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Mur Due March 5; Kansas 1390 posts
4th Apr '12
Quoting The Doctor:" It can. In high doses, it can cause a lot of complications for you. Or birth defects. Go to a clinic. ... [snip!] ... much safer for YOU. And natural remedies have a high chance of NOT working to induce miscarriage, just causing birth defects."


The issue is a lack of funding.

Char Lotte. Due December 1; Carson City, Nevada 12 posts
4th Apr '12

There are lots of natural ways to induce a miscarriage, why would I pay to have it done when I can just do it myself at home. I don't have any of the health problems they are listing that say not to do it if you have them.

user banned TTC since Jan 2001; Japan 107255 posts
4th Apr '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Cigars In The Summertime:</b>" YES! This is what I was looking for for her! "</blockquote>




I have it saved to my phone. Some people are just not educated on natural remedies. We shouldn't insult their ignorance like they insult those of us who are educated on it. :p

user banned TTC since Jan 2001; Japan 107255 posts
4th Apr '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting L☣J:</b>" I meant more along the lines of if the Vitamin C, didn't work. And she got desperate and did something irrational instead of going to a clinic."</blockquote>




Well she should still inform her Dr but it won't hurt her

The Doctor 2 kids; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 59728 posts
4th Apr '12
Quoting Mur:" The issue is a lack of funding."


Has she tried contacting Planned Parenthood? They offer payment programs. They have ways of helping, or pointing you to help.



An abortion is much cheaper than paying up the wazoo for medical assistance should she become sick from any home method, or a full pregnancy.



Hell. I wish I could damn pay for the abortion so she does it safely and under the care of a doctor.

Jessica Moton Due September 7; Japan 2 posts
4th Apr '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥ Bea ♥:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting L☣J:</b>" Except that she could hurt herself."</blockquote> Only if she has kidney issues"</blockquote>



What if she doesn't know about her kidney issues?

.free. 2 kids; Arkansas 36040 posts
4th Apr '12
Quoting ♥ Bea ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting L☣J:</b>" I meant more along the lines of if the Vitamin ... [snip!] ... irrational instead of going to a clinic."</blockquote> Well she should still inform her Dr but it won't hurt her"

Yeah, I agree. I'm just judging from her other topic, she seems really distraught, so there's no telling what she COULD do, kwim?

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 17288 posts
4th Apr '12

If it doesnt work, could it possibly give the fetus mental retardation of any sorts? It will be a lot harder to adopted a disabled child.

James Mama 3 kids; Arizona 2845 posts
4th Apr '12
Quoting Jessica Moton:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♥ Bea ♥:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... Only if she has kidney issues"</blockquote> What if she doesn't know about her kidney issues?"


Trust me, she would know if she had kidney stones.

Char Lotte. Due December 1; Carson City, Nevada 12 posts
4th Apr '12
Quoting BoogerBear's Momma:" If it doesnt work, could it possibly give the fetus mental retardation of any sorts? It will be a lot harder to adopted a disabled child."


I'm going to try all the methods so I doubt that will happen.

The Doctor 2 kids; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 59728 posts
4th Apr '12
Quoting Char Lotte.:" There are lots of natural ways to induce a miscarriage, why would I pay to have it done when I can just ... [snip!] ... can just do it myself at home. I don't have any of the health problems they are listing that say not to do it if you have them."


Because they are not 100% effective, and even a partially effective treatment can cause major complications and infections.



No one can stop you from trying home methods. But please go to a doctor as soon as possible, you need to follow up and make sure you're healthy and safe.

regina_margot 2 kids; New York, New York 1543 posts
4th Apr '12

i doubt vitamin c method is all that dangerous, but I also doubt that it's all that effective.
it's like this, girls: over the centuries, humanity has tried an enormous variety of natural remedies, for all sorts of conditions. and a huge portion of them specifically to terminate unwanted pregnancies.
the methods that worked, have become known as medical science. those that don't, are still known as "natural remedies" and shamans all over the internet sell them for only $9.99



i doubt you're looking at an effective method of abortion with vitamin c. and, while you waste time on it, your medical options may be dissappearing. for example, the abortion pill is an option only up until 7 or 8 weeks, i believe. after that, you won't have a choice but use surgical.

user banned TTC since Jan 2001; Japan 107255 posts
4th Apr '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Jessica Moton:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♥ Bea ♥:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... Only if she has kidney issues"</blockquote> What if she doesn't know about her kidney issues?"</blockquote>




Pretty sure ahead would know something like that. Seriously now

yo gabby gabby 4 kids; Arizona 42570 posts
4th Apr '12

yes vit C in high amounts will induce. if you can't do it naturally then a doc
I personally recommend a doc knowing anyways so they can monitor.
either way good luck and be safe.

~RJ~DG~AS~ 4 kids; Conroe, Texas 16669 posts
4th Apr '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting James Mama:</b>" Trust me, she would know if she had kidney stones."</blockquote>




Kidney stones are not the only thing that affects your kidneys