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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

How to Have An Abortion?

How to perform an abortion, procedure details?

Abortion is a pregnancy evacuation operation performed with the patient's consent. In cases when the person is over 18 years old, abortion can be done by taking their own consent. However, in the case of marriage, consent is absolutely necessary. In cases younger than 18 years, permission from the necessary institutions or family is required. The abortion process is kept confidential. 3. Persons are not informed about this issue.
Abortion can only be performed until the 10th week of pregnancy. Large pregnancies from this week can not be released unless there is a medical justification by law.
In order for the abortion process to work, the blood group must first be known. If Rh is a negative blood group then the blood group of the partner should also be trained for blood incompatibility. In cases where blood disagreement is the case, an incompatibility anti-D medication should be made within 72 hours of the abortion.

Abortion stages:

The patient is taken to the gynecological examination table for abortion. Then, checks are made by ultrasonography. If the patient's urine bag is full, he is asked to evacuate. Then the clothes and clothes below the waist are removed to the patient's gynecological examination table. The most suitable position for this process is lithotomy. That is, the legs are placed in special parts as the patient will have a gynecological examination. Ultrasound is then used to determine the week and size of your pregnancy. Observation of pregnancy sac is important, otherwise ectopic pregnancy may be the issue. For this reason ultrasonic controls are very important.
Abortion can be performed with general or local anesthesia. If local anesthesia is to be administered, medication is given on both sides of the cervix. Thanks to this anesthesia; the mouth of the cervix is ​​diluted with special buckets. At this point the patient feels less pain. In the general anesthesia method, a vein is opened with a thin catheter and the medicine is given by an anesthesiologist.
The vaginal speculum is placed after the anesthetic procedure is completed. The cervix can be observed through speculum. The vagina and cervix are then cleansed with antiseptic solutions. Then the mouth of the cervix is held with the help of a tool .
On this count the uterus becomes flat and the abortion process becomes easier. After the uterus is flattened, the cervix is ​​expanded by means of a spark plug. After this procedure, a plastic injection cannula is injected into the cervix, which creates an injector that creates negative pressure called a syringe injector. The uterus is reached. Pressing the nozzle of the injector creates negative pressure and it is possible to move back and forth. The inside of the uterus is cleaned. The procedure continues until the uterus is completely cleaned.

What is the method of abortion?

Vacuum aspiration curettage:

Today, abortion is performed by vacuum method. Abortion procedure mentioned above is described as vacuum cleaning method. Pregnancy is evacuated from the uterus by vacuum system through plastic injector and cannula in the form of thin plastic tube. Today, the safest and least complicated risk is the method. Abortions done with this system are completed in approximately 10 minutes.
The curette instruments used in the past were sharp instruments. The risk of uterin perforation and other side effects was greater. The uterus was scraped and cleaned with the round tips of these vertebrae. For this reason, it is not widely used today. The most important point to be considered in the abortion process is; the process is carried out by a specialist in a reliable and hygienic environment. Otherwise, the side effects and the risks of complications that may be seen will increase.

Drug use and controls after an abortion

After an abortion, the patient needs to use certain medications to reduce the risk of infection. After a week, the patient is expected to come to check on the healing process. However, in case of excessive pain or excessive bleeding, a doctor should be consulted unexpectedly for a week. After an abortion shower can be taken. However, it is advisable to take the stand out. After an abortion, bleeding may occur less than menstruation. No pad should be used for this, pads should be preferred.
After an abortion, the following conditions are considered urgent and should be referred to a specialist immediately:
  •         If the fire has risen above 38 degrees,
  •         If an abortion does not stop and an increased bleeding event occurs,
  •      If the bad smelling flow comes after the abortion,
  •      If the bleeding does not decrease for 5 days and more than menstruation after the abortion, consult a doctor.

For more detailed information you can call Bakırköy Abortion Center

Dr.Ismet YILDIRIM MD. Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Infertility
Private Office:
İncirli Cad. No:41, Kat:4 Bakırköy - ISTANBUL (Dilek Pastanesi Üstü)
Phone: (0212) 542 87 85
Mobile: (0532) 325 30 08
Fax: (0212) 542 74 47

Monday, December 4, 2017

Abortifacient - Common Gynecological Problems


There is a misbelief amongst people that there are some medicals in use to make abortion. There is absolutely no medicine use for abortion. There is only one way to perform abortion is after diagnose the certainity of pregnancy and gestational sac verified in ultrasonography, termination of pregnancy in surgically under anesthesia.

In the past, with the purpose of terminating pregnancy, experimental medicine have been used, but since remainings being left and bleeding problems observed yield by this medicine. Therefore usage of medicine is not appropriated. We have some medicals to ease the practise.
For more information, you may contact Bakırköy Abortion Center.

Common Gynecological Problems

1-) Menstrual irregularities:
Menstrual irregularities can be seen in women every period of time from puberty to menopause. Stiffness, stress, weight loss, physical fatigue, air exchange, microbial diseases of the uterus and ovaries, egg cysts and fibroids in the uterus can cause irregularities. Menstrual periods can be delayed, it is important to see early menstruation. Diagnosis and treatment are performed by gynecological examination and ultrasonographic examination.

2-) Ovarian Cyst:
From puberty to menopause, eggs may come into the cysts filled with fluid or blood. As age progresses, the risk of cysts becoming malignant increases. Cysts, especially 5 cm in diameter, may be an appropriate option because of the high probability of an explosion. There are also some blood tests that are applied to understand the cause of the cysts.

3-) Myom in the Uterus:
It is a benign tumor, especially after 35 years of age. It is 3-4 in every 10. Excessive bleeding, pain, abortion, premature labor, can also compress the organs around. Myom surgery is an appropriate treatment method in cases of excessive bleeding. After 40 years of age, women with myomas usually have a uterine complex.

4-) Vagina and Uterine Microbial Diseases:
Vagina, the uterus and ovaries due to different microbes, inflammation is to come to the scene. Currents, bleeding, pain, smell, high fever may occur. Some microbial conditions can also be transmitted by association, so treatment of the spouse is necessary. Appropriate antibiotic treatment is performed according to the type of infection.

5-) Menopause:
It is the period in which the estrogen hormone is not produced due to the end of fertile cells in the ovaries. Fever, insomnia, nervousness, night sweats, weakness of concentration, forgetfulness, and bone erosion (osteoporoz) in the coming period. It is estrogen hormone supplementation in women who are suitable for menopause treatment.

For more detailed information you can call Bakırköy Abortion Center

Dr.Ismet YILDIRIM MD. Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Infertility
Private Office:
İncirli Cad. No:41, Kat:4 Bakırköy - ISTANBUL (Dilek Pastanesi Üstü)
Phone: (0212) 542 87 85
Mobile: (0532) 325 30 08
Fax: (0212) 542 74 47