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2 weeks pregnant
I took a blood test yesterday and got it confirmed that I'm 2 weeks pregnant. I'd like to avoid pregnancy owing to study plans. Could you please advise, if it's safe to abort pregnancy at the moment. Will this affect my chances of getting pregnant in the future? What side effects and changes to the body are possible?
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Thank you for your question. Your gynaecologist is the best person to guide and advise you regarding termination of
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