What pills can I take?

if I think im a month pregnent then what pill/pills can I take to get rid of it

Answer #1

Adoption/Abortion is YOUR choice. Don’t let anyone sway your decision. Read up on the pro’s and con’s and also speak to planned parenthood (number above). In early stages of pregnancy you can take a pill. In later stages they use a vacuum to clean the uterus of the fetus. Has it been 72 hours since you had sex? if so then you can take the morning after pill, prescribed from the local pharmacy/ doctors surgery/ hospital.

Answer #2

“I am not aware of any pills that “get rid” of a baby once the implantation has taken place. I worked in pediactrics and I’m sure I would have heard of something, but I never have to my knowledge.”

surprising… one would think you would have learnt more working there… but it’s ok, not everyone can know everything…

Mifepristone and Misoprostol What is the Medical Abortion?

Medical Abortion (brand name Mifeprex) is a form of early abortion caused by the combination of two medications, mifepristone and misoprostol that is an option for women who are 8 weeks pregnant or less. Also known as RU486 or medication abortion.

During the first appointment at the clinic you receive the mifepristone pill to take orally. Then 24 to 72 hours later, in the privacy of your own home, you take the the second medication, misoprostol. Misoprostol causes contractions resulting in a miscarriage. When used in combination, mifepristone and misoprostol are 95-97% effective within two weeks. Mifepristone and misoprostol are FDA approved.

How Does It Work?

Mifepristone blocks the hormone progesterone needed to maintain the pregnancy. Because this hormone is blocked, the uterine lining begins to shed, the cervix begins to soften and bleeding may occur. With the later addition of the second medication, misoprostol, the uterus contracts and the pregnancy is usually expelled within 6 to 8 hours.

Because the woman chooses when she takes the second medication within the time frame of 24 to 72 hours after the first medication, she has some control over the timing of when she expels the pregnancy and experiences the side effects of bleeding and cramping. Some women choose the Medical Abortion because of the privacy it offers. Some women feel empowered by taking an active role in the process.

Use

At your first appointment at the clinic, an ultrasound is performed to confirm you are less than 8 weeks pregnant. You then speak with an experienced counselor who explains how mifepristone and misoprostol work and makes sure you get answers to all of your questions. Your health history is carefully reviewed and if you meet the criteria, the doctor will give you the mifepristone to take orally. You are also given one bottle containing four tablets of misoprostol to be used 24 to 72 hours after taking mifepristone. If this first dosage fails to induce a miscarriage, please call the clinic to receive instructions on using your back-up misoprostol tablets.

What To Expect

Upon taking mifepristone at the clinic you may begin to bleed. As each woman’s body is different, bleeding varies from woman to woman. Some may experience light bleeding much like spotting towards the end of a menstrual period. Others have heavier bleeding like their regular menstrual period, or like a heavy period. Some women do not experience any bleeding until taking the misoprostol.

Upon taking the second medication misoprostol tablet, cramping, bleeding, and clotting may begin as soon as 20 minutes. Within the next 6 to 8 hours, most women will miscarry. Cramping may come in waves with increasing and decreasing intensity. You can expect bleeding heavier than a menstrual period with large clots. During this time, you will pass the embryo although you may not see it since it is very small. The amount of bleeding when using the Medical Abortion is greater than with aspiration abortion.

Aftercare

A follow-up exam is scheduled for two weeks later to make sure the process is complete. If you have not yet miscarried, we will perform a aspiration abortion. A very small percentage (5%) of women do not pass the pregnancy tissue and need a suction procedure to complete the process.

Side Effects

Most of the side effects when using this early abortion option are caused by the second medication, misoprostol. Side-effects may include heavy bleeding, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and heavy cramping.

Risks

Vaginal bleeding with medical abortion could be extremely heavy. In rare situations it could require a aspiration abortion and very rarely, a blood transfusion. You will be given our 24-hour hotline number to call if you have any problems. Medical staff are on call at all times to answer your medical questions and concerns.

If pregnancy is continued after taking these medications, there is a high risk of fetal deformities.

Criteria

Abortion Medication may be an option if you:

Are less than 8 weeks since your last menstrual period. Are willing and able to give informed consent. Have the support you need such as access to reliable transportation and ability to communicate with the clinic by telephone. Live no more than 2 hours away from emergency medical care (a hospital). Are able to come back to the clinic for 1 to 3 follow-up appointments. Agree to have a surgical abortion if the misoprostol does not induce termination. Your Health

Due to the risk of serious health problems, mifepristone and misoprostol may not be recommended if you:

Have had a blood clotting problem or are taking anticoagulant medicine. Have severe anemia. Have adrenal failure. Are taking long-term systemic corticosteroids. May have an ectopic pregnancy. Have a mass in the tubes or ovaries. Have inherited porphyria. Have an allergy to mifepristone, misoprostol or other prostaglandin medicine. Have severe diarrhea. Future Fertility

According to studies of the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and the National Abortion Federation, there are no known long term risks associated with using mifepristone and misoprostol. Therefore, women may pursue another pregnancy whenever they feel the time is right after having a Medical Abortion.

Other Options For Early Abortion

If you are at least 6 weeks by ultrasound, you can choose to have a surgical abortion, in which the cervix is dilated and suction aspiration is used to remove the tiny pregnancy.

Another option may be a chemical or medical abortion using Methotrexate. Ask at the clinic about your particular circumstances.

http://www.fwhc.org/abortion/medical-ab.htm

Answer #3

I am not aware of any pills that “get rid” of a baby once the implantation has taken place. I worked in pediactrics and I’m sure I would have heard of something, but I never have to my knowledge. Also, the emotional stress this will put you through now or later in life will be almost unbearable. My advice is consider adoption, and talk to you doctor.

Answer #4

The only pills you can take are abortion ones prescribed by your doctor because he feels your in danger of having the baby. Usually ‘cause girls are too young, unstable, could harm her physically or mentally or harm her other children, or that the child itself has a serious condition.

Answer #5

uh, ok,the first thing if you havnt already done it should be to tell a very close friend. maybe the first step after that should be completly deciding if you want to keep the baby. second step, IF YOU CHOOSE TO GET RID OF IT,you should maybe be see a doctor about it, he/she’ll have the right profesional idea of what you should take and or do. IF YOU CHOOSE NOT TO GET RID OF IT. congrats! and tell your parents or 1, maybe your mum. I don’t honestly know all to much about this but consider if you want to keep the baby or not then seek a doctors professional help. hope I helped a bit. funmail me if you need extra help

Answer #6

You can’t get over the counter pills. You’d have to go to a clinic if this is what you are cetain you want to do. The tablets are available in the early stages of pregnancy, its still an abortion but probably not as traumatic as going under anestetic,

Don’t start panicking though, you only say that you THINK you might be pregnant. Do a test, find out for sure then consider your options. Hope this helps

Answer #7

Please consider adoption, my stepfather was adopted when he was a baby and all I can think is what if his birth mother had gone the other route, then the world would have missed out on the most amazing man. I’m sure someone would love to give a baby a wonderful loving home for you.

Answer #8

Planned Parenthood +1 (419) 423-4611

http://www.plannedparenthood.org/

call them, go take a pregnancy test, and then you can discuss your options…

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