Is Abortion Pill Safer After Having Caesarean Section?

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Cesarean delivery, also known as c-section, wherein the healthcare provider delivers the baby with a surgical procedure. Some women have planned surgery to avoid labor pain. In most cases, it is performed if the gynecologist finds complications in the delivery of the baby.

Of course, every woman knows this. However, what women generally don’t know is about medical abortion after the cesarean section. Yes, you read it right! You can undergo medical termination of pregnancy. As per studies, previous C-section does not intervene with the working of abortion pills.

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Tips on Unwanted Pregnancy

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Unwanted pregnancy and abortion are sensitive concerns for any woman. Since such a situation can catch you off guard, not understanding what to do is pretty normal. If you have had unprotected intercourse and then the fear of terminating an unwanted pregnancy, you can get emergency contraceptive pills at the earliest. With this, you can prevent unplanned pregnancy without having to worry about an abortion.

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Get Rid of Bacterial Vaginosis in Pregnancy

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Overgrowth of bacteria in the vaginal area causes inflammation. Bacterial Vaginosis is one such type wherein the natural bacterial balance gets disturbed. This is more likely to happen in women between the ages group of 20-35. However, it does not mean that a woman apart from the said age group can’t be a victim of bacterial Vaginosis.

There is also some confusion among women regarding BV issues. 

  • Bacterial Vaginosis can lead to infertility in women.
  • BV can be a hurdle for early abortions.

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Posted in Women's Health | Tagged Bacterial Vaginosis, infertility in women |
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