i had given an abortion pill to my girl friend.drug named mtpill(1 dose)
following with 2 misoprost(200 mg)as aacording to the dosage given. the
pregnancy was of around 80days. The baby was aborted using that.she gots
a pain like hell for around 3 hours.it all haapened before 9 months.
her age is just 19.
her body is not like before.like she become thin.her braest are so dull
now.she is having to much bleeding in her periods.i want to knw whether
she would be able to give birth to a healthy baby or not. is that
incident is going to affect her future life. regarding giving birth to a
child. what measures she should take to become healthy now.
im pretty sure thats illegal. giving your girlfriend pills to make her have an abortion
i dont kno if she will be able to have kids again thanks to what you did to her. it will affect her future. why would you do that to your child and your girlfrend. i hope it was before the 9months but you did not say how far along she was. she will have to go to a doctor either way you look at it because she more than likely will get sick becacuse of this done improperly. if it was done correcly...YOU would not have received the pills.
Did you do this with a doctors guidance? How do you know she was 80 days along (11 weeks?) are you sure she wasn't further along than that?
She had bad pain for 3 hours because she was in labor, her body was expelling the baby. I can't imagine any doctor would have given YOU the pills, how did you get them? Did she know what she was taking?
It is hard to say if she will ever be able to have a baby, some women can never have babies after having an abortion.
From what I gathered from the manufacturers website your girlfriend should have taken the abortion pills before 63 days gestation. The fact that she was further along than that may have caused complications. You should really get her to a doctor.
I saw that he is from India, maybe they didn't seeks a doctors care because sometimes in their culture it is VERY bad to have premarital sex. She is probably afraid of the consequences if her family were to find out.
Not that it makes it OK but just trying to figure out his reasoning.
What I just read by you is absolutely appalling behavior. Your girlfriend should have been under a doctor's care the moment she realized she might be pregnant. If an abortion was what was wanted, then the doctor could have provided her with the proper medication, and medical care right then and there. You should have seen to it that she got the care right away. Not wait until she is carrying a baby for awhile before you decide on abortion! That baby felt pain too, in case you didn't think about its torture too. You are obviously no parent material. You are very inmature.
Your girlfriend is likely anemic from her heavy bleeding and she needs medical treatment, not from you, but by a doctor. She needs it now. And she likely needs a lot of emotional comfort and help through her doctors referrals. This is not some light hearted choice to make, if this was her choice. She has got to have the right and freedom to grieve over the death of this child, and you had better be a good partner for her in this terrible time. At times like this, some mother's kill themselves. You make sure she has all the help she needs. You stand by her all the way.
If you were so worried about her reputation and her emotions, you should have stepped to the plate and married her immediately, and taken the very best care of her and your child as necessary. That is, if you two are of marriage age.
Don't have sex with her right now, until after she is taken to a doctor and has healed and the doctor says it is OK to have sex. Then make sure she takes birth control pills regularly, or you use a condom and spermicide without fail. Better for her to take birth control pills daily or however it is prescribed by her doctor. Remember, NEVER let this happen again. This is a tragedy for the mother, for her baby.
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