No..but if there is anything wrong during abortion then it could be possible but don't worry..if u wanna preg. check with doctors before having a baby


In rare cases, if the procedure was done wrong. Otherwise, highly unlikely.


Only if it was horribly botched. The risk is minimal but it is possible.



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