But you should always tell your dr that you had an abortion!! there is a rare chance that you may not be able to carry a baby the next time! it is very important to tell your dr! and FYI 1 in every 5 women have had at least 1 abortion......
No you're fine. jhays is right you should always tell your dr that you had an abortion if it's surgical or just from the pill like you did. They need that stuff for their patient records, but there isn't anyway to prove that you did it.
I assume someone is telling you there is a test they can make you do to prove you had an abortion. They're lying to you. A complication free abortion in early pregnancy leaves no markers or damage on your body. Even though it was only 3 months ago you should be 100% back to normal like before you got pregnant.
Yes i am 100% fine, and also no damages occur to me.
but still i am worried that DNA test shows the complete history of my harmones.
with whom i had sex and how many times i got aborted .......
i need ur advise on this..
Oh my gosh. Well no there isn't any test that will give a complete history of your hormones, sexual history, or abortions. That just doesn't exist. If you just had an abortion a few days ago you could still have the hormone hcg in your system, but not after a few months.
There are tests that can look for sexually transmitted diseases such as Chlamydia - Gonorrhea - Trichomoniasis - Genital Herpes, but it wouldn't say how many times you have had sex or with how many partners.
DNA testing only shows your DNA it doesn't have anything to do with hormones. If you are looking for more information about women's health and what tests are available you can always research them by doing a simple google search. The CDC is a good site to check out as well as womenshealth.gov they both offer some basic information that might be useful.
Other than that it sounds like you'll be okay. No test is going to show what you are worried about.
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