The Impact Of The Fetus That Has Not Yet Come Out Despite Having Been Aborted Twice?
I want to ask, I twice tried to abort the womb by consuming drugs, each time it made blood clots come out but after being checked for a week the results were still positive. The fetus might still be there. I also still feel nauseous. If the baby is born is there a possibility of having a disability because he has tried to abort twice?
Hello Al Vin,
The act of abortion without medical indication (abortion provokatus criminalis) is against criminal law and the perpetrators can be imprisoned, including in Indonesia. Criminal abortion often uses drugs such as misoprostol and hormonal drugs to induce uterine contractions. These drugs in the medical world are also used for example for cases of abortion that have occurred but there is still residual tissue left but with the right dose and good clinical supervision. Indiscriminate use of these drugs can not only cause danger to the fetus, but danger to the mother for example due to heavy bleeding due to tears in the uterus or uterine contractions that are not good after the baby's umbilical cord is out.
Criminal abortion practice also often uses tools that are not sterile or even unhygienic so that it can cause infection in the uterus or the remaining tissue remaining in the uterus. Therefore the criminal provocate abortion activities are prohibited and regulated by law.
The use of fetal abortion drugs, can increase the risk of defects or defects in the fetus. Some fetal abnormalities associated with misoprostol and hormone medications during pregnancy are:
Central nervous disorders: meningomyelocele (there are sacs protruding from the lining of the brain), microcephaly (smaller than normal head size - can interfere with brain development)
Musculoskeletal abnormalities: abnormal number of fingers, abnormal foot shape
Deformities of the baby's genitals
Spinal deformities of the baby
Fetal abnormalities, if clearly can be detected using uterine ultrasonography. However, most are only diagnosed when a baby is born. Therefore, you should check with an obstetrician to see if there are abnormalities in fetal development and to see if there are abnormalities in your uterus such as abnormal placental placement or whether there is bleeding in the uterus. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.