I am a 34-year-old, and I have two kids one is three years and second is one year I recently tested positive for pregnancy, and I want to abort it. Currently I am six days above from the periods I missed and fifth week what is medication to abort this pregnancy. I want to use it at home or any method at home to abort it. I want to abort it safely with medicine. No previous issues regarding pregnancy or periods.
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It is not recommended to take tablets without confirming the intrauterine pregnancy and ruling out an ectopic pregnancy. So, please consult your nearby gynecologist and undergo an ultrasound. After confirming the intrauterine pregnancy and gestational age, with your doctor's advice, you can plan for the termination of pregnancy. Up to eight weeks of pregnancy, medical termination with tablets is possible. I hope I have answered your query, and I will be happy to answer any further follow-up queries.
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