as a result of a mistake - I sympatize with you, however, I would rather live with such mistakes than to violate ultimate laws.

    Also, I am not an activist or pro anything, but trying to keep you from regret and troubled mind for the rest of your life.  Please understand that you have options- you just need to find the right option. First, you begin by talking to someone ( spiritual adviser, counselor, trusted friend and most importantly to God or whoever you can relate to). There is no doubt that your circumstances may not be unique, which all the more reason why I am confident that you will be just fine if you do not go through with your  question.

    Let me ask you a question! Even if you are not governed by any law such as i mentioned  - what if your birth mother posed a question like yours or had intentions to carryout such act while you were still in her womb. How would this make you feel knowing this?

    Again, you need to give this serious consideration. You will be very glad you did down the line.

    No one is going to judge you  - but your conscience and the creator of life.

  5. dabeaner profile image53
    dabeanerposted 7 years ago

    Go to a local clinic, Planned Parenthood, etc., for an abortion.  You don't need to listen to the religious wackos about "unborn children" and "souls".  A fetus -- a so-called "unborn child" is not a child.  There is no need for you to accept any guilt those religious wackos try to lay on you.

  6. Loveslove profile image57
    Lovesloveposted 7 years ago

    dabeaner...In answer to your comment about a Featus not being an unborn  child ...You have obviously not ever seen a scan of an unborn baby,even an early scan can show a baby sucking its thumb.....from the moment of conception that seed  IS a baby.

    PETER...If you want to murder an unborn chiild go ahead ...visit a doctor for advice  or the Brooke Advisory Clinic but please think carefully about it first,there are many people who long for a baby to love and for one reason or another are unable to conceive,if you cant cope with baby after it is born give it up for adoption ,but please dont murder your baby....if the reason for termination is your HEALTH than that is a different problem altogether. either way and for whatever reason think carefully before making a decision.

  7. freecampingaussie profile image59
    freecampingaussieposted 7 years ago

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/4066695_f260.jpg

    I had 2 miscarriages about that time and I still think about the son or daughters I lost, wonder what they would have been like now
    The moment we are pregnant we talk about our baby.

    http://www.babycenter.com.au/pregnancy/ … z14gl5lOuu

    Everyone makes their own decision but we can hope for a better outcome.

  8. pedrog profile image59
    pedrogposted 7 years ago

    Don't wanna touch this even with a 20 foot pole.

  9. wychic profile image87
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    If you have already weighed the options between abortion versus adoption and have decided that this is definitely the course you're planning to take, then consult with a doctor who specializes in abortion or go to a clinic. Most will offer counseling to help deal with the inevitable mental side-effects of the decision, as well as help you decide if it's really what you want to do. Once the decision has been made, they will be able to help with the procedure itself. Whatever you do, do NOT attempt some of the at-home "solutions" that you can find all over the internet. Most of these are ineffective, and many may lead to very serious side effects, up to and including the death of the person attempting it. Doctor visits post-abortion are essential, as any leftover tissue can cause infections which will very quickly lead to life-threatening complications, and sometimes bleeding doesn't stop without surgical ablation.

  10. Dr irum profile image57
    Dr irumposted 7 years ago

    Sometimes six  weeks can be too early to see anything on a Ultrasound, usually that timing is just about right.

    I personally   prefer for  surgical abortion, it is over in  five minutes, and the Intravenous sedation makes it painless. The bleeding is also much less severe by this method than with medical abortion.

  11. profile image50
    Howtoabortionposted 5 years ago

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  12. padmendra profile image45
    padmendraposted 4 years ago

    Terminating at 6 weeks old pregnancy, it is possible medically depending on the age and health condition of a woman, otherwise, it can be done surgically. This is not an advice, but an answer to a general question. The best management, however, can be done by a professional  - that is  a gynecologist.

 
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