I am sorry for your loss, I know nothing about rubella and not sure why they asked you to have an abortion. I lost a baby by early birth at 5.5 months and I know they are fully developed and how hard that must of been for you!
Did the dr give you a percentage of how it would of effected the baby? Can't you get a vaccine for it or did he not tell you of a treatment? Two months is fine time to try again but I will have to check on the vius part.
Again I am so sorry and I will check on it and let you know what I find out
It is the most dangerous if contracted in the first trimester but only carries a 25% chance of harm to the baby. The doctor should not tell you to ahve done that. You can be immuninzed and wait one month to get pregnant. I asked a nurse friend and that is what she said. Hope this helps
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