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MTP, which is an abbreviation for Medical Termination of Pregnancy, is indeed a process for ending a pregnancy with the use of medications or a surgical procedure.. In the early stages of pregnancy that is 7-9 weeks, it is possible to abort the pregnancy with medication; thereafter, a surgical procedure is required to complete the termination. It is lawful in India to terminate a pregnancy using medical means if the pregnancy has not progressed beyond 20 weeks in length. According to the law, only the agreement of a significant pregnant woman is required in order to terminate the child; no third person’s consent is required.


Everything You Need To Know About  Medical Termination

Who needs MPT?

When it comes to medical abortions, the grounds for doing so are often private. In order to accomplish an abortion or to terminate an undesired pregnancy, you might choose for a medical abortion. If you have a condition that makes prolonging a pregnancy life-threatening, you may be able to obtain an abortion by medical intervention.

How to Prepare?

Consult your Obstetricians and gynecologist’s doctor if you’re contemplating a medical termination. Your doctor may:

  •  Reassess your health records and overall
  •  Physically verify your pregnancy
  • Do ultrasonography to check the child is not outside the uterus or a tumor in the uterus,
  • Test your urine and blood
  • Describe the procedure’s effects, dangers, and consequences

Medical termination is a critical choice. Talk to your spouse, parents, or friends. Consult a doctor, religious advisor, or counselor to receive answers, examine options, and plan for the future.

Remember that no physician must conduct an abortion procedure which in certain places there seem to be legal criteria and waiting periods. Abortion after a loss has no extra-legal restrictions or waiting periods.

Different Procedure

Medications used in medical abortion include:

  •  Oral mifepristone and misoprostol (Cytotec) – This is the most frequent medical termination. These drugs are normally given before seven weeks of your previous menstruation. Mifepristone (mif-uh-PRIS-tone) inhibits progesterone, leading uterine lining to shrink and inhibiting embryo implant and growth. A separate medicine, misoprostol (my-so-PROS-tol), induces uterine contractions and expels the embryo vaginally.

You’ll probably take mifepristone at a physician’s surgery or clinic. Afterward, at home, you’ll likely take misoprostol. You will have mild bleeding after that. You’ll need to return to your physician 7 days later to confirm the complete abortion. The FDA has authorized this protocol (FDA).

  •  Oral mifepristone with misoprostol – For this form of medical termination, a gradually disintegrating misoprostol pill is put in your vaginal route, in your mouth behind your teeth as well as in buccal channel, and under your lips or sublingual route. These methods have fewer negative consequences but may be more successful. These drugs must be used within 9 weeks after your previous menstruation.
  • Vaginal misoprostol – Methotrexate is seldom used for undesired births, however, it is often used for extrauterine pregnancies (ectopic pregnancies). This form of medical termination should be done after 7 weeks of your previous menstruation, and methotrexate may take up to 4 weeks to accomplish. The misoprostol is administered at home after the methotrexate injection or vaginally. Misoprostol vaginal When administered before 9 weeks of pregnancy, vaginal misoprostol alone may be helpful. However, it is less successful than other medical termination methods.

After the Procedure

Following a medical termination, you may experience:

  • Severe bleeding
  •  Back or stomach ache
  •  Long-lasting fever
  • Yucky watery tearing

After a medical termination, you’ll see your physician as quickly as possible to get an update on your recovery, uterine thickness, menstruation, and inflammation. During 2 weeks following the abortion, avoid vaginal intercourse and tampon usage to prevent diseases. That depends on whether you would feel expectant, saw the evacuation of the lining of the womb or embryo, as well as how much hemorrhage you experienced and are still having.

You may require ultrasonography and maybe a surgical termination if the doctor fears a partial abortion or a recurrent pregnancy. You may feel relieved, sad, or guilty after a medical termination. This is normal. Speak to a counselor about them.


Moreover, another child is conceivable as quickly as two weeks following a medical termination, and fertilization may occur as early as 2 weeks just after the procedure. Before having an abortion, speak with your physician about how you may begin using contraceptives as quickly as the operation is completed.

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