Medical abortion is a drug-assisted way of terminating a pregnancy. Medical abortions don't require surgery or anesthesia, and they can be performed in a doctor's office or at home, with follow-up visits to your doctor. During the first trimester of pregnancy, it is the safest and most effective.
Medical abortion is a big decision with a lot of emotional and psychological ramifications. If you're thinking about getting this surgery, make sure you know what it entails, as well as the risks, problems, and alternatives.
Abortions for medical reasons are carried out for a variety of reasons. Medical abortion is an option for completing an early miscarriage or terminating an undesirable pregnancy. You can also get a medical abortion if you have a medical condition that makes carrying the pregnancy to term dangerous.
Medical Termination- is It Good?
If you're pregnant and thinking about having an abortion, only you can decide if it's the right decision for you. You may or may not want to confide in a trusted friend or family member, your partner, or someone else. You can speak with a supportive health care practitioner; most abortion facilities also have counsellors available to speak with. Sharing your thoughts and feelings about this decision with individuals who will support you no matter what you decide is often beneficial. While asking people for their opinions can be beneficial, we recommend obtaining additional assistance from a clinic or counsellor if you feel that someone is not allowing you to make your own decisions or is attempting to compel you to make a particular conclusion.
Abortion can be done for a variety of reasons. Some reasons are:
You either don't want to have children (ever) or don't want to have more children.
You don't want to get pregnant right now because it's not the best time to start a family (for example, because it would interfere with school, work, family, or other responsibilities).
You cannot afford to raise a child.
It's difficult for you to get pregnant or raise a child in your current situation.
You and your partner are having troubles, or you don't have a partner and don't want to parent a child on your own.
You have health concerns that make pregnancy difficult or risky. The fetus has a congenital abnormality or other condition.
A sexual assault resulted in the pregnancy.