im having an abortion by pill today as i have found out i am pregnant again after having a very scary labour 5month ago with my son.. i dont believe in abortion but i feel it is the best thing for my health as i have been getting very bad paing where i had my c section with my son... i would just like to know is the medical abortion safe?
i have seen a doctor, been to the family planning, seen a midwife and everything... i dont believe in it but when i had my son i was in hospital for weeks with infection and dangeriously high blood pressure.... i want to make sure im still here for my son so i need to do whats best. my stomach was very very stretched when i had my son and doctors are scared i wont carry a baby again so soon... is the abortion pill safe after a c section
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