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Considering abortion in Bangalore at 6 weeks?

Pregnancy Termination & Early Abortion In Bangalore Options

Contents in this post:

Abortion in Bangalore at 6 weeks: The legal framework

Abortion in Bangalore at 6 weeks: Your queries answered by experts

Unwanted pregnancy at 6 weeks: Available abortion methods

The Indian government has taken an initiative in the direction to make safe abortions accessible to all women. And for that, it legalized abortions back in 1971 with the introduction of the MTP Act, 1971. The modern world called for more reforms in abortion laws. As a result, today, abortions in India are legal for a varied range of circumstances.

Besides, abortions are available to all women, married or unmarried with their consent only if they are above 18 years of age. Even the permissible gestation length up to when an abortion is legally available is up to 20 weeks in normal cases. These cases include the ones as common as contraceptive failures. In some other special cases, the ceiling age is even higher.

However, one cannot ignore the stigma surrounding abortions. And this stigma can be seen more deeply penetrated in the collective consciousness of the society for unmarried and single women. The legal moves about abortions have been in the direction to empower women. Still, many women lack knowledge of their reproductive rights.

Stigma and the lack of knowledge act as pitfalls for women into falling for unsafe abortions. This post intends to help women in Bangalore learn their abortion rights. As well, it will answer all their queries in context with a 6-week unwanted pregnancy. 6-weeks is an early pregnancy period and one can conveniently get a Gentle Care suction abortion in Bangalore at Bangalore Genesis Hospital (BGH).

Abortion in Bangalore at 6 weeks: Your queries answered by experts

The legal rights for abortion in Bangalore have been mentioned in the above section. To know them in detail, you can read the post at the following link: Is abortion legal in Bangalore: What do you need to know?

We will come ahead with other abortion-related queries.

Question: Is abortion at 6 weeks painful?

Answer: A medical abortion induces abdominal cramps that cause pain in the pelvic region. So, if you are planning to take abortion pills in Bangalore, yes, abortion can be a painful experience for you.

However, in case you are looking for a painless abortion, then Gentle Care suction abortion may be a better choice. It is a non-invasive and painless abortion.

Question: Do I need to undergo a surgical abortion for terminating a 6-week pregnancy?

Answer: No, not at all in the case of an intrauterine pregnancy unless there is any complication. Surgical abortion is the method of choice for terminating late-stage pregnancies, i.e., the ones beyond 12 weeks.

The two abortion methods for terminating 6-week pregnancy are both non-invasive. However, women prefer Gentle Care abortion over the medical method. For a detailed comparison between the two methods, you can click on the following link: Gentle Care abortion in Bangalore vs abortion pills

Question: Will abortion at 6 weeks impact my future pregnancies?

Answer: Relax, a safe abortion will not impact your future pregnancies. However, an unsafe abortion can negatively impact your future reproductive health and pregnancies. In a case, you are looking for early pregnancy termination, do not self-diagnose or self-medicate. Consult the doctor for abortion and proceed only with a safe abortion.

For instance, if you take abortion pills without knowing that your pregnancy is ectopic, abortion will not happen. Instead, the pregnancy can rupture within the body causing internal bleeding. The patient’s life gets in danger in such a situation. Immediate surgery is essential to save her life.

Even if timely surgery can save her life, she may lose her partial or complete fertility depending on the severity. And in such instances, she may find it difficult to conceive in the future.

Question: Can I get a confidential abortion?

Answer: Of course yes! The Indian abortion law states that no details of the patient can be disclosed to anyone besides the patient herself. However, visiting a general hospital may cause a privacy breach. Although the medical staff will not tell anyone about you having an abortion, what can be done about the crowded waiting halls? What if you meet an acquaintance at the hospital?

To prevent such unwanted circumstances, it may be better to visit a registered abortion hospital near you that takes care of patient privacy as a priority. To know the details on how to find the best abortion clinic near you, you can follow the guidelines mentioned in the below link: 9 Criteria To Use While Choosing Your Gynaecologist for Abortion in Bangalore

Bangalore Genesis Hospital offers safe, legal and confidential abortions in Bangalore. There is no common waiting area as the patients are seen at their appointment times. The doctor-patient conversation takes place in a comfortable private doctor’s chamber maintaining the patient’s privacy. The abortion procedure is also performed in a private examination room.

After a Gentle Care abortion, the patient does not need to stay at the hospital overnight. She can rest in her private room until she feels sufficiently rested. Then, she can take discharge on the same day. Most patients feel comfortable taking discharge in less than 30 minutes after a Gentle Care suction abortion for terminating a 6-week pregnancy. In and out of the clinic is very quick and in privacy. So, if you are looking forward to having a confidential abortion, you can inquire about the earliest available slot.

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Question: In case I do not want anyone in the future to know about my pregnancy or abortion, is it possible?

Answer: With a Gentle Care suction abortion, it is possible. Since the procedure is non-invasive, there is no scarring that can leave its marks. Hence, unless you choose to disclose the same yourself, no one can know about your abortion history.

Unwanted pregnancy at 6 weeks: Available abortion methods

Coming to the safe and approved abortion methods available for terminating a 6-week pregnancy. So, the method of abortion depends on the pregnancy length and location. Once you know that you are pregnant with a positive home pregnancy test, you may not know its exact length. You can raise an estimate according to your ovulation charting or menstrual cycle, but it is approximate. The exact length is determinable by an ultrasound image.

The home pregnancy test will also not confirm your pregnancy location. It only tests whether you are pregnant or not. The basis of the result is the presence of pregnancy hormone, human Chorionic Gonadotrophin (hCG) in your urine sample. And it can be present in detectable amounts in both normal as well as ectopic pregnancies. So, when you visit a registered abortion clinic, the doctor will first advise you to undergo a small ultrasound. Your abortion method will depend on the results of the test.

Considering that your pregnancy is intrauterine and is in week 6, you have two abortion methods available. These are:

  1. Medical abortion with the help of abortion pills.
  2. Vacuum aspiration abortion with the help of suction pressure.

Medical abortion at 6 weeks of pregnancy:

Medical abortion at 6 weeks is a procedure adopted to end a pregnancy through medicines. It is a non-invasive procedure and does not involve any surgery or the use of anesthesia. It usually starts at the doctor’s clinic. The patient can choose to complete it at home. However, the patient may need multiple follow-ups. And she should also be able to access emergency help if the need arises.

Although it is a safe abortion method when prescribed after a proper diagnosis. However, it is becoming the less preferred method of abortion due to its possible risks and lesser efficiency. Besides, the availability of an alternate non-invasive and painless Gentle Care suction abortion makes it a more preferred choice.

What are the potential risks of a medical abortion?

Some of the risks with a medical abortion include:

Incomplete abortion:

It is the most common complication. Since abortion pills are not more than 95% efficient, there are always some chances of incomplete abortion. And it can happen with any woman. However, it is the most common complication with the self-administration of abortion pills. This is because, during self-medication, the patient does not consider all the relevant medical information. Whereas, the doctor for abortion checks all essential details before prescribing abortion pills to any patient.

Even the patient may not know whether medical abortion is the method of choice for terminating her pregnancy. She may not know the exact dose required and the method of administration.

Many patients may be taking some or other medicines for some other medical conditions. In such situations also, the patient may not be able to check for the interactions, contraindicated medicines or dose adjustment, if required.

For a medical abortion to be the most efficient, all these things go into consideration. And only your healthcare provider can best ascertain this for you.

Failed abortion:

It is yet another risk with abortion pills. They may completely fail in inducing a miscarriage. As a result, the embryo may still keep growing. However, the fetus may suffer from some anomalies if the pregnancy is carried through full term.

Heavy and prolonged bleeding:

A medical abortion occurs like an induced miscarriage. The embryo and placental tissue pass through the natural vaginal route in the form of bleeding. During the early stage, the bleeding may range from moderate to heavy. It may last for up to 4-6 hours. One can expect it to slow down after that and stop altogether after a few days.

However, some patients may experience very heavy bleeding and it may last for days and weeks. In most cases of prolonged bleeding, it is due to the pregnancy remnants in the womb. It means it’s a case of incomplete abortion.

Anemic patients mostly receive advise to undergo vacuum aspiration abortion instead of medical abortion. Heavy bleeding may lead to further blood loss and the patient may even need a blood transfusion.

Moderate to severe pain:

Do you experience pain during your menstrual period? A medical abortion pain is quite similar but more in intensity. However, many women complain of very severe pain needing pain management. It is yet another reason why women prefer an in-clinic painless abortion rather than abortion pills.


Heavy bleeding may lead to infections of the reproductive and urogenital tract. Severe infection may even lead to sepsis. In a case, the fever persists beyond 24 hours after a medical abortion, the patient must consult the gynecologist immediately.

Digestive system discomfort:

Due to uterine contractions and the effects of abortion pills, some patients claim to suffer from abdominal discomfort after the abortion.


Due to heavy blood loss, patients complain of tiredness for days and sometimes even weeks. They fail to resume their routine activities due to the same.

Who is not eligible for a medical abortion?

We understand how early you may be wanting to terminate an unwanted pregnancy. However, you should never act in a hurry or panic. You should not randomly buy abortion pills or Unwanted kits without a doctor’s consultation.

The abortion pills method may not be the option for terminating your early pregnancy at 6 weeks if:

  • You are anemic.
  • In a case, you are taking medicines such as blood thinners. Or even some other medicines that may either interact with the abortion pills or are contraindicated with them.
  • You want a painless abortion.
  • You cannot wait for up to a week for the abortion to get completed.
  • In case you are suffering from any blood clotting disorder like SLE, DVT or any other.
  • In case you are suffering from adrenal insufficiency disorder.
  • You are having an IUCD in place.
  • Your pregnancy is ectopic.
  • You have allergies to any of the medicines.

Vacuum aspiration abortion at 6-weeks pregnancy:

Women who are either not eligible for a medical abortion or do not want to undergo its complications often prefer another abortion method. And it is vacuum aspiration abortion. It is also a non-invasive in-clinic abortion method available at Bangalore Genesis Hospital (BGH) as a Gentle Care suction abortion. Here is a detailed insight into the same.

Gentle Care suction abortion: What to expect?

Pre-abortion consultation:

When you first arrive at the hospital for an abortion, the doctor will provide you with a pre-abortion consultation. She shall check your vitals and also do a physical exam. She may ask you about your medical history, and any medicines you are allergic to or taking currently. Next, she shall ask you to undergo a small ultrasound and a few routine blood and urine examinations. Never attempt to cut the cost of an abortion by skipping any of these tests. They are highly essential for your safety.

The abortion procedure:

Once the doctor knows that your pregnancy is intrauterine and 6 weeks, she shall describe the abortion procedure. The nurse shall take you to the private examination room. She will help you relax and lie comfortably. Don’t worry, the procedure is painless. Moreover, you can openly discuss your concerns with the doctor.

Next, the nurse shall clean and disinfect your cervix region so that infections cannot set in. This will also numb the area making the procedure a painless experience for you. If you are an anxious and nervous patient, you can tell the doctor. She can advise you to undergo the procedure under short anesthesia.

The doctor uses a small hand-help aspirator which is connected to a thin, flexible and disposable tube. This tube is gently made to enter through the patient’s cervix into her womb. Turning on the aspirator creates suction pressure. This suction causes the embryo and pregnancy tissue to detach from the uterine lining. These are then sucked up by the tube. The collected tissue passes down the tube into a collection bottle.

Then, the doctor checks for any pregnancy remnants. Once she is sure of complete abortion, she turns off the aspirator.

The nurse will help you relax and lie in a comfortable position. You can rest in the private room, allotted to you. Your companion is welcome to stay by your side as you recover. In less than 15 minutes, you will feel normal and can take a discharge.

Before you take discharge, the doctor will advise you on your recovery tips and guidance. With a Gentle Care suction abortion, follow-up is usually not required. However, in case of any queries or concerns, you can always speak to the doctor over the BGH helpline number.

Advantages of Gentle Care suction abortion over abortion pills:

Considering a 6-week pregnancy, the two approved abortion methods have been discussed above in the post. 9 out of 10 women prefer a Gentle Care suction abortion over a medical method. Their choice is based on several advantages of this method. Some of them have been briefed here:

Getting IUCD implantation:

An unwanted pregnancy often triggers various kinds of emotions in women. One of their concerns is a future unwanted pregnancy. Hence, most women choose to get an Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (IUCD). If you too are looking forward to having an IUCD as future contraception, it may be the best time to get it implanted just after the abortion. It can be done in the same appointment. Hence, no added appointment or discomfort is usually required.

You cannot get IUCD implantation with a medical abortion on the same appointment until the abortion is complete. Whereas, with a Gentle Care suction abortion, it is possible to get IUCD implantation on the same appointment.

For detailed information on IUCD implantation on the same appointment with Gentle Care suction abortion, you can read the post on the following link: Should you get a copper-T insertion just after an abortion?

Getting a complete abortion:

As mentioned earlier, abortion pills are not 100% efficient. They can result in failed or incomplete abortions. Whereas, Gentle Care suction abortion is nearly 100% efficient. It gets completed within the clinic. Patients happily return home knowing that their abortion was complete.

With a medical abortion, the anxiety often keeps up the patients for days and nights in the fear of incomplete abortion. They have to wait for the bleeding to stop altogether before they are sure that the abortion was complete.

Getting a painless abortion:

Fears about abortion are many. One of them is the associated pain. And you cannot ignore the pain following abdominal cramps in medical abortion. Whereas, a Gentle Care suction abortion is a painless procedure. And there is another option to get it done under anesthesia that can make it a comfortable experience for the patient.

Gentle Care abortions are available only to a limited number of patients each day. You too may not want to miss an opportunity since most of the slots are pre-booked. You can call the BGH helpline number to inquire about the earliest available abortion seat. Save your abortion seat today.

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